From — believe it or not — Scientific American, research psychologist Jesse Bering’s charming reflections on how science is paving the way for an even wider celebration of diversity. Excerpt:
In any event, philosophical questions aside, I simply find it astounding–and incredibly fascinating from an evolutionary perspective–that so many people (as much as a full percent of the general population) are certifiable zoophiles. And scientific researchers appear to be slowly conceding that zoophilia may be a genuine human sexual orientation.
What would we do without scientific researchers? More:
Still, just as you probably do, I have a slew of unanswered questions that have yet to be addressed by researchers.
Actually, I have no questions at all. None. Well, maybe a couple, like “Does this get funded through the NIH or the National Endowment for the Arts?” and “Where’s my shotgun?”
UPDATE: A case of posso-necrophilia? Hell, I think I might be related to that there feller.