Rape and Paedophilia Culture in the 1st World "Cultured Countries"

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Where is that bitch Leslee Udwin now?
She must be busy looking other way :D

Latest picture of Lesslee Udwin
Not just that British WHORE Lassi Lund-win but MOST of British are in Ostritch mode.

She is not gonna make "Daughters of Britain" movie and seems like someone else has to do the honor.




Poor "Daughters of Britain" are getting raped by Paki Muslims but British are helpless and can't even call Pakis as Pakis rather they have rewarded Pakis by selecting a a Muslim Mayor having Paki roots. :rofl: :rofl:



 

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Oklahoma mom & daughter get married, now face up to 10yrs in jail

A twisted case of incestuous marriage between a mother and daughter, who tied the knot before unsuspecting Oklahoma officials, has landed the two behind bars after they were arrested for having lived as a couple for nearly half a year.
Patricia, 43, and Misty Spann, 25, got married on March 25 and received their certificate four days after that, officially approving their union in the city of Duncan.




This story could have been a random case for local authorities, except it was not between just the two women, but a mother and her biological daughter.

They managed to live as newlyweds until August, when the truth surface during a routine investigation by Department of Human Services to check on children dwelling in Spann’s house.

According to a DHS official, Misty and her two brothers were raised by their grandparents on their biological father’s side, after Patricia lost custody of them. The family – the mother and the three siblings - reunited only two years ago.

As Patricia reportedly told investigators, she immediately “hit it off”with her daughter.

Now, Patricia and Misty are also sharing a criminal case, but not the same bed in Stephens County Jail.

In their booking pictures, the mother-daughter pair sport matching Superman t-shirts, seemingly unfazed. Yet, the two are facing up to 10 years behind bars.

Patricia Spann told officials that she was not aware that by marrying her own daughter she violated the law, because at the time they did not share the last name, and Spann “was no longer listed on” Misty’s birth certificate.

However, officials have found out that Patricia was not new to incestuous marriages. She reportedly married one of her sons in 2008, but it was annulled in 2010.

It is not clear what motivated the two women to marry each other, despite knowing about their family link.

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https://www.rt.com/usa/358609-mother-daughter-married-oklahoma/
 

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1. Western society is sick, and is getting more sick by the day.

2. Frankly I have no sympathy for the Brits after what they did to S Asian peoples - particularly to Bengal. Natural justice I would say.
 

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I read from the start, someone pointed out india should learn from Nordic.
Here's what happened in a Nordic country. Seems like sex education is useless in front of Pathetic Swedish laws.
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/w...cause-she-looked-well-developed-10111432.html
He was charged with statutory rape but found innocent because judges at the Svea Court of Appeal ruled the teenage girl looked older than her real age

:facepalm:
The Judges should be booked for passing such comments on a 13-year-old girl.
Ridiculous..

Actually such these would feed the migrants!!
 

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He was charged with statutory rape but found innocent because judges at the Svea Court of Appeal ruled the teenage girl looked older than her real age

:facepalm:
The Judges should be booked for passing such comments on a 13-year-old girl.
Ridiculous..

Actually such these would feed the migrants!!
Europeans are in love with jihadis.

Just like our secularists.
 

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In one Nordic country animal sex was legal till last year. There was a twitter trend ( run by anonymous) last year showing the horror that animal face in that country.
4 European countries including 2 Nordic countries had banned it previously. Now this is the last country.

If you read news related it, 'Dimaag chakra jaayega'.
 

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Caught on Tape: Scandalous Video Shows Vice President Joe Biden's Sexual Proposition to a 13 Year Old Girl
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15 September 2016





On an scandalous video, Vice President Joe Biden makes a whispered sexual proposition to a 13 year old girl who is clearly scared.

Watch the video below:
The video is bit old, seems like now someone decoded what he said.
Read in youtube comment section, those are her parents. The guy openly says in front of camera and in presence of parents too ? They did nothing ??
 
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27% of Europeans say rape may be acceptable in some circumstances
Protesters in Berlin demonstrate against sexual violence on June 27. (Jorg Carstensen/AFP via Getty Images)
LONDON — A rape victim was drunk? He or she flirted beforehand or wore “revealing” clothing? In some European countries, up to 55 percent of the population says such circumstances would make sexual intercourse without consent justifiable or acceptable, according to a survey conducted on behalf of the European Commission. Overall, about one-fourth — 27 percent — of all Europeans held that opinion.
The number is much higher in Eastern and Central European nations such as Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. In Romania, more than 50 percent of all respondents said nonconsensual sexual intercourse was acceptable in some circumstances. Although there was a clear divide between Eastern and Western Europe, geography alone does not explain the striking differences.
In Belgium, for instance, 40 percent agreed that sexual intercourse without consent is justified in some circumstances, whereas only 15 percent said so in neighboring Netherlands.
Across Europe, 27 percent of young men said that some situations justified sexual intercourse without consent, compared with 20 percent of young women who were polled. Overall, nearly 30,000 Europeans responded to the survey.
The report's authors called for more attention on protecting women from becoming victims of sexual assault. “There are still Member States where there is considerable work to do in addressing perceptions about gender-based violence, particularly the idea that violence against women is often provoked by the victim or that women often make up or exaggerate claims of abuse or rape,” they wrote.
Malta, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia were noted as being particularly worrisome in that regard.
[New stricter sexual-assault laws in Germany are making refugee activists uneasy]
The E.U. report comes amid growing concern about recent sexual assaults in European countries by refugees or immigrants. In Germany, mass sexual assaults this past New Year's Eve led to a stricter sexual-assault law that also eased deportation rules for refugees convicted of sex-related offenses.
Germany approves new sexual assault law after mass New Year's Eve attacks
The survey released by the European Commission, the executive arm of the E.U., appears to show that Europe's sexual-assault-acceptance problem is not limited to immigrants, however. Twenty-seven percent of all native Germans said sexual intercourse without consent may be justified in some circumstances, a number that exactly matches the average across the E.U.
 

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India is times more safer for women than the West.
Their media don't aggresively report on their crimes like ours do smh.

Even if under-reported, India still has a lower per capita rate.
Actually, it is badly underreported in those countries.

You'd be surprised to think how many cases are washed under the carpet in developed countries like UK and Germany because they impact the left-liberal votebank politics. Where do you think that Congress learnt the art of vote bank from in India?

Remember the case where a gang of Pakistani paedophiles groomed underaged girls for sex trafficking? it was hidden by the entire machinery of London.

In India there are clear social red lines on what becomes out of hand unlike the west where only written laws are counted and moral ethics are not counted so much.

You think I am being jingoistic?

Remove the law in any US city for a day and see the anarchy it causes versus the fact that many many cities in India already know that police won't do anything and yet remain civil.
 

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In one Nordic country animal sex was legal till last year. There was a twitter trend ( run by anonymous) last year showing the horror that animal face in that country.
4 European countries including 2 Nordic countries had banned it previously. Now this is the last country.

If you read news related it, 'Dimaag chakra jaayega'.
Apparently Denmark is planning to make incest legal.

I was shocked to listen to this as it is perversion to the Nth level.
 

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Animal rape and animal brothel
two topics nobody wants to hear, read or even know about!
Peter Bowen-Walker - Sex between animals of different species is rare - but not undocumented in the zoological literature. This suggests that on the whole it is biologically non-normative for organisms to engage in inter-species sex.

Sex between humans and animals is therefore predictably also relatively rare, but it has been practiced by people for perhaps thousands of years. Notwithstanding, the International Classification of Diseases/10th edition (ICD-10) and the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders/5th edition (DSM-V) of The American Psychiatric Association classifies sex with animals (bestiality/zoophilia) as‘‘Other Disorders of Sexual Preference’’ and ‘‘Paraphilia Not Otherwise Specified’’ respectively.

Despite the general disgust and revulsion that most people express when the topic is broached, and despite bestiality being considered a psychological disorder - in many countries around the world - sex with animals is not illegal - and perhaps surprisingly some of those countries are in the EU. Even in some of the more highly developed EU countries, sex with animals has only very recently been made illegal (e.g. The German Animal Welfare Act 2013, s3(13)).

An article in the Digital Journal states that "sexual contact with animals has been legal in [Denmark] since 1933, and has apparently given birth to “barnyard brothels” in the country. Those establishments are reported to charge anywhere from $85 to $170 for an encounter with an animal! (A whole new meaning to a "petting" farm).

Laws in both Denmark and Norway are very permissive when it comes to a person’s legal right to engage in sexual activity with an animal. The only limitation is that the animal involved must not suffer!

Understandably - this whole issue catalyses strong emotions and raises complex moral and ethical questions as well as animal welfare and human health concerns.

For example, according to one study, men who had sex with animals were twice as likely to develop cancer of the penis as other men who did not. If this finding is corroborated, this may have serious implications for transferring animal viruses into the human population because people who have sex with animals do not restrict their sexual activity to animals and many will go on to have sex with human partners. Should this be the case, there is an argument that sex with animals should be made illegal in the wider public interest to protect the health of the population at large from contracting zoonotic diseases.

In a study of 300 children who sexually abused other children, 20% of them had a history of sexually abusing animals (Duffield et al., 1998). Whilst this research does not specifically suggest many or even any people who sexually abuse animals will go on to abuse children - the higher than average incidence of this correlation is a concern. Since sex with animals is a "sexual preference disorder" - this at least puts legislators on notice that there are troubling related issues.

Are there any other problems?

One piece of research reported "that professionals should be mindful of the potential level of dangerousness in individuals convicted of zoophilic offences" and that "individuals convicted of sexual offences involving animals were found to be the most deviant and indiscriminate of sex offenders." (Reported in Wilcox et al. 2005)

The real objection in our view however is that animals are incapable of consenting to sexual acts. In addition, they are sentient beings whose physical and mental integrity should be respected and afforded protection from sexual violation by humans.

Does the EU know about this issue?

A question was put to the Commission concerning this issue on 2/5/2012 by Tiziano Motti. Part of the question was as follows:

"It would appear, in light of activity on the Internet and of various reports, that in some EU Member States, such as Sweden, Spain, Denmark and lately even Germany, there is a gap in national provisions that allows certain pets and stray animals to be sexually exploited, in exchange for money, within dedicated venues. Apparently, some pet owners are offering their animals for this type of commercial use, and these are not isolated incidents but form part of an organised trade at European level that has already become a source of ‘sex tourism’."

What reply was given?

Mr Dalli replied on behalf of the Commission on 27/6/2012 stating:

"The Commission is not aware of the type of abuses mentioned by the Honourable Memberand has not receive any evidence of possible health problems related to such practice in the EU.

According to Article 13 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (1), animal welfare is to be taken into consideration only in areas where the treatment of animals may interfere with some EU policies, like agriculture or the internal market.

Therefore, this matter remains under the sole competence of the Member States."

A second question was placed by Kay Swinburne (ECR) on 29/5/2012 as follows:

"It has been brought to my attention that bestiality is still legal in a number of EU Member States. It has been reported that a number of ‘bestiality brothels’ exist in Germany (1), despite the distribution of animal pornography being punishable by law.

Given that the EU has been very vocal on animal welfare issues, it would seem appropriate for the EU to intervene and introduce some common EU‐wide rules to illegalise bestiality and animal pornography and ensure that animals are adequately protected, as they are in my own Member State."

Answer given by Mr Dalli on behalf of the Commission (27 July 2012)

"The Commission is not aware of the type of abuses mentioned by the Honourable Member of the European Parliament.

According to Article 13 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (2), animal welfare is taken into consideration only in areas where the treatment of animals may interfere with some EU policies (3), like agriculture or internal market.

Therefore, this matter remains under the sole competence of the Member States."

When the European Parliament was served with two petition on 27/3/13 - the EU changed tack by at least no longer denying the problem: In the Commission reply, on 27 March 2013 the EU simply washed its hands of the issue and stated:

"... certain topics of animal protection remain under the responsibility of the Member States (e.g... bestiality...)."

Given the distasteful nature of the topic - it is little wonder the issue is rarely debated publicly. In the absence of public scrutiny there are many examples of animals being severely injured (thus requiring veterinary attention), contracting sexually transmitted infectionsand even being killed during the course of the expression of this "sexual preference disorder".

On the basis of these facts, is it right that this deviant behaviour should go unchallenged within several member states within the EU?

Whilst the EU is not and should not be a "sexual/moral policeman" - there is enough evidence available to indicate animal welfare is seriously compromised by this sexually deviant behaviour happening within its borders. In addition, zoophilia represents a potential threat to human health.

Once again - it is clear the EU tolerates behaviour which directly harms sentient and defenceless animals but on this occasion it serves no legitimate aim or sensible purpose beyond indulging the sexual dysfunctions of a small number of individuals to the detriment of animals. Once again, we would argue the EU is exposed for displaying little or no moral leadership!

How can anyone argue that the welfare of animals is well served under the arrangements currently in place within the EU?



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DENMARK
Animal brothels are perfectly legal and
raping an animal carries no punishment

IceNews from 20 May, 2008

Laws in both Denmark and Norway are fairly open when it comes to a person’s legal right to engage in sexual activity with an animal. The law states that doing so is perfectly legal, so long as the animal involved does not suffer. According to the Danish newspaper 24timer, this interesting gap in the law has led to a flourishing business in which people pay in order to have sex with animals.

On the internet, several Danish animal owners openly advertise their services. The newspaper contacted several such individuals and was told that many of the animals have been engaged in this kind of activity for several years and that the animals crave the sexual stimulation. The newspaper found that the cost charged by the animal owners varied from DKK 500 to 1,000 (USD$85 to $170).

Since Danish laws are so similar to Norwegian laws, the animal bordello phenomenon has led many to question if such a practice could be legal in Norway as well.

Torunn Knaevelsrud is the section chief for animal welfare for the Norwegian Food Safety Authority. “It is difficult to say yes or no,” he replied to a question about the legality of animal bordellos in Norway.

“It could be that the animals don’t really care,” Knaevelsrud said. “But I think it is in the nature of the case that animals will often be victims of injury, stress or suffering in connection with sexual acts with humans. Either that they are held fast, or frightened, or suffer pain or physical injury,” Knaevelsrud said.

Norway is currently reviewing its Animal Protection Act and several groups, including the Norwegian Animal Welfare Alliance, have proposed making amendments which forbid sexual intercourse with animals.

“The acts provoke moral disgust. The question is whether immorality should be made illegal. The FSA group discussing the new animal protection act has been in disagreement about this,” Knaevelsrud said.

One of the owners of an animal bordello in Denmark said that many of his clients come from abroad and travel some distance for his services. “But the clients tell us that it is much simpler to buy animal sex in Denmark than in their own country,” the owner said, explaining that many of his clients come from Norway, Sweden, Holland and Germany.

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ON 1st of September, 2012, Danish activists demonstrated
against animal brothels in their country

Legal Actions for Animal Rights
VICTORY!
Denmark is planning to ban bestiality after long-running international pressure
over animal welfare!

VICTORY! Denmark is planning to ban bestiality after long-running international pressure over animal welfare!

Denmark is one of the few European countries which still allows bestiality. Norway, Sweden and Germany have all banned the practice, leading to a rise in the underground animal sex tourism in Denmark.

Minister of Food and Agriculture Dan Jørgensen, who is planning an amendment to the Animal Welfare Act for next year, said to Danish newspaper Ekstra Bladet: “I have decided that we should ban sex with animals.”

He indicated the damage done to Denmark’s reputation by allowing animal sex was a factor in his decision, but added: “The most important is that in the vast majority of cases it is an attack against the animals.

“And under all circumstances, any doubts about it should go to the animals’ benefit. They naturally cannot say no to going along with it,” the Danish minister said.

A recent Gallup poll revealed 76 per cent of Danes supported a ban on the legality of animal sex.

Although the amendment was already tabled by Denmark's government, Mr Jørgensen's comments are an explicit indication the change will specifically include the banning of bestiality.

However, the decision by Mr Jørgensen has been labelled unnecessary by animal ethics committee president Bengt Holst.

Mr Holst argues the law already protects animals, as existing legislation prohibits animal suffering, pain, distress or lasting harm.

Ethics committee president Holst claims that the Animal Welfare Act accounts for animals’ protection, adding it was not the position of the Animal Ethics Council to moralise.

Mr Holst heads the 12-strong committee, who are appointed by the Ministry of Food on the advice of animal welfare organisations, farmers’ groups and the Danish Consumer Council.

A recent VICE documentary followed zoophiles who argued they were not harming the animals, and animal rights campaigners who have been working towards ensuring the practice is made illegal.

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Turkey
The Rape of Sincan

March 2011 - This dog has been raped and killed behind the Mayor's Office
post by LET's ADOPT! GLOBAL

There is nothing strange about finding a raped dog in Turkey. It happens everywhere and you only have to spend some time on Facebook to discover many many cases, sometimes on a daily basis.

But this case is a little different. The end result is the same, a dog is raped by a human and is killed afterwards... what is different is the LOCATION of the crime.

The rape took place right behind the building of the Sincan Municipality in Ankara.

A few meters away from a building constantly surveiled by security, a dog is being raped, her screams are loud, can be heard from the distance... But nobody did anything...
post by LET's ADOPT! GLOBAL

We have named her Luna.

For the last few days this beautiful dog has become known all around the world as the Dog Raped in Sincan... She deserved better. She deserved a name.

Here is to you, beautiful Luna. No-one bothered giving you a home, a pervert took your life away in the most horrendous manner.

Giving you a name and showing the world how beautiful you were when you were alive was the least we could do.

The world cries for you... well... maybe not the whole world... certainly the Sincan Municipality has no tears for Luna. The discovery of her broken body didn't bring sadness but shame to the municipality and they did what each and every single Turkish municipality has ever done whenever we have uncovered one of such cases: Deny and Attack.
post by LET's ADOPT! GLOBAL - March 25, 2011
BRAZIL
Dog raped in the bathroom of a gas station

has started a petition that is addressed to the public prosectur Cruz Alta/RS, calling for severe punishment of the abuser who is still in liberty while awaiting his process.

BORNEO
Pony, the Orangutan prostitute

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Deutschland / Germany
Verschwiegenes TierLeid
Sexueller Missbrauch an Tieren


Um es zu begreifen, muss man es mindestens zweimal lesen: Sexuelle Handlungen von Menschen mit Tieren sind in Deutschland nicht verboten.

Seit 1969 kann jeder seine persönlichen sexuellen Neigungen und Bedürfnisse durch ein Tier befriedigen, ohne mit strafrechtlichen Konsequenzen rechnen zu müssen. Ob hinter der geschlossenen Stalltür oder in den eigenen vier Wänden, allein oder zusammen mit anderen Gleichgesinnten, das betroffene Tier ist rechtlich ungeschützt. Denn das Recht des Tieres beginnt heute erst dort, wo der Mensch durch seine Handlungen dem Tier erhebliche Schmerzen, Leiden oder Schäden zufügt. Sind bedeutsame körperliche Verletzungen weder feststellbar noch beweisbar, so liegt kein Verstoß gegen das Tierschutzgesetz vor. Die sexuelle Handlung selbst kann nach dem Grundsatz "Keine Strafe ohne Gesetz" nicht geahndet werden.

Entspricht dieses geltende Tierschutzgesetz, das sich allein auf die Beweisbarkeit negativer körperlicher Folgen stützt, tatsächlich einem verantwortungsbewussten Tierschutz?

Sind sexuelle Handlungen des Menschen wirklich kein sexueller Missbrauch des Tieres, vor dem jedes einzelne Tier rechtlich geschützt werden muss?

Das deutsche Sexualstrafrecht schützt die sexuelle Selbstbestimmung des Menschen als nicht entziehbares Menschenrecht. Doch bestimmte Tiere sind zu begehrten Sexual- und Lustobjekten geworden, ohne ihnen ebenfalls einen angemessenen tierrechtsorientierten Schutz gesetzlich zu garantieren.

Hinter den Begriffen "Zoophilie" und „Bestialität“ verbirgt sich das Ausleben sexueller Bedürfnisse am unzureichend geschützten und in Abhängigkeit lebenden Tier.

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GERMANY
Bestiality brothels spur call for animal sex ban

The Local
Germany to ban bestiality
under animal welfare law
Agriculture minister to outlaw 'inappropriate' sexual acts as zoophiles threaten legal action

November 27, 2012

Germany is to introduce a ban on bestiality with a revision of animal welfare law that will reverse a decision in 1969 to legalise zoophilia.

Animal rights groups have called for the practice to be recognised as animal defilement and rape, using dramatic photographs of animals being cruelly treated by humans for sexual purposes to put pressure on the German government.

Zoophiles, or those who practise bestiality, argue that they treat animals as equals and never force them to do anything against their will.

"We are going to take legal action to fight this," said Michael Kiok, chairman of the pressure group Zoophile Engagement for Tolerance and Information (Zeta), which has about 100 members. "Central to the beliefs of zoophiles is that we don't do anything that the animal doesn't want. We do not treat them cruelly. An animal is quite capable of showing precisely what it wants and does not want. When I look at my dog I know immediately what it wants. Animals are much easier to understand than women," he said.

The centre-right government of Angela Merkel, which has shaped the law change, said key to the new legislation was recognising that sex with humans was "inappropriate" for animals. According to Hans-Michael Goldmann, chairman of the parliamentary agricultural committee which will discuss the law on Wednesday before a final vote in the Bundestag on 14 December, animals should not be used "for personal sexual activities or made available to third parties for sexual activities … thereby forcing them to behave in ways that are inappropriate to their species".

Animal rights' campaigners welcomed the ban, but said it was being used to divert attention from more widespread and pressing animal rights issues. "We welcome the new amendment (to the law) to ban sodomy," said Thomas Schröder, president of the German Animal Welfare Association (DTSB). "But this achievement in the animal welfare struggle cannot be used as an excuse to conceal other urgent animal rights questions".

Agriculture minister Ilse Aigner was said to have introduced the amendment to appease animal rights campaigners angry that more is not being done to tackle perceived animal rights abuses in the agricultural industry. Campaigners wants bans on cutting off piglets' tails, and the castration of piglets and branding of horses without anaesthesia. In the end Aigner has affected a change only on the issue of castration, but not until 2018, when the practice will only be allowed to be carried out under local anaesthetic.

Kiok, 52, a university librarian from Münster, southern Germany, who lives with his 8½-year-old Alsatian called Cessie in what he calls a relationship, said zoophiles had been "put on the sacrificial altar of a lazy compromise". Estimating there are about 100,000 active zoophiles in Germany, he said the group remained deeply misunderstood. "We don't have anything to do with people who abuse animals," he said. "We only want what's best for the animal. "It cannot be that the mutually gratifying sexual contact between human and animal is forbidden because it's unfavourable to the species, but the abuse of animals in the agricultural industry continues."

He said he had received death threats from campaigners who were threatening to remove his dog. The protesters posted on Facebook that they had the addresses of 800 zoophiles and would campaign to have their pets taken from them.

Koik said he had been through years of therapy and despair due to his zoophilia, only discovering on the internet the "huge number of zoophiles, especially in the US," he said. "It was a relief to feel I wasn't a monster as I'd heard for much of my life," he said.

Source: The Guardian
‘Zoophiles‘ vow fight
after Germany re-bans bestiality

The Globe and Mail - December 14, 2012

Michael Kiok knows that people despise him.

He has got into trouble at work over his sexual views and a legal change in his native Germany is about to make him a criminal. His long-term partner could be removed from their home. But he won’t stop speaking up over what he sees as a civil-rights issue.

“The actions of society are nearly the same as they were against homosexuals 30 years ago,” he said earlier this week in a phone interview from his home in western Germany, near the Ruhr valley. “We are doing the same things homosexuals did – we go out in public, we show our faces. You have more fear and hatred of things you do not know.”

Mr. Kiok is a zoophile, the group’s preferred term for those whose love for animals extends to sexual relations, and the voice of a lobby effort struggling against the tide of public opinion.

In Germany they are failing. Late Thursday the Bundestag passed a tough new law against bestiality, which includes fines of up to 25,000 euros. The law, which is expected to be confirmed in February, is part of a trend that moves beyond Biblically rooted strictures against the “abomination” of the act to focus instead on the perceived damage to the animal.

“Sexual interaction is problematic because it can lead to harm and emotional disorder of animals,” Hans-Michael Goldmann, the head of the parliamentary committee pursuing the legal change, said in an email exchange before the vote. “It’s not proven that animals would enjoy sexual interaction with humans."

Mr. Kiok said Friday he was “disappointed and sad” but that they would fight on in court.

The 52-year-old could be open about his activities until now because his country dropped its prohibition on bestiality in the late 1960s, part of a shift away from morality-based law. Since then, the act could be prosecuted only under cruelty laws and only if it caused “significant” physical harm to the animal.

That allowed Mr. Kiok to become the rare public face of a community that in many countries -- including Canada, which specifies a sentence of up to 10 years for bestiality -- tends to be seen only when they land in the criminal justice system.

He tells of how he underwent years of therapy to try to quell urges that date to childhood and engages in philosophical discussion about consent. He freely describes his 8 1/2 year relationship with an Alsatian named Cessie but says they don’t have penetrative sex, because “she doesn’t like it.” He insists no harm is done by his actions and that laws shouldn’t be based on people’s squeamishness.

The number of people who have sexual relations with animals is difficult to quantify.

The famous Kinsey reports – whose methodology have been roundly criticized – found in the 1940s that 8 per cent of men and 5 per cent of women had some sort of sexual contact with animals, numbers which rose dramatically among rural residents. Research in the 1970s put the incidence at 5 per cent among men and 1.9 per cent among women, a drop the author ascribed to a reduction in the number of people living on farms. The numbers are generally thought to be artificially low because of society’s prohibition on admitting such an act.

“The taboo on sex with animals may … have originated as part of a broader rejection of non-reproductive sex,” wrote philosopher Peter Singer in a famous essay. “But the vehemence with which this prohibition continues to be held, its persistence while other non-reproductive sexual acts have become acceptable, suggests that there is another powerful force at work: our desire to differentiate ourselves, erotically and in every other way, from animals.”

Mr. Kiok’s group believes there are 100,000 people in the Germany community.

The anti-zoophile lobby in Germany agrees that bestiality is widespread and argues that the harm is vast. They insist that hundreds of thousands of animals are seriously injured every year through sex and that animals are pimped to paying customers.

These claims are scoffed at by Mr. Kiok. He says that consent is not legally relevant, because animals are deemed property, but that animals are quite capable of making clear if they are not interested . He stressed that coercion is at odds with zoophile principles and says he has seen no evidence of animal brothels.

Germany’s legal change follows a sustained pressure campaign from animal rights activists who say the act is inherently abusive and that it needs to be banned in the dwindling handful of European countries in which it is allowed.

“Sexual abuse of animals is one of the most trivial and obscene expressions of human behaviour, one of the sickest practices that can be thought of and we believe it is truly deplorable that there are no EU-laws in place that prohibit and severely punish such sadistic behavior in order to protect defenseless animals,” reads one petition.

This approach has been seen elsewhere. In a paper titled “The Unjustified Prohibition Against Bestiality,” U.S. lawyer Michael Roberts noted that the act was effectively decriminalized in the United States after the Second World War. In 2001, though, two dozen states made the act a felony, a move he says was driven in part by “a rise in animal rights activism.”

But critics of the new approach say that the act need not involve violence or injury.

“Non-zoophiles tend to regard zoophilia as a one-sided abusive activity engaged in by perverts strictly for their own benefit, which is to say, as a form of rape,” Brian Cutteridge, a British Columbia resident who received a suspended sentence after pleading guilty this year to bestiality, acknowledged in a message to The Globe. He insists, though, that that he didn’t hurt any animals and that his constitutional right to equality is being ignored.

“Laws prohibiting zoophilia are enforced even in the absence of any discernible harm to the animal,” he argues. “Animal sexual autonomy is regularly violated for human financial gain through procedures such as [artificial insemination]. Such procedures are probably more disturbing physically and psychologically than an act of zoophilia would be, yet the issue of consent on the part of the animal is never raised.”

Others make a blunter point.

“The accusation ‘that a dog who licks peanut butter off your hand is getting a treat, while the same dog licking peanut butter off [your genitals] is being sexually abused’ is absurd,” C. Queen argues in Talking with Animals, according to sex therapist Hani Miletski, who cites her in the book “Understanding Bestiality and Zoophilia.”

Mr. Kiok says they will take their fight to the European Court of Human Rights if they fail in the German courts. But he acknowledges that fundraising is an issue.

“It’s not like we can stand in the street asking for donations,” he said. “It’s not easy to get money from people who hate you.”

Source: The Globe and Mail
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The New York Times

BERLIN — Germany’s upper house of Parliament, the Bundesrat, voted Friday to criminalize for the first time “using an animal for personal sexual activities” and to punish offenders with fines of as much as $34,000 (€ 25,000). It was the final legislative hurdle for a bill the lower house passed in December.

The vote follows months of debate that pitted zoophiles against animal rights and protection advocates. Sexual mores seemed not to play a paramount role.

The ban, which carries only a misdemeanor charge, is an amendment to the country’s animal protection law, multifaceted legislation that, among other things, regulates animal testing and the sale of animals and prohibits animal abuse, including “using an animal for personal sexual activities or making them available to third parties for sexual activities and thereby forcing them to behave in ways that are inappropriate to their species.”

Zoophiles argue that their relationships with their pets, or “partners” as they prefer, are entirely mutual. Michael Kiok, a director of the advocacy group Zoophilic Engagement for Tolerance and Enlightenment, who now finds himself the de facto face of zoophilia in Germany, says animals are perfectly capable of expressing whether or not they desire sex.

Animal-rights groups have criticized men like Mr. Kiok, saying they put defenseless creatures in harm’s way.

But David Zimmermann, an animal caretaker who is also a director of the zoophilic group, said: “It’s a sexual aspect that is entirely foreign to most people. They just see a man and think, ‘What terrible things is he doing to that dog?’ ”

Mr. Zimmermann had a Great Dane with which he occasionally had sex, but it died four months ago, he said. Now he lives with his similarly zoophilic boyfriend and their Dalmatian.

“For me she’s just a good friend that I care about very, very much — there’s no sex,” Mr. Zimmermann said after a recent screening here of a documentary-style film on zoophilia that depicted fictitious characters like a pornography star with sexual feelings for cats and a butcher who fell in love with a pig.

The film was shown in a stuffy cinema in downtown Berlin that resembled a school classroom more than a movie theater, with rows of foldable chairs and a projector screen. It delved into a more philosophical side of the debate, with its view that it is hypocritical to denounce romantic relationships with animals while largely ignoring the existence of slaughterhouses or fur coats.

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Bestiality is a worldwide occurrence and Europe is not free from it.

In some countries members of the European Union raping an animal carries no punishment, and in Denmark it is even perfectly legal to run animal brothels. Although the legality of bestiality has been questioned on a number of occasions, a Danish parliament majority believes that it is not necessary to ban sex with animals. The fact that defenseless animals can be legally raped in Denmark in a thriving business where their owners profit from inflicting pain, stress, fear and even death on animals, is a disgrace to the entire country, to say the least.

In Germany the law making it a crime (§175b StGB) was removed in 1969. Bestiality is legal in Denmark, Finland, Germany, Hungary, and Sweden where it was formerly illegal, but made legal in 1994. In some countries, sex with animals is legal as long as long as no physical harm is made to the animal, but it is in the nature of the case that animals are often victims of injury, stress and suffering in connection with sexual acts with humans.

While the world looks upon Europe and especially upon the EU as a model in terms of civilization, a simple search on the internet about animal rape cases that had been reported in Europe - ranging from raped dogs to horses - brings many shocking search results. But the reported cases are just the tip of the iceberg - the number of animals that are regularly being raped by their owners, be it at home or in so called animal bordellos, being unknown. The suffering of these animals goes on behind closed doors, largely ignored because of its shameful nature and as it seems, even by our politicians who fail to address the problem and to create laws that protect animals from this kind of abuse. Because abuse it is. Photos of small animals killed miserably during rape are abundant on the internet.

Sexual abuse of animals is one of the most trivial and obscene expressions of human behavior, one of the sickest practices that can be thought of and we believe it is truly deplorable that there are no EU-laws in place that prohibit and severely punish such sadistic behavior in order to protect defenseless animals.

The undersigned of this petition are calling for an EU wide ban on bestiality, including a ban on zoophilia pornography, making both a punishable crime against animals under EU wide laws.
By signing this petition the above message will be sent instantly to the Chair of the Committee on Petitions at the European Parliament, Mrs Erminia Mazzoni.

The adage that there is strength in numbers holds especially true when it comes to petitions, be it to the EU or other relevant authority. Please add your voice to those of growing numbers of compassionate people from around the world, and let's make a difference!

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In one Nordic country animal sex was legal till last year. There was a twitter trend ( run by anonymous) last year showing the horror that animal face in that country.
4 European countries including 2 Nordic countries had banned it previously. Now this is the last country.

If you read news related it, 'Dimaag chakra jaayega'.
I agree something is really wrong with society here. People are afraid to implement strict punishment and set example for others.
 

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the western society always swings between extremes. esp in the case of europe, after the world wars, they so much neutered themselves against the traits of nationalism, patriotism, conservatism, etc. (because they thought these would lead to other wars again) that they went to other extreme altogether - ultra permissiveness. some decades or a century of that, and then they will again swing to the other extreme. ultra-permissiveness with islamic immigrants, then ultra-permissiveness to promiscuousness, all these will backfire eventually & they will be again back to the branch which they had abandoned some decades or centuries back.
 

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