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Spanish Government Decriminalizes Bestiality


The Spanish Parliament approved a law that decriminalizes bestiality as long as the animal does not sustain “an injury that requires veterinary treatment.”

“Bestiality will no longer be considered a criminal offense if there are no injuries to the animal. This is established by the new Penal Code through the new Animal Welfare Law promoted by Minister Ione Belarra that was approved in Congress on February 9,” Mundotoro stated.

“This is the first step to legalizing pedophilia. How disgusting!” Ada Lluch said.

“Bestiality (zoophilia), or having sex with animals, is no longer illegal in Spain as long as the animal was not harmed in the process,” said political commentator Maria Dubovikova.

“Sooner or later the will legalise and proclaim normal all kinds of perversions.”

“Shocking but not surprising. That country is run by communist degenerates,” said Jesús Enrique Rosas.

Cont. from Mundotoro:

This new change that has entered into force reforms the Penal Code of the PP, which in 2015 established tougher penalties for mistreatment, abandonment and, for the first time, for the sexual exploitation of animals in Spain At that time it was considered that, like children, animals do not have the capacity to consent and, for this reason, bestiality was included as a new criminal conduct consisting of the sexual exploitation of animals, regardless of whether they are caused injuries that seriously impair its health or the death of the animal.

Thus, article 337.1 of the Penal Code stated: “He will be punished with three months and one day to one year in prison and special disqualification from one year and one day to three years for the exercise of a profession, trade or trade that is related to animals and for the possession of animals, the one who by any means or procedure mistreats unjustifiably, causing injuries that seriously impair their health or subjecting them to sexual exploitation, a domestic or tamed animal, an animal that is usually domesticated , an animal that temporarily or permanently lives under human control, or any animal that does not live in the wild’.

With the reform of the Penal Code recently approved in Congress, the sexual exploitation of animals is eliminated as an independent crime. From now on it will only be punishable in the event that it causes an injury to the animal. Thus, article 337 is deleted and a new title XVI bis is introduced in book II, which will be initialed as: “Of crimes against animals” and is worded as follows:

«It will be punished with a prison sentence of three to eighteen months or a fine of six to twelve months and with the penalty of special disqualification from one to five years for the exercise of a profession, trade or trade that is related to animals and for the Animal possession is the one that, outside of legally regulated activities and by any means or procedure, including acts of a sexual nature, causes an animal that is domesticated, tamed, domesticated or that lives temporarily or permanently under human control an injury that requires veterinary treatment to the restoration of his health.

The disgusting law was introduced by the “Ministry of Social Rights and Agenda 2030 of the social-communist government of Spain,” according to Info Catolica.

Info Catolica commented:

With the new law, therefore, sexual acts with animals that do not cause the need for a veterinarian’s intervention are excluded as a crime.

This is just one of the contentious issues of a law that, for example, would punish someone with jail for killing a rat that enters their home.


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