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Bestiality and Zoophilia

Both bestiality and zoophilia involve sexual activity between humans and animals, or a fixation on such sexual practices. The term zoophilia derives from the combination of two Greek words meaning 'animal' and meaning 'fraternal love'.  The -philia suffix indicates an abnormal liking for, or tendency towards, a given thing. Therefor, the term 'zoophilia' denotes an abnormal human sexual attraction to animals.

Many zoophiles and researchers will draw a distinction between "zoophilia" and "bestiality", using the term zoophilia to describe the desire to form sexual relationships with animals, and and the term bestiality to describe the sex acts alone.

Professor of psychiatry, Stephanie LaFarge, at the New Jersey Medical School who is also a Director of Counseling at the ASPCA, has written that two groups can be distinguished: 1) bestialists, who rape or abuse animals, and 2) zoophiles, who form an emotional and sexual attachment to animals. Martin Weinberg and Colin J. Williams studied self-defined zoophiles and reported them as understanding the term "zoophilia" to involve concern for the animal's consent, pleasure, and welfare, as distinct from the self-labeled zoophiles' concept of ‘bestialists', of whom the zoophiles in this study negatively defined the bestialists as focused on their own gratification.

Extent of Occurrence

The well-known Kinsey Reports calculated the percentage of people who at some point in their lives had sexual interaction with animals as 8% for men and 3.6% for women. Further, the Kinsey Reports showed it was 40–50% in people living near farms, and quite low for those living in cities. However, some later writers disagreed with the figures, arguing the study lacked a random sample because it included a disproportional amount of prisoners. They maintained that polling prisoners caused a sampling bias. But notice that when Paul Gebhard, Kinsey's research successor, removed all the prison samples from the calculations, he found the figures did not significantly change.

Kinsey's work was further bolstered when by 1974 the farm population in the USA had declined by 80 percent from the 1940 calculations. In 1974 few people had the opportunity to live with animals; these demographic changes predicted that a significant reduction in reported occurrences of bestiality would occur. Sure enough, the percentage of males who reported sexual interactions with animals in 1974 was 4.9% as compared to 1948's 8.3%; and with females in 1974 was 1.9% as compared to 1953's 3.6%. This comparison of the two studies shows this is not due to a reduction in interest, but rather to a reduction in opportunity.

Other anecdotal evidence also suggests that today's low figures or bestiality and zoophilia rates is based on lack of opportunity. For example, Nancy Friday's 1973 book on female sexuality, My Secret Garden, studied around 190 fantasies of various women; of these, 23 fantasies involved zoophilic activity. Sexual fantasies about zoophilic acts often occur in people who have no wish to experience them in real life. Nancy Friday records that zoophilia as a fantasy may well provide an escape from cultural restrictions, expectations, and judgments in regard to sexuality.

Frequent interest in, and sexual excitement at, watching animals mate is referred to as an indicator of latent zoophilia. Some brothel madams in previous years used to stage exhibitions of animals mating, as they found it aroused extra clientele for them. Could this in any way have encouraged the clients to engage in bestiality?

A number of scientific studies have found that women show stronger vaginal responses to films depicting bonobo copulation than to other non-sexual stimuli, proving that watching animals engage in sex is arousing to women.

Zoophiles have been described as coming from many different demographic and ethnic categories: white, black, Asian, Amish, Catholic, Mormon, atheist, pagan, Jewish, male and female.

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