Demography of this perversion
The deleted reference mentioned that this perversion is "extremely rare". It also briefly mentioned a write-in campaign promoting the idea that "highly educated professionals" engaged in the practice. But:
- Unfortunately, although intriguing, it was impossible to establish the veracity of most letters.
Please read articles before using them as sources. Often, buried in the details, you'll find a fact that disproves the point you were hoping to make with the source. --Ed Poor Talk 15:43, 24 September 2011 (EDT)
Hey, I love your articles! Its great to see that idiot Myers on the spot as the true consequences of his religion are pointed out. Just one thing though. If I was you I'd take out the bit about US state law on bestiality. The reason is that its legal in 5 of the top 10 most Christian states but only in 4 of the 10 least Christian. I know that dont really mean anything but atheists could twist it and use it to attack you. Keep up the Lord's work! --LeonardS 18:44, 26 September 2011 (EDT)
- Oh yeah, that was the other thing. Its banned in Alaska already, has been for years. Its just that its in animal welfare law, not morality ones. Still banned though.
- p.s. I love your editing system. The shortcut buttons for refs etc are awesome. --LeonardS 18:52, 26 September 2011 (EDT)
- This appears to be correct: sexual conduct with an animal is illegal under Alaska legal code Title 11, Chapter 61, Section 140 6.A. The article, and the reference used in it, are incorrect. Also, Montana and North Carolina have removed their bans on bestiality. --ThomasMacD 11:26, 28 September 2011 (EDT)
I don't think the sentence about zoophiles possibly molesting humans is relevant to the topic. Just my thought, I am new of course.