2022 Zooville.org Study - Measurement and Correlates of Zoophilic Interest Online - Peer Reviewed

Zoo Research and Data 2022 Zooville.org Study - Measurement and Correlates of Zoophilic Interest Online - Peer Reviewed

The Study was completed by the University of Saskatchewan and accepted into the Archives of Sexual Behavior after completing peer-review. The university resource is located here, and a copy of the .pdf was kindly provided for zooville.org


Alexandra Zidenberg, PhD
Department of Psychology.

Overseen by Prof. Dr. Mark Olver.

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aella_girl a human sexuality doctorate recently did a survey on reddit with approximately 40,000 participants and found about 10% if them were interested in zoophilia/bestiality. Surprisingly a very even response from both men and women. Its worth checking out. Look up the user Aella_girl. I'm sure she would be very interested in doing a study here as well.
For me, any scientific effort into getting a better understanding into Zoophilia is embraced and welcomed. It's the only effective way to tackle stigmata and prejudice, and I can only hope that one day scientific understanding will lead to a better and fairer jurisdiction in terms of regulating human-animal sexual contact.
Nice!! I'll definitely buy the article. As someone who identifies as an omnisexual zoosexual, I'm super excited to take a read 😄
It's taken too long but it's good to see it finally getting the green light. I may have not done the second survey. :/ At least I did participate in the first one.
Does anyone have the images shown in the "Animal Visual Stimuli" section of the second survey?
wow I’ll take a look.
Résztvettem benne, örülök hogy közzéteszik végre!
Didn't participate, but I'm very interested in the results. It's studying time ^ ^
Cool to see. I dont come around here much but i took part in the 2020 research project. Glad to finally see it.
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