Bestiality: the Next Abomination to be Declared Normal?

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“Neither shalt thou lie with any beast to defile thyself therewith: neither shall any woman stand before a beast to lie down thereto: it is confusion.”  Leviticus 18:23

“And if a man lie with a beast, he shall surely be put to death: and ye shall slay the beast.  And if a woman approach unto any beast, and lie down thereto, thou shalt kill the woman, and the beast: they shall surely be put to death; their blood shall be upon them.”  Leviticus 20:15,16

“Cursed be he that lieth with any manner of beast.  And all the people shall say, Amen.”  Deuteronomy 27:21


  First, there was the push to get sodomy declared normal throughout the western world.  It took decades, but in the end… they succeeded.

Now there is the push to get “transgenderism” declared normal.  This is ongoing, but it is certainly succeeding, all over the western world.

What will be next?  Right now there are two abominations running almost neck-and-neck in this race to become the next protected, then celebrated “poor marginalised minority”, and time will tell which one will win.  It doesn’t really matter, because whichever one it is, the other won’t be very far behind.  The two I am referring to are bestiality, and child sexual molestation (given the “nicer-sounding” name of paedophilia).

And thanks to Canada’s almost unbelievable supreme court decision in June 2016, bestiality is inching ahead in the race.

The supreme court of Canada declared that most sex acts between people and animals are now legal.  Yes, Canada’s supreme court.  Let that sink in.  Not some barbarous, savage society somewhere which also practices other unspeakable deeds?  Nope.  Canada.

The case involved a man from British Columbia, who was convicted of 13 counts of sexually assaulting his stepdaughters, but was acquitted of bestiality because what he forced dogs to do did not involve penetration.  What it did involve was so vile that we will not repeat it here.

To her everlasting credit, the only dissenting voice in the 7 – 1 ruling, Judge Rosalie Abella, said that penetration should not be considered essential when defining bestiality.  “Acts with animals that have a sexual purpose are inherently exploitative whether or not penetration occurs,” she said.[1]

Western society has fallen so far, morally, that not only did a majority of the supreme court judges of Canada legalise most forms of bestiality, but there was a hue and cry from various animal rights organisations, who bemoaned the fact that animals are not being protected from such acts.  True enough, and disgusting enough, certainly – but one would think that protecting humans would raise far more of a hue and cry.  Alas, no.  Not in today’s western society, where “animal rights” trump any supposed rights of humans in the minds of millions.  To give credit where credit is due, Camille Labchuk, executive director of the animal rights organisation, Animal Justice, did make the following comment: “People who sexually abuse animals are sometimes linked to sexually abusing children as well, as the accused did in this case.  That’s a really good reason parliament needs to act.”[2]  But this was just one organisation.  What about all the others?  Their anger and shock was reserved for the animals, not the humans.

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