View Full Version : Danes say no to animal sex ban

04-12-2006, 12:50:01
Following quickly on from the news that Belgium doesn't have any laws against bestiality, a council set up by the Danish government to advise on animal ethics has overwhelmingly turned down a law against sex with animals.

The Danish Council for Animal Ethics ave decided that there is no need for a specific law banning bestiality, according to Ritzau, the Danish News Agency.

It was reported on Thursday that only one member of the ten-strong council was in favour of an anti-bestiality law.

The other members felt that Denmarks current laws against animal cruelty were sufficient. The only exception to the lack of bestiality laws would be to outlaw animal sex if it took place in porn films or sex shows.

Christian Hansen, a spokesman for the right-wing Danish People's Party, was outraged. He said the issue should be put to a referendum, and that 'there wouldn't be any doubt about the result.'

In Britain, of course, our higher moral standards would never tolerate such a state of affairs. Bestiality became a criminal offence in Britain as far back in history as 2004.

Danes say no to animal sex ban (http://www.metro.co.uk/weird/article.html?in_article_id=27524&in_page_id=2)


04-12-2006, 14:17:54
Here we have become so decadent that we have a poltical party in parliament that has one single issue: animal rights.

04-12-2006, 17:18:54
Is reading in denmark?

05-12-2006, 11:45:38
for one day every year

we rotate the technofortress over the countries of the earth so that we can laugh at them equally

05-12-2006, 12:00:33
I want to visit this "technofortress", but I've heard the RIAA tries to shoot it down when it flies over our airspace becasue they don't like the music.