- Sexual acts with animals are now legal in Canada, as long as no penetration is involved.
- Canada isn’t the only one, there are eleven states in the U.S. that do not outlaw it.
- Germany is also jumping on the bestiality band-wagon, “animal brothels” are a new trend.
- People are stating that sex with animals is the new “lifestyle choice.”
For all of the fuzzy lovers out there, the highest courts in Canada have just ruled that some sexual acts between humans and their furry loved ones are legal.
The case was brought about when a man was tried for the rape and sexual exploitation of his own daughters. How did he do this you ask? He smeared peanut butter on their genitalia and while their dog licked it off, he videotaped. He took the case to the Supreme Court, wanting the bestiality charge to be removed from the case. Apparently, the court agreed with the man.
The court ruled that having sexual relations with animals is okay as long as no penetration is involved.
The lesson to be learned from this is when you are creating legislation for bestiality laws make sure they are clear and defined. That’s what Canadas Supreme Court thinks anyway. They claimed that the legislation had not been clearly defined and should only outlaw animal penetration.
“Although bestiality was often subsumed in terms such as sodomy or buggery, penetration was the essence — ‘the defining act’ — of the offense,” the court’s ruling states as reported by The Independent.
Of course, what happens when you pass a ruling like this? It becomes rabbit season, no duck season, no rabbit season, no duck season…. for all the people who are interested in the sexual exploitation of animals.
Camille Labchuk, an animal rights activist, said: “As of today, Canadian law gives animal abusers license to use animals for their own sexual gratification.”
The same topic has been brought up in the U.S. In Ohio a 61-year old man was arrested for committing sexual acts with dogs. Even though Ohio has no law outlawing the sexual exploitation of animals. Which caused an uproar of animal rights activists to protest during the case.
Surprisingly enough, Ohio is not the only state in America that doesn’t have any laws outlawing bestiality. There are in fact, eleven states that do not outlaw sexual acts with animals.
Yet the shocks continue, Canada and the United States are not the only places that are bringing up the topic of bestiality. In Germany, a new trend of “animal brothels” are springing up. Many citizens of Germany are stating that sex with animals is a lifestyle choice.
The question is where do you draw the line?