Everyone loves animals. Some have preferences or might say they hate certain animals, but if you ask enough times, eventually, anyone will divulge what their favorite animal is.
Humans live beside animals for many reasons. We raise them for food or keep them as pets and part of our family.
Our lives revolve around animals, and their lives revolve around us.
Unfortunately, those ties bind us to our more natural friends can tie some people a little too closely. Beastiality is a thing.
It doesn’t get talked about much because it’s so strange and endearing, but there are still modern, present-day cases of people sexually abusing animals.
Whatever the reason for it, it’s not a victimless crime. Animals may not be able to talk, but they can still feel hurt and afraid.
They can still be raped, if not by a member of their species, then by one a whole brain-level higher.
10 /10 Home On The Range
Three men in the rural county of Munson, Pennsylvania, were arrested for 1,400 counts of bestiality, which is a crime in the state.
The three men, Terry Wallace, Matthew Brubaker, and Marc Measnikoff, had a run down and off the grid “farm” out in the sticks, which they shared for a single purpose: violating their livestock.
They had cows, goats, horses, and dogs on the farm, all of which they sexually abuse a total of over 700 times between them.
9 /10 No Victimless Crimes
An additional victim to the crimes was an unnamed 16-year-old boy. The boy, and all three men, did NOT allege misconduct with the minor human.
Instead, the 16-year-old boy was endangered due to the unsafe and primitive living conditions where they had no power or running water.
He was tasked with preparing the animals, and while he was aware of what was going on, he was never led to join in or coaxed by the older men. Thankfully, they were only interested in the animals.