Zoophile Pride Illustrates the Spiral of Human Depravity

The campaign for sexual depravity continues apace. Just when you thought the world couldn’t possibly get more insane, along come the zoophiles. It pains me to define this, but zoophiles are individuals who wish to have sex with animals. God forewarned us about this in the Levitical laws: “Nor shall you mate with any animal, to defile yourself with it. Nor shall any woman stand before an animal to mate with it. It is perversion” (Leviticus 18:23). Seemingly all of this has fallen on deaf ears with a group of Germans - self-proclaimed bestialitists – who came out protesting to eliminate the country’s animal protection law, which currently outlaws sexual relations between humans and animals and incurs a hefty fine of $25,000.

In a bizarre clip captured on Twitter, a middle-aged man stands with his German shepherd, telling the interviewer in matter-of-fact terms that he’s currently in a sexual relationship with her (the dog) and that he finds it easier to forge relationships with animals than with humans.

Evolution to the Rescue- Again!

On the other side of the world, a professor of philosophy at the Australian National University, Joanne Bourke, who has held academic positions at Cambridge University, Birkbeck College, and the University of London, caused a public uproar when she announced she would be discussing the “ethics” of humans “loving” animals.

In a forthcoming lecture at the Festival of Dangerous Ideas, scheduled to be held on September 17, 2022, Bourke will give a lecture entitled, What does Loving Animals Mean?, where she intends to explore the changing meanings of bestiality and zoophilia, as well as the ethics of animal loving.

Even more disturbingly, Bourke is the author of the book, Loving Animals: On Bestiality, Zoophilia and Post-Human Love, published in 2020 by The University of Chicago Press. While I am in no way promoting this work or endorsing reading it, the synopsis should give us ample grounds for alarm. In essence, if we are to view humans as just another animal framed within the evolutionary narrative, Bourke argues in an academic paper with the same title published Oxford Academic, our morals have no absolute meaning, and so if this premise holds true, why is it strictly wrong to shun sexual relationships with animals?

Déjà Vu All Over Again

Sound familiar? You’d be right! That’s exactly the same reasoning used by the pedophiles (conveniently now euphemized as Minor Attracted Persons, or MAPS). As highly evolved animals, we are now told, it’s simply natural for some of us to cultivate strong sexual preferences for prepubertal children. So why not animals as well?

What do these ways of “reasoning” have in common? The Bible makes it clear that when we give ourselves over to sin, our consciences become darkened, so much so that God gives us over to a depraved mind.

The reaction from the secular public is especially telling here. In response to Bourke’s upcoming lecture, Emma Hurst, Animal Justice Party Member of New South Wales, told the UK Daily Mail that she was concerned more about the animals than the underlying morality of zoophiles. She writes:

Many animals suffer trauma and some die from acts of bestiality – this is a grotesque form of animal abuse, we must recognise that people who harm animals are a risk to the broader community.”

That’s it. Notwithstanding the obvious abuse to animals, there’s nary a mention of the depraved nature of such acts from a moralistic point of view. Not so much as a mention of condemning the person who carries out such wicked acts. (Also, let us not forget that animal welfare activists call for the conferring of human rights to chimpanzees and elephants but readily celebrate the murder of innocent human beings in the womb and the euthanizing of the old and infirm). 

The Last Taboo

The sad reality is that this deeply disturbing news is the tip of a proverbial iceberg of grossly abnormal relations with animals. The truth is that the internet is awash with stories of people marrying their pets: cats, dogs, goats, dolphins, snakes, cows and even fish! Just check out Dominique Lesbriel, a Dutch woman who has set up a website called Rest assured; she’s kept busy overseeing a growing number of animal-human betrothals!

As for the claim that animals are easier to forge bonding relationships with, we need to question what sort of upbringing these individuals have had. Shouldn’t this be looked upon as a deeply misanthropic psychological disorder, where people have completely lost their sense of human value and exceptionalism? Living creatures were created to reproduce after their own kind, as stated in Genesis 1 and affirmed by every other lifeform on Earth. It’s a fundamental law of biology, which these deranged people violate. Furthermore, such inter-kind sexual practices are likely to introduce new diseases into human populations, with potentially devastating consequences.

All of these developments should be seen in their proper perspective. When human beings turn their back on their Creator, they become increasingly depraved. And that’s what the Bible consistently teaches from cover to cover. Without God, humanity grows ever darker, leading to its ultimate doom. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be that way.

is that author of eight books on amateur and professional astronomy. His latest book is Choosing & Using Binoculars, a Guide for Stargazers, Birders and Outdoor Enthusiasts (Springer Publishing, 2023).

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