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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"Defendant Green issues marriage licenses to individuals who selfidentify as homosexual but he refuses to issue marriage licenses to zoophiles, machinists and polygamists on a basis that can only be described as procedurally arbitrary," the complaint states.
Apres les actes zoophiles, recemment, d'une anesse par quinze jeunes (ados), en voila d'autres de la meme generation qui, dans un bus et en plein jour, violent une malade mentale.
[4] Berrouane, F.Z., 2013.Quelques aspects sur la biosystematique des Dipteres zoophiles et necrophages en zone suburbaine (El-Harrach).
Zoophiles said at the time their sexual relations with their animals were mutual, and their pets - whom they prefer to call their "partners" - could express whether they wanted sex.
(10) His loss of control at seeing a horse whipped on a cab ride through town ultimately was, as I have demonstrated in another study, appropriated by the vivisectionists and deployed so as to equate zoophiles with mental defectives ("Secret Agent" 100-02).
Prior to this, he was one of the novel's quiet zoophiles. The monist position (that human beings differ from animals in degree, not in kind) can be humorous: Rabino Grande, hoodwinked by a burlesque Darwinian, believes himself to be the grandson of a monkey.
Dans L'Animale (1893), le recit mobilise d'entree de jeu le code du roman naturaliste pour depeindre les fantasmes zoophiles d'une nevrotique mal mariee, Laure Lordes, et expliquer retrospectivement son cas par l'influence de son milieu d'origine ou, livree a elle-meme, elle donnait libre cours a une coquetterie sadique dans ses rapports avec un jeune pretre et un clerc de province (chap.
Zoo contemplates the event known in the press as "The Enumclaw Horse Sex Incident" largely from the point of view of a cluster of zoophiles who regularly met at a horse farm outside Enumclaw, a rural town in the foothills of Washington's Mount Rainer, for the purpose of having sex with the occupants of its stable.
The film--which has been praised for its sensitivity and unexpected lyricism--is largely assembled around the audio testimony of other zoophiles, one of whom, known in the film as the Happy Horseman, delivered Mr.