Jonathan Last: (Title h/t Ed Drisoll)
Remember when Rick Santorum was the Worst Person in the World because he made the argument that the right to privacy created by Griswold opened up a Pandora’s box from which all sorts of things would eventually emerge–and that while we’re talking about homosexuality today, eventually we’ll be talking about “man-on-dog”?
That was back in 2003. And obviously Santorum was a kook and a bigot because it took forever for us to have other stuff start popping up–like eleven whole years!–and when it did it wasn’t “man-on-dog.” Because that’s just crazy talk.
From New York Magazine–and just for clarity’s sake, let me emphasize–New York Magazine–“What it’s like to date a horse”:
. . . later I’d go to pre-internet online dial-up forums and that’s where I came across bestiality porn. And I didn’t realize it was abnormal at that time, but the comments attached to those pictures were all going on about how disgusting it was. I was 13. So that would be when I was first aware that I was different. I grew up in the city, so I didn’t have much access. I always was on the lookout for horses when I was traveling. I saw farms that I’d have loved to go explore, but they were never near my home. Sometimes I wonder if I just lacked the courage.
Did you date at all?
I did ask a girl to the prom. Now that I look back, I feel so sorry for her. We sat at the table and didn’t dance. I don’t even think we hugged. As much as I later experimented with people, I was always sure I wanted horses. It was never a case of “I’m just giving this a try to see if I would prefer humans.”
When was your first kiss?
My first kiss was from a man named Mark. He was aware of my sexual preference and interested himself in dogs after a fashion. That was about two months after I lost my virginity, so I was about 22. In all honesty, I’ve never liked kissing men; rough beards do not turn me on.
So you had your first kiss after you lost your virginity? Did you lose your virginity to a horse or a human?
There must have been a lot of buildup.
Yes, the pressure builds and builds and builds. And losing your virginity is important to becoming a “real” zoophile because you’re joining a very select group of people, and if you haven’t actually “done it,” people wonder if that’s your real sexuality. So there’s some hazing that goes on. I’d wanted to have the sexual experience as well as the street credit among my peers — the zoophiles I’d met online — because they were my closest friends, really.
How did you find a sex partner?
One of my friends had access to a nice female pony, and he let me have sex with her. She was a Shetland-cross, and she had dorsal stripes — the black line across the spine — and that’s something that’s turned me on ever since.
What’s that, you say? You want more? Why of course. But back to New York:
Bestiality is the next liberal frontier. Watch.
@drjohn: Right after pedophilia.
Bestiality arrived in DC and the congress a long time ago.
We have this filth printed in the New York Magazine, yet just tonight, prior to the showing of the movie, Heaven Is For Real, the cable station running the movie, a Stars/Encore channel, preceded it with a warning “This movie contains adult content.”
Not one curse word, not one sexual scene, no murder or violence, but because the movie addresses Jesus and Heaven, it is considered “adult” content.
And we wonder what is wrong with our nation, as it gets reported that two young black teenagers, aged 15 and 16, just beat a white man to death with hammers in St. Louis.
Leftists only allow credibility to the ‘slippery slope’ argument when it can be used to prevent any limitations on furthering the march towards collectivism. When a nation destroys standards of normalcy, then it is only a matter of time before everything is considered “normal”, and any effort to characterize something as abnormal – or even dangerous – will be the only thing that political correctness allows to suffer condemnation.
Want to sing Christian Christmas carols in a public school? Can’t do that because it might make muslims and atheists uncomfortable! But we can have kids assigned to write about the so-called wonderousness of the five pillars of islam, because MULTICULTURALISM!