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Bestiality (Parental discretion advised)

Bestiality (Parental discretion advised)

About the show

How do you tackle something that nobody wants to know about? Wild Time spoke to Lana Kozarevic about "bestiality", which is still legal in some countries and what we can all do to make it stop.

http://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/profile.php?id=100001582498826&sk=wall (Lana on Facebook)

Comments

Bea V Elliott

Of course it is rape... But all the animal industries utilize the reproductive and sexual components of nonhumans. The whole premise of "husbandry" for "food" exploits and rapes as common practice. This fact about flesh production has to be addressed as the rape that it truly is - regardless of the justifications society may try to give. Our culture has to acknowledge that it rapes as a matter of constant habit. Calling some acts as sexual "deviance" makes it seem that it's "okay" to rape for utility - And that's certainly not right either.

On the other hand... There are those instances still as in Indonesia where a cow was drowned after she was raped and feared to have been impregnated by her assailant. Nothing like killing the victim to ease the guilt of the wrong doer:
http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2008/10/23/cow-drowned-sea-being-impregnated-human.html

It's all rape. And it's all terribly, terribly wrong.

Roger Yates

Criminologist Piers Beirne has written on this subject - http://www.verschwiegenes-tierleid-online.de/essay_beirne_rethinking.htm - Interspecies sexual assault is a difficult issue for non-vegan animal welfarists because, in terms of physically large animals, this form of other animal use does not kill them, whereas eating them, for example, does.