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Zoo Research and Data Social Scientific Analysis of Human-Animal Sexual Interactions

This is a Published paper released this year 2020, and its an interesting read, i've been going through all the paper on Pubmed (https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/) from 1985-2020 related to bestiality & zoophilia and its interesting to see a trend of zoo being treated as a mental disorder, to a widespread possible orientation, and a generally softening of attitude towards zoos, and also a greater understanding under human sexuality.

This paper in particular i found to be remarkably unbiased, coving how bestiality in many cultures is acceptable socially and how this raises a double standard.

Full paper is available here: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7600587/

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Phenomenal read. The research paper dissected the history, practices, and modern trends around zoophlilia around the world without implicit western-bias.