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  • It would be silly to say all animals just rape each other

    So obviously animals can consent to sex with other animals. There are some species where mating just looks like rape to us, Yet it is how the species procreates and evolved. We can't communicate with animals, So we can't tell them what to do and tell them whether or not they can consent. I do not think people should seek to obtain consent from animals, Number one because humans cannot communicate with animals. However in the cases where non-consent results in injury, And injury doesn't result, Then it is clear only after the fact that the animal consented. What is boils down to is, Yes, It is clear that animals can to consent to have sex. They do it with each other. However, As humans, We have little to no idea how to communicate or gain such consent in advance of sexual relations. Humans should refrain from attempting sexual intercourse with animals because of the limitations to gaining consent. If people want to attempt sex with animals so badly they need to invent how to communicate with them first so they know whether the animal agreed or not in advance. Otherwise leave them alone because they are just fine and happy interacting with each other.

  • Communication via body language.

    Anyone who knows anything about animals is that they communicate with each other through body language and patterns. Sure, it is crude, but consent is not at all complex. In the wild, mating partners are either rejected or accepted. Unless you bind the animal, it certainly as hell will tell you quite clearly how it feels if you know the meanings of their behavior.

    “But it cannot tell someone if it was raped”
    This is true. However, it’s near impossible to rape sonething and not cause some physical damage or cause the animal to react negatively to the assailant. There are many ways to find evidence of this.

    Dolphins and primates, as well as large animals in general, are the easiest to show proof of consent, as injury is certain if it wasn’t consensual.
    I don’t really have a particular political leaning, but it’s ironic people care about consent when humans and animals do it, but nobody cares about the animal’s rights when commercial gain is involved, like with artificial insemination and butchering and horrible conditions.

  • Smashing Animals is Gods will

    Obviously, God created the animals of the world for us to smash hardcore. They, and their large pompous booties are just asking for my hard, delicious peen. Praise be to Allah, as he has decreed that we should be able to smash whatever we wish, wherever we want to. This is obviously the truth of the matter.

  • Bestiality Is Sinful

    Bestiality is the grotesque practice of a person having sexual relations with an animal.
    The Bible mentions bestiality in four specific places, condemning it each time.

    First, Exodus 22:19 states, "Whoever lies with an animal shall be put to death." Under the Law of Moses, the death penalty was given to any person guilty of bestiality.

    Second, Leviticus 18:23 commands, "And you shall not lie with any animal and so make yourself unclean with it, neither shall any woman give herself to an animal to lie with it: it is perversion." Here, a reason is given for the command, calling bestiality a perversion. The command is also explicitly stated to include both men and women in this passage.

    Third, Leviticus 20:15-16, found in a list of punishments for various forms of sexual immorality in the Law of Moses, records, "If a man lies with an animal, he shall surely be put to death, and you shall kill the animal. If a woman approaches any animal and lies with it, you shall kill the woman and the animal; they shall surely be put to death; their blood is upon them." The only addition in this passage is that the animal was also to be put to death in such situations.

    Fourth, Deuteronomy 27:21, considered a "second telling" of the Law of Moses, notes, "'Cursed be anyone who lies with any kind of animal.' And all the people shall say, 'Amen.'" The addition of a curse is the one area of new information added in this passage. A look at the Law of Moses on this issue shows that it viewed bestiality as a perversion, those involved were to be put to death, the animal was to be put to death, and the person committing the offense was considered cursed.

    The New Testament does not specifically mention bestiality, but this silence certainly does not indicate that Jesus or early Christians condoned the practice. In contrast, New Testament teachings often speak about avoiding sexual immorality, which included any sexual relationships outside of the context of marriage between a man and woman (Matthew 19:3-12).

    Finally, a word can be added regarding God's care for animals. Proverbs 12:10 notes, "Whoever is righteous has regard for the life of his beast, but the mercy of the wicked is cruel." Bestiality is both a sexual sin and a form of mistreatment toward animal life. God's desire is for people to worship Him, to avoid all forms of sexual immorality, as well as to treat animals with compassion.

  • Bestiality Is Sinful

    Bestiality is the grotesque practice of a person having sexual relations with an animal. The Bible mentions bestiality in four specific places, condemning it each time.

    First, Exodus 22:19 states, "Whoever lies with an animal shall be put to death." Under the Law of Moses, the death penalty was given to any person guilty of bestiality.

    Second, Leviticus 18:23 commands, "And you shall not lie with any animal and so make yourself unclean with it, neither shall any woman give herself to an animal to lie with it: it is perversion." Here, a reason is given for the command, calling bestiality a perversion. The command is also explicitly stated to include both men and women in this passage.

    Third, Leviticus 20:15-16, found in a list of punishments for various forms of sexual immorality in the Law of Moses, records, "If a man lies with an animal, he shall surely be put to death, and you shall kill the animal. If a woman approaches any animal and lies with it, you shall kill the woman and the animal; they shall surely be put to death; their blood is upon them." The only addition in this passage is that the animal was also to be put to death in such situations.

    Fourth, Deuteronomy 27:21, considered a "second telling" of the Law of Moses, notes, "'Cursed be anyone who lies with any kind of animal.' And all the people shall say, 'Amen.'" The addition of a curse is the one area of new information added in this passage. A look at the Law of Moses on this issue shows that it viewed bestiality as a perversion, those involved were to be put to death, the animal was to be put to death, and the person committing the offense was considered cursed.

    The New Testament does not specifically mention bestiality, but this silence certainly does not indicate that Jesus or early Christians condoned the practice. In contrast, New Testament teachings often speak about avoiding sexual immorality, which included any sexual relationships outside of the context of marriage between a man and woman (Matthew 19:3-12).

    Finally, a word can be added regarding God's care for animals. Proverbs 12:10 notes, "Whoever is righteous has regard for the life of his beast, but the mercy of the wicked is cruel." Bestiality is both a sexual sin and a form of mistreatment toward animal life. God's desire is for people to worship Him, to avoid all forms of sexual immorality, as well as to treat animals with compassion.

  • They cant talk

    DO NOT RAPE THE ANIMALS YOU SICK FUCK..................................................................................................................... Even if they want it. They do not always know what they are saying make sure we as americans do not go down on the animals it is wrong ok ok ok ok oko ok oko oko ok ok ok ok ook


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