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On this site you will find a comprehensive collection of information and statistics. Zoophilia is often called Beastiality, Bestiality and Animal Sex and here you will get a good explanation on the difference between these words.

The sole purpose of this website is to provide the world with an objective website, both for opponents, zoophiles and neutral curious people.

We recommend that you read the articles from the top and down, starting with the two surveys Causes of zoophilia and Zoophilia in society. They are the most detailed surveys conducted to date on the zoophilia subject. The rest of the website is articles collected to give a wide perspective.

Many of the pages on the website are big, but we strongly recommend that you read the entire content before you make up your opinion on the subject. Or purpose is in no way to judge or promote the zoophile community.

Bestiality in pornography
Pornography involving zoosexuality is widely illegal, even in most countries where the act itself is not explicitly outlawed. In the United States, this pornography may not be sold, mailed or imported (production and mere possession appear to be legal however).

Materials featuring animal sex are widely available on the internet however, mainly because their production and sale is legal in countries like the Netherlands and Denmark. An example of sex between humans and animal is bestiality and dog sex.

Zoophilia is a paraphilia

Zoophilia is a paraphilia defined as sexual attraction by a human to an animal. Human - animal sexual interaction is referred to as zoosexuality, animal sex or bestiality.
The ambiguous term sodomy has sometimes been used for bestiality. In pornography, zoosexuality is occasionally referred to as "farmsex".

Zoophilia is often considered to be unnatural, and zoosexuality has been condemned as animal abuse; however, some argues that this is not the case. Both of these sides is represented on the websites.

Bestiality is illegal in many jurisdictions, while others generally outlaw the mistreatment of animals without specifically mentioning zoosexuality. About half of the states in the United States explicitly outlaw bestiality (sometimes under the name sodomy). In Germany, sex with animals is not specifically outlawed and this is generaly the case in Europe, exclusive England. Denmark and The Netherlands is two of the few countries where bestiality is legal.

The extent to which zoosexuality occurs is controversial. Some claims that the human/animal relationship goes far beyond sexuality, and that they are capable of forming a loving relationship with an animal that can frequently last several years and that they do not consider functionally different from any other love/sex relationship. On this website you can find surveys on the extent of zoophilia in the society.

Parts of this document is inspired by Wikipedia on Zoophilia.

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