Some researchers distinguish between zoophilia (as a persistent sexual interest in animals) and bestiality (as sexual acts with animals), because bestiality is often not driven by a sexual preference for animals.
are other terms closely related to the subject but are less synonymous with the former terms, and are seldom used.
The terms are often used interchangeably, but some researchers make a distinction between the attraction (zoophilia) and the act (bestiality).
Three key terms commonly used in regards to the subject — zoophilia, bestiality, and zoosexuality — are often used somewhat interchangeably.
Typically the demands of parenting, running an advocacy group, and taking on the world’s media filth would be enough to keep a woman busy, but honestly, these women must seriously – SERIOUSLY – not have enough to do.
Maybe it’s because there’s a million of them and not enough real work to go around but, whatever it is, they sure do know how to stir up a bunch ‘a nuthin.’Last time it was a JC Penney’s Christmas ad with known lesbian Ellen De Generes. Yes, the cute little pink Geico pig, who’s most recently been annoying flight attendants on planes, is now doing something so heinous, so “disgusting,” that the good Christian mothers of One Million Moms had to stop up and “cry foul” (or would that be, “cry pork”? It’s not so much the matter of Geico having a pig as a mascot (a porcine counterpart to the sassy British gecko seems a natural follow), it’s what that damn pig is up to that’s got the moms in an uproar: He’s dating a cute little brunette… Dear God, get out the pitchforks and hit the streets, mother!
In common with many paraphilias, the internet has allowed the formation of a zoophile community that has begun to lobby for zoophilia or zoosexuality to be considered an alternative sexuality and for the legalisation of bestiality.
"Bestiosexuality" was discussed briefly by Allen (1979), but never became widely established.
Ernest Bornemann (1990, cited by Rosenbauer, 1997) coined the separate term zoosadism for those who derive pleasure – sexual or otherwise – from inflicting pain on animals.
Zoosadism specifically is one member of the Macdonald triad of precursors to sociopathic behavior.
which he defined as a sexual attraction to animal skin or fur.