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Czech Republic
Current Residence: Earth
Favourite genre of music: good music
Operating System: Slow and annoying
MP3 player of choice: winamp
Shell of choice: LiteStep
Wallpaper of choice: Random from set of animal photos and drawings
Skin of choice: Furry skin ^^
Favourite cartoon character: Diego
Personal Quote: Every coin has two sides. Except of those that are round.
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  • Watching: monitor
  • Drinking: water

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rejlan Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2010
You got here some really lovely photos. :la:
bubak Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2010
Juliabohemian Featured By Owner May 16, 2010

(that user blocked me. So I'm responding here.)

My point was that rape is traumatic. I think someone in the thread (can't remember now) implied that it wasn't. If that wasn't you, then just disregard my comment. When I'm online at two in the morning, I tend to make such blatant mistakes.
bubak Featured By Owner May 17, 2010
I agree, rape is traumatic.

My point was, that not every sexual act between human and animal is rape.

And that there are too many cases of animals put down without any evaluation of real mental state. Animals are simply killed because they had sex (consensual or not) with human, not because of trauma.

Besides no one puts children down because of trauma... why animals?
Juliabohemian Featured By Owner May 17, 2010
There have been MANY points in history, during which human beings were arbitrarily put down, for reasons that are every bit as illogical as those you mentioned. And there are still MANY countries that practice such rituals. I'm not saying it's right. I'm just saying, it does happen and continues to happen.

Having sex with an animal does not automatically qualify as rape. But animals are not capable of giving consent. Period. That's not an opinion. It's a fact.

You could however make an argument that gorillas and perhaps some other primates who have been taught to communicate via sign language, are capable of expressing their wishes. But that would not hold up in any United States court of law.

And the majority of bestial relations do not take place between humans and primates. Generally people select more docile creatures, such as sheep or cow, that are less likely to be able to physically defend themselves.

That being said, I do NOT think that animals should be put down as a result of trauma, unless they've gone batshit crazy and are attacking and eating people. And really, how often does THAT happen?
bubak Featured By Owner May 18, 2010
I don't agree that animals can't give consent.

Consider this scenario:

Human drops pants and gets on all four. Male dog sniffs human, licks human, jumps on human, copulates with human. The dog can do whatever he wants. He can go away, go lick his balls, bite the human in face. But he decides to have sex. He acts on his own will.

I think it's pretty easy to conclude the dog consents to the act when he is actually the one who is executing it.

But I agree it's not always as easy to see if the animal is consenting or enjoying the act if the animal is in a passive role. In some videos I've seen, I couldn't really tell if the animal is consenting to it and willing to participate or just enduring the act.

To complete the enumeration, sadly I've also seen some where it's pretty obvious it is against the will of the animal. And be sure I would like to kick that humans ass.
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Equistar Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2008
Very nice gallery! You have some AMAZING photography in there! :)
RaikaDeLaNoche Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
thank you for browsing ;) *watches*
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