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Zoo Research and Data Earls, C. & Lalumière, M. (2002). A Case Study of Preferential Bestiality (Zoophilia)

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Earls, Christopher & Lalumière, Martin (2002). A Case Study of Preferential
Bestiality (Zoophilia). Sexual abuse : a journal of research and treatment.
14. 83-8. 10.1023/A:1013033611907.


Article Type: Research Article

Keywords: bestiality, zoophilia, phallometry.

Abstract

Humans show a wide array of sexual preferences and behaviors. Although most
humans prefer and have sex with consenting adults of the opposite sex, some
individuals have unconventional preferences with regard to the sex or age of
sexual partners, or with regard to the nature of sexual activities.

In this paper, we describe a rare case of preferential bestiality, or zoophilia. The
client meets the most stringent criteria for the diagnosis of zoophilia. In particular,
his phallometrically measured arousal pattern shows a sexual preference for horses
over other species, including humans.

This article is posted for educational and informational purposes only.
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