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  • edited December 2012
    Oh, that's not a grunt. That's a scream of excitement from being released.
  • edited December 2012
    That's a scream of excitement from being released.

    If your into that stuff..
  • edited December 2012
    I'm not sure if I'm against bestiality or not. It's not my thing obviously. But if a guy wants to have sex with a horse, so be it, I guess.
  • edited December 2012
    Shouldn't the horse have a say..oh wait it cant its a fucking (no pun intended) animal!
  • edited December 2012
    Good one.
  • edited December 2012
    That's what the horse asked for.

    Cue rim-shot.
  • edited December 2012
    coolsome wrote: »
    Shouldn't the horse have a say..oh wait it cant its a fucking (no pun intended) animal!

    Sure it would have a say! It would say neigh!
  • edited December 2012
    Sure it would have a say! It would say neigh!

    I heard dogs like it ruff.

    My stance on bestiality:Having sex with an animal is just wrong. It has the potential to cause great harm to the animal. After all, those orifices were meant for something of a completely different size and shape!)

    An animal having sex with a human on the other hand, is more tolerable, so long as no harm came ( no pun intended) to the animal. It's not something I would ever participate in, but if someone likes it and it harms no-one then they have the go ahead from me.
  • edited December 2012
    Its an ANIMAL! It has no way of forming consent anymore then a child does! I am ALL for what evers behind closed doors is a okay but animals should definitely be off limits!
  • edited December 2012
    coolsome wrote: »
    Its an ANIMAL! It has no way of forming consent anymore then a child does! I am ALL for what evers behind closed doors is a okay but animals should definitely be off limits!

    Seriously? So when does a heifer 'consent' by this definition? It can't give a verbal yes to the bull.
  • edited December 2012
    DAISHI wrote: »
    Seriously? So when does a heifer 'consent' by this definition? It can't give a verbal yes to the bull.

    Seriously? I need to argue why sex with animals is wrong!?
  • edited December 2012
    Yeah, you do. Because nothing is inherently 'morally' wrong unless you believe in an objective God that sets certain rules (which technically I do). However I don't impose my beliefs on others, so if someone wants to snort coke or have sex with a horse, either way it's their own business based on a morality they arrived at from a series of personal incidents that are unique to them.
  • edited December 2012
    Because the horse in question only wants to have sex to reproduce like all animals. A human is taking advantage of the animal. I am an atheist and I don't think religion has anything to do with why it is sexually abuse to shag an animal.
  • edited December 2012
    DAISHI wrote: »
    Yeah, you do. Because nothing is inherently 'morally' wrong unless you believe in an objective God that sets certain rules (which technically I do). However I don't impose my beliefs on others, so if someone wants to snort coke or have sex with a horse, either way it's their own business based on a morality they arrived at from a series of personal incidents that are unique to them.

    This is a whole different argument, but one does not need to have a belief in any sort of God to have a moral compass.

    On the animals thing... gross. Real gross. But I guess if it's not hurting the animal there are worse things in this world.

    Not that that makes it any less gross. Yuck.
  • edited December 2012
    coolsome wrote: »
    Because the horse in question only wants to have sex to reproduce like all animals. A human is taking advantage of the animal. I am an atheist and I don't think religion has anything to do with why it is sexually abuse to shag an animal.

    As I have said before, penetration of an animal by a human is wrong. However, it is a fact that animals have a sexual desire. You see it in dogs that hump peoples legs and what not. I wouldn't call it abuse for someone to take that a bit further and let the dog/whatever hump them somewhere where they'll enjoy it a bit.

    Sure it's disgusting and a little bit disturbed, but it's certainly not abuse. It's only abuse when the animal is forced into it.
  • edited December 2012
    I can't help but wonder if doodo! made that post...
  • edited December 2012
    I too find it hard to justify how bestiality is wrong in one direction but ok in another. I'm awfully liberal about this sort of thing, but the one thing I do think should always be required is informed consent. You can't get that from an animal.
  • edited December 2012
    I too find it hard to justify how bestiality is wrong in one direction but ok in another. I'm awfully liberal about this sort of thing, but the one thing I do think should always be required is informed consent. You can't get that from an animal.

    Exactly it doesnt matter of the animals hurt or not the abuse is taking advantage of the fact that there brains are pretty much less developed then babys..give or take anyway.
  • edited December 2012
    You know what? I've changed my mind on the matter. Even if it's the animal doing the act,it's got to be doing psychological damage to it. However I maintain that if it's the person committing the act, it is infinitely worse.
  • edited December 2012
    i think if people think marriage is so great everybody should be allowed to do it, even if that does mean loads of homosexual divorces the next generation, it should be their choice to get married
  • edited December 2012
    I love how this thread started with applauding the gradual acceptance of homosexuality, then went into why casual sex is good/bad, sex before marriage, marriage itself, and now has ended up discussing bestiality.
  • edited December 2012
    I love how this thread started with applauding the gradual acceptance of homosexuality, then went into why casual sex is good/bad, sex before marriage, marriage itself, and now has ended up discussing bestiality.

    yeah its stupid gay marriage is in no way similar to bestiality
  • edited December 2012
    I love how this thread started with applauding the gradual acceptance of homosexuality, then went into why casual sex is good/bad, sex before marriage, marriage itself, and now has ended up discussing bestiality.

    Oh my god, all those talk radio people were right! Gay marriage does lead to bestiality! Soon we'll all be murdering each other!

    Actually, nearly everybody agreed that gay marriage was no big deal so we moved on to things that we don't all agree on. ...I never though bestiality would be on that list, though...
  • edited December 2012
    I vote the cats a hermaphrodite.
  • edited December 2012
    Giant Tope wrote: »

    The fuck did I just watch?

    Though, I gotta say, they'd probably be against telling children about genitalia as well.
  • edited December 2012
    Giant Tope wrote: »

    What the hell? I live where the population is about 75 percent LDS, and I thought I'd heard pretty much everything from them by now. But that's a new one.
  • edited December 2012
    dustpuffs wrote: »
    What the hell? I live where the population is about 75 percent LDS, and I thought I'd heard pretty much everything from them by now. But that's a new one.

    Where in Utah/Idaho do you live? :p
  • edited December 2012
    Southeast Idaho. How'd you ever guess? :rolleyes:
  • edited December 2012
    dustpuffs wrote: »
    Southeast Idaho. How'd you ever guess? :rolleyes:

    Grew up LDS and a ton of family live in either state. :p
  • edited December 2012
    Well, you got the better end of the deal. I loved Portland when I went there.
  • edited December 2012
    Every thread seems to turn into whatever's on your mind.
  • edited December 2012
    coolsome wrote: »
    I vote the cats a hermaphrodite.

    I demand a recount!
  • edited December 2012
    coolsome wrote: »
    Every thread seems to turn into whatever's on your mind.

    It's because when you enter a thread, it enters your mind. And minds are fickle things, full of sharp twists and oddities.
  • edited December 2012
    Friar wrote: »
    And minds are fickle things, full of sharp twists and oddities.

    'Ey, just like my ex-wife!

    rodney-dangerfield.jpg

    ...I'm not married but that desperately needed a Rodney Dangerfield punchline.
  • edited June 2013
    My neighbor’s been banging his dog, again. Seriously, I’m calling the freaking cops one of these days!
  • edited June 2013
    If you can get evidence, then you definitely should. But I imagine it's quite a hard thing to prove and therefore prosecute. Tape it or something next time you hear it going on.

    In other news, I've been following the same sex marriage debate through parliament. Some of the arguments have been quite funny. Like the lord who thinks that legalising it will mean we will get a lesbian queen, and the next heir will be created through IVF which will lead to the end if the monarchy! Which is just ridiculous. As anyone who's been to Brighton knows, Britain is full of gay queens.
  • edited June 2013
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