zoophile


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zo·o·phil·i·a

 (zō′ə-fĭl′ē-ə)
n.
The deriving of sexual gratification from fantasies or acts involving animals.

zo′o·phile′ (-fīl′) n.

zoophile

(ˈzəʊəˌfaɪl)
n
(Zoology) a person who is devoted to animals and their protection from practices such as vivisection
zoophilic adj

zoophile

Someone who loves animals.
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Pour rappel, le 31 mars 2016, sur la chaine publique ZDF, l'humoriste avait pondu un texte, lu dans une emission satirique et dans lequel il taxait le chef d'Etat turc de pedophile et de zoophile.
We see animals as partners and not as a means of gratification," Michael Kiok, chairman of the Zoophile Engagement for Tolerance and Information group, said at the time to the (http://www.
So there's a sadist, a masochist, a murderer, a necrophile, and a zoophile.
Koko, autrement dit, etait anthropophile (a savoir zoophile, a sa maniere) et, dans un certain sens, antispeciste.
After roughly six months, Cobbe gave up Le Zoophile on account of the negative response of readers, who, in her words, "obviously found the paper too dry for their taste" and remonstrated "against the occasional references in it to religious considerations" (2012, 671).
Indeed, once Dana coined the term, the concept of the zoophile was used to refer to any individual who was concerned in any way with the welfare of animals.
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 ce discours, des romans, tels L'Animale, Le Dessous, L'Homme aux bras de leu et L'Aerophage, opposent la mise en scene ironique d'un moi dont les postures mimetiques dedoublent sa deshumanisation, sinon son inhumanite intrinseque, sous son dehors de civilise emblematique du Progres; par exemple: la femme zoophile (L'Animale), la petite bourgeoise jouant a l'heroine d'aventures sentimentales et apaches (Le Dessous, L'Homme aux bras de feu) ou encore le voyageur francais en Afrique cherchant a maitriser sa peur de l'inconnu avec l'attitude du blanc colonisateur (L'Aerophage).
Front and center are conversations with three "zoo people," all of whom are referred to by their online handles: Coyote, who hails from a Baptist family in a small Virginia backwater and who moved to Washington at the behest of an Internet friend; the Happy Horseman, a truck-stop proprietor who talks of a global zoophile community; and H, a maintenance worker on the farm where the men had gathered many times before the night of the fatal incident.
In the remorselessly zoophile second address, duckling (anaticula) is a unique sobriquet; although Northern English duck (or ducks) and theatrical camp duckie come to mind, while in eighteenthcentury slang a ship's quartermaster was a duckfucker The dove (columba) had a reputation for lechery.
That is, actually, a fairly common view of the necrophile, the zoophile, etc.
Le deuxieme, un veritable missile, presentait le chef de l'Etat turc comme un pedophile et un zoophile.