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Germany moves to ban sex with animals



BERLIN—A German lawmaker says Parliament is close to passing a law explicitly banning bestiality after animal rights groups and tabloid newspapers pushed for existing legislation to be clarified.

Max Lehmer, a lawmaker with Chancellor Angela Merkel’s governing coalition, said Wednesday after a meeting of Parliament’s agriculture committee that the ban would make sex with animals punishable with a fine. A vote is expected in December.

Politicians took up the issue after it became clear a law banning cruelty to animals was not specific enough to prohibit the practice explicitly.

Berlin tabloid BZ started the debate in October, featuring a front-page photo of a man holding his dog with the headline “we call it sodomy, he calls it love.”

Top-selling Bild, from the same publisher, then took up the cause.


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Tags: animal rights , Animal Sex , Animals , Bestiality , Germany , Laws


  • pepito gwaps

    Talamak na kaya nagkaroon na ng law. Siguro marami na ang mukhang hayop at asal hayop sa kanila.

  • bugoybanggers

    DEMOCRACY kasi! Iyan mangyayari din sa PILIPINAS. Hala buti nga sa kasalukuyan maraming pokpok at mura pa na kayang pang MASAng presyo. Eh kung dumami ang mga DAYUHANG US Navy, baka magmahal ang mga pokpok, papano naman ang mga PINOY? Can’t afford kaya sa HAYOP na lang babanat? Naku wag sanang mangyari. MABUHAY ANG TUNAY NA DEMOCRACY!

  • http://yahoo.com koy-bili

    shocking germans .. . they really do it – – suck <(:

    • Guest

       Look at your own backyard before you even judge on Germans. That country was in ruins after WWII and they managed to rise like a Phoenix. They used all their potentials and they became one of the wealthiest nations worldwide. It will take the Phils decades until they reach the high German standard.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ELTWKJPUAIB6ANDT4KSL7BSATA Shalani

        they still suck haha

  • Diepor

    Why there is no law like that in the Philippines

    • divictes

      Same reason there’s no FOI law.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_5STEU22AD7YRHQSB6RE56ZDSYA J

    Ang tao talaga hayup!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ELTWKJPUAIB6ANDT4KSL7BSATA Shalani

    hindi ba animal ang tao?

  • rickysgreyes

    Haha “dog style”

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_AYITA5V33GYZSLC3G37UCVNTKA Ben

    Hmm, this only means that inGermany, each one is in dire need to get a human partner…or else they will do it on an animal…tsk, tsk….overly hot people ( I mean deprived).

  • $23228448

    that law would never be passed here….there would be a huge protest from the animals

  • Garo Ungaro

    proven animals can be a better source of aryan gene…than men…

  • msm25

    gnun nbang krami ang nkkipagtalik sa hayop sa germany at kinailangan ng isabatas ang pgbabawal dto????

  • tanga_hanga_ni_abnoy

    oh no! favorite ko p nman ang german shepherd, pahirapan na to kung sakali 

  • divictes

    Fine. Just one question, who’s going to file the case in court? With a law banning it, nobody’s going to do it in the park.

  • kilabot

    sodom is back.
    perverts’ agenda:
    1) promote lgbt lifestyle (dam n hiv/aids);
    2) legalize same-sex marriage;
    3) legalize man-beast union;

    watch out folks.

  • staad

     di na puwede iranian at ayatollah sa germany mag do it yourself na lang sila

  • anu12345

    Fine lang pala ang punishment eh di walang problema.



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