Thursday, November 29, 2012

Bestiality (Zoophilia) is on the Rise

by Steve Ray on November 29, 2012

Most decent folks are shocked at the thought of bestiality, humans having sex with animals. But the practice is on the rise. It is estimated there are 100,000 people practicing bestiality in Germany alone.

It is not a new problem. When the Israelites took over the land of Canaan the pagans living there practiced bestiality. God strictly forbid his people from practicing such abominations. He warned the Israelites not to practice what the pagans did or they would pay the penalty with their lives (Lev 18:23-24; Lev 20:15-16).

Unhappily, the Western World today is slipping back into paganism so why would it surprise us that perversions such as bestiality or zoophilia are again on the rise?

Interestingly, the complaints against sex with animals is not based on basic morality or the dignity of the human being, but on the rights of animals! The objection is not that it is immoral or a perversion to practice zoophilia but that it violates the right of animals. To force animals into sexual acts with humans is abusing the animal and the animals have a right not to be forced to have sex with humans.

And don’t be surprised that if we redefine the word marriage that soon marriage will include not only a man with a man and a woman with a woman but a man with his dog. In some quarters this is already under discussion.

The BBC report that brought the German situation to light, should open our eyes to the downward spiral we are experiencing in the “civilized” West. The BBC report is entitled Animal welfare: Germany moves to ban bestiality

Canon Lawyer Ed Peters, canon lawyer comments from a Catholic and Canon Law perspective.

Would you let this man walk your dog? Maybe not. He is Professor Peter Singer, an advocate of bestiality. Be careful who watches or babysits your pets. The world is becoming a dangerous place and only getting worse, thanks in part to goofy professors pontificating and proving their stupidity.


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