Yes, it SHOULD be illegal

to RAPE sheep.  But what if you are in a committed long-term relationship with one?  Remember, it wasn’t long ago, that this was looked upon by society, with the same amount of favor, as things some people are telling us today are perfectly fine, in fact you are not even allowed to denounce them.

source: Watchdog.org

AL to outlaw bestiality, but it’s still legal to rape a sheep in 13 states

BESTIALITY: If bestiality is outlawed in Alabama, there will still be 13 states — plus the District of Columbia — that have no such laws on the books, representing a wide swath of the United States.
By Johnny Kampis | Watchdog.org
CULLMAN, Ala. — The Alabama Legislature is on track to pass a law this session outlawing bestiality in the state.
Your turn, Jersey.
The Alabama Senate quickly voted for Senate Bill 151, which would outlaw sexual contact with animals, when it came up for debate in January. The legislation is moving through the state House with few concerns it won’t pass and be signed into law by Gov. Robert Bentley.
There’s a regionally infused joke in there somewhere — and it’s not hard to find.
Photo by Stuart Heath
Photo by Stuart Heath
OFF LIMITS: Alabama will outlaw bestiality this legislative session, but the practice hasn’t been made illegal in a quarter of the United States.
What’s not so funny: If bestiality is outlawed in Alabama, there will still be 13 states — plus the District of Columbia — that have no such laws on the books, representing a wide swath of the United States. Those states include Hawaii, New Mexico, Texas, Wyoming, Montana, Nevada, Ohio, Kentucky, Virginia, West Virginia, New Jersey, Vermont and New Hampshire.
The Alabama bill, sponsored by Sen. Tom Whatley, R-Auburn, would make bestiality a misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in jail. It would exempt acceptable veterinarian and animal husbandry practices.
Whatley’s office didn’t return a call from Watchdog.org on Thursday seeking comment.
Bestiality — also known as zoophilia, for you keeping track at home — is a felony in 16 states, including Alabama’s neighbors Mississippi, Tennessee and Georgia.


Trust me, just because you cannot immediately, come up with a rational scientific or medical explanation why something is wrong, that doesn’t mean that it is a good idea for society to accept it.  We should have some amount of confidence that those who have gone before us, dealt with such issues, and came to the correct conclusions.

2 comments:

  1. It is sad that laws like this have to be on the books at all. What a sick depraved world.

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    1. What's sadder, is that we are passing laws that condone behaviors that just recently, were considered by society to be just as bad.

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