The most common reasons for engaging in zoophilic relationships were attraction to animals out of either a desire for affection, and a sexual attraction toward and/or a love for animals. Only 12% of her sample said they engaged in sex with animals because there were no human partners available, and only 7% said it was because they were too shy to have sex with humans.
claimed that 8% of males and 4% females had at least one sexual experience with an animal.Perhaps unsurprisingly, there was a much higher prevalence for zoophilic acts among people that who worked on farms (for instance, 17% males had experienced an orgasmic episode involving animals).Most of Miletski’s sample preferred sex with dogs (87% males; 100% females) and/or horses (81% males; 73% females).Only 8% of males wanted to stop having sex with animals and none of the females.Para usar todas las funciones del sitio, necesitas permitir la visualización de contenido Flash en tu navegador.
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According to Kinsey, the most frequent sexual acts that humans engaged in with animals comprised calves, sheep, donkeys, large fowl (ducks, geese), dogs and cats.
In the 1970s, world renowned sexologist Professor John Money claimed that zoophilic behaviours were usually transitory occurring when there is no other sexual outlet available.
Thanks to online research, zoophilia is just one of many sexually atypical behaviours that we now know more about both behaviourally and psychologically.
I never really looked at her chest as I was mesmerized by her smile.
My brain send a very fast telegraphic message to my cock.