Words and wording does matter. For instance when participating in some good old fashion S&M you are giving a “safe word” to call out when enough is enough. For example when your titties are being twisted too hard, you yell out, “PEACH BLOSSOM” and then your mate will/should stop. Florida has finally made it official, no more bestiality! The problems creeps in when there are loose definition of words like “animal.” The wording in the bill passed banning bestiality last week bans sex with animals. The problem is “we” are also animals (no, not like a pig in the bedroom).
An act relating to sexual activities involving animals; creating s. 828.126, F.S.; providing definitions; prohibiting knowing sexual conduct or sexual contact with an animal; prohibiting specified related activities; providing penalties; providing that the act does not apply to certain husbandry, conformation judging, and veterinary practices; providing an effective date.
“Sexual contact” means any contact, however slight, between the mouth, sex organ, or anus of a person and the sex organ or anus of an animal, or any penetration, however slight, of any part of the body of the person into the sex organ or anus of an animal, or any penetration of the sex organ or anus of the person into the mouth of the animal, for the purpose of sexual gratification or sexual arousal of the person.
- Bills banning bestiality, baggy pants pass in Fla. (msnbc.msn.com)
- The Writhing South Continues to Fall, Bestiality to be Outlawed in Florida (thescruff.wordpress.com)
- Lede of the Day (outsidethebeltway.com)