With a growing “rental” industry for sex with animals, some are asking why, in Germany, bestiality is still legal. Others are defending it.
When I wrote about bestiality being outlawed in Denmark, I quoted my sources that indicated Germany had also outlawed the practice, though I knew it had been legal in 2012. But, from what I see at the Daily Mail, it seems that is a mistake.
German bestiality is still legal.
Bestiality brothels are spreading through Germany faster than ever thanks to a law that makes animal porn illegal but sex with animals legal, a livestock protection officer has warned.
Madeleine Martin told the Frankfurter Rundschau that current laws were not protecting animals from predatory zoophiles who are increasingly able to turn to bestiality as a ‘lifestyle choice’.
She highlighted one case where a farmer in the Gross-Gerau region of southwest Germany, noticed his once friendly flock of sheep were beginning to shy away from human contact.
So he rigged a CCTV camera in the rafters of his barn to discover multiple men sneaking in during the night to sexually abuse his beloved livestock.
In that case, I assume that the farmer could get anyone that could be identified prosecuted for trespass and related property violations. On the other hand, if he didn’t care about his animals, he could start making money by renting them out.
There are even ‘erotic zoos’ which people can visit to abuse animals ranging from llamas to goats.
This disgusting perversion isn’t just committed, but is shamelessly defended.
There are now animal brothels in Germany,’ Martin told the paper, adding that people were playing down the issue by describing it as a ‘lifestyle choice’.
German ‘zoophile’ group ZETA has announced it will mount a legal challenge should a ban on bestiality become law.
‘Mere concepts of morality have no business being law,’ said ZETA chairman Michael Kiok.
I agree with Kiok that not all immoral acts should count as crime. But some immoral acts should be crimes and Bestiality is one of them.
Even if it was not punished, it would need to be a crime to prevent propaganda from being circulated in the schools in the name of “diversity” education.
What is most interesting is a fact that is left out of the article:
Bestiality dropped off the statute books as a crime in 1969 but in recent years the number of people believed to be participating in such acts has increased significantly.
When the 1969 law banning sex with animals was banned the Animal Protection Law was introduced, but it failed to include a specific ban on zoophilia.
What happened in 1969 to ban the law against German bestiality? The answer is that they legalized a bunch of sexual perversions. As Tad Cronn wrote:
American gays go into histrionics when you compare homosexuality to bestiality, but apparently the German pervert community was OK with the connection and demanded the package deal.
Make of that what you will.