A goat's eyes are so beautiful

Gold, Tanya
May 2004
New Statesman;5/17/2004, Vol. 133 Issue 4688, p32
Offers a look at the prevalence of bestiality. Reference to the theatrical production of "The Goat," by Edward Albee; Occurrence of animal sex shows; Discussion of zoophiles, who feel married to their animal lovers; Historical instances of bestiality; Discussion of psychiatric aspects of bestiality; Report on the legal status of bestiality.


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