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New insights into bestiality and zoophilia

New insights into bestiality and zoophilia

Bestiality and zoophilia: sexual relations with animals: 98-119

Sexual contact with animals, usually referred to as bestiality, occurs in many different forms and is practiced with different underlying motives. In particular zoophilia, where an emotional bond to the animal plays a key role besides the sexual aspect, has received more attention during the past few years.

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