Denmark finally says no to sex with animals

by Ivano Abbadessa - 2015.04.27
Denmark finally says no to sex with animals
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Copenhagen will no longer be the capital for animal sex tourism. A few days ago, the Danish Parliament filled in a legislative loop-hole by approving a law that finally outlaws sex with animals. So whoever is found in an intimate clinch with a four-legged friend can now be sentenced to up to a year in prison, or two in the case of re-offenders. The Nordic country was one of the last European countries to ban bestiality. The measure, needless to say, was greeted with great satisfaction by animal rights organisations who praised the determination of Danish Minister of Agriculture, Dan Jørgensen, who last October proposed the bill saying “by their nature, animals are not able to say no, nor can they provide evidence if a rape occurs.”

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