Denmark’s Bestiality Problem: It’s Legal [2014]…


Date: April 10, 2019

01) Denmark’s Bestiality Problem: It’s Legal

“A new law on the table in Denmark proposes to make sex with animals, known as zoophilia, illegal. The Danish law currently states that humans can have sex with animals as long as the animal doesn’t suffer…

…If the law passes in Denmark, only Finland, Hungary and Sweden will remain lawless when it comes to Lassie…

…Jorgenson is apparently more concerned that by not reigning in Denmark’s animal sex laws, the country could become the wild west of animal sex tourism. A report in the Independent newspaper states that there has been “a rise in the underground animal sex tourism in Denmark,”…

…Denmark already has a handful of animal brothels which, according to Ice News, a site specialized in Nordic reporting, charge between $85 and $170 depending on the animal of choice.”

So…Denmark agriculture minister, Dan Jorgensen, is scared that Denmark is about to become known as the inter-species boinking capital of the world?

4 thoughts on “Denmark’s Bestiality Problem: It’s Legal [2014]…

    1. eqfoundation Post author

      I doubt most here will judge, if you do. 🙂

      I’ve been kind of wondering if they actually passed those laws…Hadn’t really been keeping up with this…

      I just find it fascinating, all the beings and things humans get up to having sex with.

      I’ve heard about “holiday farms, on the other side of the border”…but never “animal brothels”…That’s just intriguing as hell…

      Wondering what that would look like.

      Reply

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