Bestiality Now Legal in Canada [WARNING: Explicit Content]

(Canada usually has been several years ahead of USA practices and laws. This law is most certainly coming here, too. Fr. Orthohippo)

By Michael Ware  June 10, 2016

You know that you are living in a wicked culture when we begin to split hairs on such things as having sex with an animal. It should be very clear what is and what is not sex. We are not in grade school; it should not be hard to define. But alas, in Canada they are struggling with the definition.

Breitbart reports

Canada’s highest court has just ruled that some sex acts between humans and animals are legal.

In a quixotic ruling, the country’s high court ruled that a man who was on trial for raping and sexually exploiting his own daughters wasn’t guilty of “bestiality.” The man reportedly, “smeared peanut butter on the genitals of his victims and had the family dog lick it off while he videotaped the act.”

So, then, oral sex between people and their pets is not sex? This vile man should not have been alive to contest this in the first place. We have left the Law of God and this is the result. But, that aside, how can you come to this conclusion?

Breitbart continued

As a result of the rape case, the court ruled 7 to 1 that humans having sexual contact with animals is OK if there is no “penetration” involved in the act.

In its ruling, the court decided that the legislature had not clearly defined the terms in the country’s bestiality laws and the way the statute is written should be read to only outlaw animal penetration, whether that penetration is animal to human or vice versa.

So then, if you live in Canada you are free to gain sexual pleasure from your dog or cat as long as there is no penetration involved. This is madness. And it will not be long before the pedophile will attempt the same logic with their perversions.

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