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a sexual attraction to animals

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Subsequent chapters are thematic: "Physical Puritanism and Medical Orthodoxy"; "Beasts and Saints: Zoophilia and Religion in the Movement" (though "zoophilia" in the Wikipedia sense of the word is absent); "Radicalism and Fadicalism"; "Feeding the Vegetarian Mind and Body"; "Class, Gender and the Vegetarians"; and "Representing the Vegetarian," which considers fictional portraits of the movement and its members.
37) The riddle seems representative of subtype 2, since the clues allude to adultery, fornication (note the explicitness of the term moechus) and, like the riddle of Lot, to an anomalous sexual practice, zoophilia.
Gay rights activists appealed the ordinance to the local Prosecutor's Office; this resulted in Yanev issuing a position in which he upheld the notorious regulation, and even went as far as publishing his own musings on human sexuality a ridiculed by the media as a "treatise" - in which he compared homosexuality, bisexuality, and heterosexuality with pedophilia, zoophilia, gerontophilia, necrophilia, and fetishism, as he considers all of those forms of sexual orientation.
Yet, as this hydra is the condition of our contemporary reality it means that outpourings of zoophilia today are always limited and contradictory.
If the amendments are adopted by the Parliament, the promotion of zoophilia, necrophilia, and homosexuality will be punishable by a fine of between 1-5 thousand litas (289-1448 euros) and up to one year imprisonment.
If the state can be said to have an interest in domestic violence even in the absence of a desire for protection by the victim of that violence--so as to make such violence a public wrong even though it goes on in a private place, why does the state not have an interest in sadomasochism or zoophilia or, for that matter, adventure sports that threaten the same kinds of bodily injuries as do domestic brawls?
A peculiarity of the book is Gregory's use of 'zoophilia' as an academic synonym for the expression of principled concern about animal welfare, with a chapter heading 'Beasts and Saints: Zoophilia and Religion in the Movement', and sub-sections headed 'Vegetarian Zoophilia' and 'The Relationship with Mainstream Zoophile Organizations'.
A zoophilia was quite rare and definitely not generally an accepted part of Greek daily life, and it seems to be hardly imaginable that zoophilia should be practiced with 'all animals'.
Oddly, Rabino Chico's misanthropic zoophilia is the one happy consequence of a story which began when a pedlar of bogus Darwinism convinced his father that he was the so-called missing link (on account of his protruding coccyx), a revelation which made him an atheist and led to his execution during the Civil War.
Zoophilia has been defined as an exclusive or predominant desire for sexual contact with animals, including an emotional involvement (American Psychiatric Association, 1994).
As for sexual orientation, which the Supreme Court of Canada read into the Charter of Rights in 1995, it is described by the American Psychiatric Association as including the following: homosexuality, bisexuality, pedophilia, transgenderism, transexuality, transvestitism, transvestic fetishism, autogynephilia, voyeurism, exhibitionism, fetishism or sexual fetishism, zoophilia, sexual sadism, sexual masochism, necrophilia, klismaphilia, telephone scatalogia, urophilia, apotemnophilia, coprophilia, copraphagia, toucherism, partialism, gender identity disorder, frotteurism, and frattemism (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition).
280-81); A Midsummer Night's Dream entertains persistent intimations of zoophilia.