Zoophilia

 

Zoophilia


Zoophilia

Zoophilia consists of two Greek words – zoo – animal, and philia – love. It can be defined as an affection towards animals, or finding animals sexually attractive. Term was introduced by Richard Krafft-Ebing in 1894.

Research on the popularity of zoophilia proved itself incredibly difficult. Most people were ready to confess anything except sexual encounters with animals. In 50-ties, Kinsey was conducting a research of the subject, quizzing 6000 women, and received a positive answer only in 3 cases. These quizzes, however, do not represent the real picture of popularity of zoophilia in society, because a lot of women are simply shy to admit that they are practicing zoophilia to an unknown person.

In our case, we decided to resort to absolutely anonymous quiz over the Internet, by putting a simple poll on our site.

We found out, that zoophilia is a lot more widespread than it was believed. Out of a hundred prospective zoophiles (people, who own pets) at least 56% admitted their zoophilia. Predominantly, these were women. Tracking of the male zoophilia turned out to be virtually impossible. In opinion of the researchers, zoophilia is as much widespread as gay and lesbian relationships.

Both men and women equally are drawn to sexual encounters with animals – zoophilia. The only difference between the genders is that a man can have a lot of single encounters with various sex objects, but a woman, as a rule, has a longer relationship with one “lover”. This can also be explained by the fact that a sexual contact between a woman and an animal is impossible without a desire from the animal. In various age groups of zoophilia lovers male teenagers (18-21 y.o.) are ready to have sex with an animal. Girls, on the other hand, are much more hesitant about such contacts, however once the forbidden fruit is tasted, though, zoophilia is often repeated during the lifetime. Most women zoophiles are of age over 30 years. Older woman use smaller male dogs (around 10-12 pounds) for cunnilingus. The most frequently used animals for zoophilia today are dogs, and that can be explained by their availability, the relative compatibility of their genitals, and the emotional intimacy with a human.

Male zoophiles usually use larger bitches (at least 50 pounds). The reason for that is because even a medium sized penis is not adaptable to a vagina of a smaller bitch. Women use big male dogs exclusively for vaginal sex. In countryside, ponies, donkeys, cows, goats, sheep, sometimes chicken, turkeys and other animals are used. Most experienced female zoophiles claim, that the most pleasurable sex can be experienced with male dogs. They say, that male dog penis is able to give most pleasure due to its physiological build. A sexual contact with a stallion can be dangerous for a woman, because in the heat of the passion, it could mutilate the woman. However, rich women sometimes are having stables. They can get the orgasm from both fantasies and riding the horse with their legs spread, however, a contact like this can be barely labeled as zoophilia.

Why did the zoophilia became so popular during the second half of the last century? First, it was because of autonomization of the male and female relationships they could not fulfill their sexual desires. The process of establishing a sexual contact in modern American society is quite complex. Second, such sexual contacts are often dangerous, because of a possibility of HIV infection – which isn’t a concern when having sex with animals. And last, there’s no need to worry about pregnancy. It is safe to assume, that zoophilia, as a vicarious sexual activity isn’t dangerous for the moral of the society, if the animal isn’t subjected to abuse.

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