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Please contact [ protected]. Two NSW men, aged 61 and 76, have been charged with distributing bestiality material after police removed an abused dog from their home. The men were arrested on 25 March in Leeton in the Riverina zoophile forum in south-west NSW, where they were also found to be involved with disseminating child abuse material. According to reportsthe arrests came in the aftermath of a police investigation that was launched earlier this year by detectives from the Murrumbidgee Police District.
The investigation was sparked by information relating to the alleged production and dissemination of child abuse material in the Leeton area. The year-old man was charged with bestiality, animal cruelty and disseminate child abuse material.
The year-old man was charged with bestiality, possess child abuse material, and disseminate child abuse material. The two men were refused bail and given court attendance dates at Griffith Local Court. Police will allege in court the men took part in the online distribution of bestiality and child abuse material. Bestiality is understood as the sexual penetration of an animal. In fact, according to section 79 of the Crimes Act NSWthe maximum penalty you can face if you are caught is 14 years in jail.
This is made clear in section 80 of the Crimes Act NSWwhich sets out a maximum penalty of five years in jail for an offence. Bestiality, which is also known as zoophilia, typically involves recurrent intense sexual fantasies, urges, and sexual activities with non-human animals. In the study, nearly 1, zoophiles were surveyed regarding their beliefs about zoophilia and their sexual practices. When asked what was so appealing about having an animal partner, many revealed it came down to the odour and appearance of the genitals, which they found to be unique compared to human genitalia.
In the sworld renowned sexologist Professor John Money claimed that zoophilic behaviours were usually transitory and unravelled when there was no other sexual outlet available. According to Dr Kinsey, the most frequent sexual acts that humans engaged in with animals were calves, sheep, donkeys, large fowl ducks, geesedogs and cats.
Nevertheless, by the s, research carried out into the field had shown a very different picture, namely that the overwhelming majority of self-identified male and female zoophiles did not have sex with animals because there was no other sexual outlet, but because it was, in fact, their sexual preference. According to Dr Mark GriffithsChartered Psychologist at Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham in the UK, many zoophiles believe that in the years to come, their sexual preference will be perceived as no different to being gay or straight.
Meanwhile, with the proliferation of the internet that has brought many like-minded people together, there are now masses of websites where zoophiles chat to each other online and share their videos. Beast Forumfor example, is the largest online zoophile community in the world with tens of thousands of members. If you would like to learn how Lexology can zoophile forum your content marketing strategy forward, please zoophile forum protected]. Back Forward. Share Facebook Twitter Linked In. Follow Please to follow content.
Register now for your free, tailored, daily legal newsfeed service. Please contact [ protected] Register. What is Bestiality? Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia. Australia June 6 In NSW, the act is against the law. In fact, it is also an offence to merely attempt to have sex with an animal.
For others, the allure was in the taboo nature of the behaviour. Related research hubs Google Australia Crime.Zoophile forum
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