The Canadian high court ruled that “most sex acts between people and animals are legal, as long as no penetration is involved.” And this has angered a loud and well-respected segment north of the border.
I won’t get into the details of the particular case, because I’m sensitive to the fact that readers might be at the table or plan to eat something at some point in time. It will suffice to say you’ll lose your appetite.
While a Canadian law passed in 1955 sought to punish bestiality, the Supreme Court argued that the definition of the word does not cover every sex act with an animal.
“Although bestiality was often subsumed in terms such as sodomy or buggery, penetration was the essence — ‘the defining act’ — of the offence,” the court ruled.
“There is no hint in any of the parliamentary record that any substantive change to the elements of the offence of bestiality was intended,” it added.
Besides the fact that sex with animals is Biblically abhorrent and declared an abomination under Levitical law, there’s a long history in just about every civilized nation of banning those acts. People who do such things are considered to be outside the mainstream of “normal.” They are freaks who commit what is defined in common law as “a crime against nature.”
It is a crime against man and God. One of the most horrifying articles I have ever read was published in New York Magazine in November, 2014. It’s titled “What It’s Like to Date a Horse,” and it features a 42-year-old Canadian man describing his equine sex partner. (I discourage you from reading the entire piece, unless you have a cast-iron stomach and no long-term memory.)
This poor man grew up through puberty attaching his sexual preference to horses (and only horses). He called himself a “zoophile” in the way a heterosexual or homosexual would describe their orientation. He lamented his first experience with a horse, thusly:
Because I didn’t get to know her first, and I’ve since come to understand that enthusiastic participation makes the experience better. So I kind of wish it had been different. I think a lot of people build up that first experience and whether they are straight or a zoophile.
Now, short of the actual act, people like this mare rapist are free to legally pursue their mental illness and demonstrate their unfitness to live among decent human beings.
And Canadians are pissed that their own high court has made this possible.
“As of today, Canadian law gives animal abusers license to use animals for their own sexual gratification,” [Camille Labchuk] said. “This is completely unacceptable, contrary to societal expectations, and cannot be allowed to continue.”
“People who sexually abuse animals are sometimes linked to sexually abusing children as well, as the accused did in this case,” Labchuk added, according to Reuters. “That’s a really good reason parliament needs to act.”
Who is Camille Labchuk? A pastor, perhaps? A Christian leader? No.
Labchuk is executive director of the Animal Justice group, an animal rights group which was allowed to intervene in the case. The opinions of Biblically-minded organizations were not really considered. It doesn’t matter what God says on the matter–it’s the animals who deserve a fair hearing.
Organizations like NAMBLA (Google it, I won’t link them) who think pedophilia is just another sexual orientation, will point to this ruling. Because if animals, who can’t signal their consent with words, enjoy pleasurable sexual relations with humans, then why not a child, or an infant, or a mentally impaired person?
The same idiots who lament the killing of the gorilla Harambe will oppose zoophile rights, but will have no problem with the 4-year-old boy deciding he’s a girl and engaging in sex acts with an older man.
Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil;
Who put darkness for light, and light for darkness;
Who put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!
Isaiah 5:20. There will be a judgment.