by Robert Emmett Murphy, Jr.

The subject of this post is the entrenchment of sexual perversion in American law and how that is reflected in the ideological make-up of the various regions of this great but threatened nation. I am talking specifically about Bestiality, which is legal in 36% of American states.

best4Bestiality is a misdemeanor in the following 19 states (or territories):

Alaska; California; Colorado; Connecticut; Florida; Iowa; Kansas; Louisiana; Maine; Maryland; Minnesota; Nebraska; New York; North Dakota; Oregon; Pennsylvania; Utah; Virgin Islands; and Wisconsin

 

Bestiality is charged as a felony in these 16 states (or territories) :

Arizona; Deleware; Georgia; Illinois; Indiana; Massachusetts; Michigan; Mississippi; North Carolina; Oklahoma; Puerto Rico; Rhode Island; South Carolina; South Dakota; Tennessee; and Washington

 

Bestiality is completely legal in the following 18 states, districts, and territories:

Alabama; Arkansas; Washington, D.C.; Guam; Hawaii; Kentucky; Montana; Nevada; New Hampshire; New Jersey; New Mexico; Ohio; Texas; Vermont; Virginia; West Virginia; and Wyoming

 

homeThe ideological thrust of these Bestiality Fifth Columnists is obvious when one compares where this perversion is accepted to those places where Same-Sex Marriages are banned. In 55% of the states wherein Bestiality is legal, Same Sex Marriage is not. The states which do not criminalize Bestiality, yet ban Same Sex Marriage are as follows:

Kentucky; Montana; New Jersey; Nevada; Ohio; Texas; Virginia; West Virginia; and Wyoming (Note: New Jersey does permit Civil Unions.)

 

In clear contrast, Bestiality is illegal in the 12 states where Same Sex Marriage is accepted. These states are as follows:

California; Connecticut; Delaware; Iowa; Maine; Maryland; Massachusetts; Minnesota; New York; Rhode Island; Vermont; and Washington

Only 3 states do not ban Bestiality but do endorse Same Sex Marriage, thus straying from the above pattern. These states are:

New Hampshire; New Mexico; and Vermont (in the case of New Mexico, there are no laws on the books either endorsing or banning Same Sex Marriage so it’s actual sexual/ideological orientation is currently ambiguous).

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So we are left with a burning question. Is there a correlation between being pro-Bestiality and rabidly Homophobic? Is it possible that approving of or actively practicing Bestiality turns one into a Homophobe?  The statistics suggest one, or the other, or both. :-)

 

3 Responses to Bestiality Is Legal in the Same States That Ban Same-Sex Marriage!

  1. Max Myers says:

    Yssireebob, I’d always knowed it was them Repubulants that took a fancy to my Bertha. She was my purdiest sheep and I miss her so. Damn.

  2. lissaredshoes says:

    Grrrroooooowl. This is kind of crazy but kind of not. I wonder if the acceptance of bestiality goes back to paganism where there were infrequent depictions of humans and animals in a sexual context? It would seem that bestiality was a theme in mythology and folklore although that certainly doesn’t mean it should be an accepted practice in literal terms. Interesting to ponder … also very fascinated that bestiality laws can be measured so precisely against same-sex marriage laws. Glad this was reposted!

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