Women of ZV, what's your opinion on men fucking female animals?

Women of ZV, what's your opinion on men fucking female dogs?

  • I think it's hot!

    Votes: 38 39.2%
  • I'm okay with it.

    Votes: 18 18.6%
  • I'm indifferent.

    Votes: 9 9.3%
  • I don't really care for it, but don't hate those who practice it.

    Votes: 13 13.4%
  • I don't like it at all.

    Votes: 19 19.6%

  • Total voters
    97

FloofyNewfie

The Floofy Moderator
Staff member
Hello women of Zooville,

So I'm a bit curious what a lot of women's opinions are on men having sex with female animals? I've seen seen reactions of "I think it's hot" to "I think it's nothing but rape, no matter what." So for the women of ZooVille, how do you feel about it? This is of course, taking into consideration that the animal outwardly appears to be enjoying herself as well.
 

Wolf2

Zooville Settler
Why can only women comment? Dumbass. For the record I think it’s possibly abusive. I say possibly because there’s no research on it. Inflammation definitely is possible but that doesn’t seem to concern a lot of men. Or the possibility of harm. Most zoos don’t actually understand animal physiology. Need more information.
 
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Jewelry Fish

Guest
I guess I'm on the fence.

One one hand, no harm could be done, as not all men have these massive dicks, and not all bitches have small holes. Plus, I've seen a a few rare clips where the bitch actually seems to be enjoying herself and the guy is being gentle.

On the other hand, it's a lot harder to tell if a female enjoys something than if a male does. At least, in my eyes. You have to be pretty careful to make sure you're not doing something against her will or hurting her.

As long as you're careful, you should be fine, and no harm could be done.
 

FloofyNewfie

The Floofy Moderator
Staff member
I guess I'm on the fence.

One one hand, no harm could be done, as not all men have these massive dicks, and not all bitches have small holes. Plus, I've seen a a few rare clips where the bitch actually seems to be enjoying herself and the guy is being gentle.

On the other hand, it's a lot harder to tell if a female enjoys something than if a male does. At least, in my eyes. You have to be pretty careful to make sure you're not doing something against her will or hurting her.

As long as you're careful, you should be fine, and no harm could be done.
I get where you're coming from. In my time in the scene I've seen my fair share of abusive porn involving men and female animals. But on the other side of the coin I've also seen my fair share of women abusing male animals as well. However, for the latter case it's mainly "commercial porn" where this happens. I'm talking about dry hand jobs, cutting the dog's dick with her teeth during a blow job, and trying for like 5 minutes to get the male dog horny when he's simply not wanting to participate but the woman is not wanting to back off. (This also happens with M/M dog porn and IRL interactions of course.)

I think we can all agree that ABUSE SUCKS! No matter the gender nor sexual orientation of the person, and no matter the sex of the animal involved.

Really the reason I posted this poll ages ago was because there is a small segment of women out there that believe that ALL men on any female critters is abusive no matter what. No ifs, ands, nor buts, it doesn't matter to them, it's abuse with no exceptions. So I was kind of curious to see if I could get any kind of number and statistics about this.
 

FloofyNewfie

The Floofy Moderator
Staff member
On the other hand, it's a lot harder to tell if a female enjoys something than if a male does. At least, in my eyes.
It's all about body language, body language, body language, and I can't stress this enough... body language. With canines consent often comes from the non-verbal variety. So it is absolutely imperative that you learn their body language first, as this is the most effective way to communicate with you. As obviously they cannot give you a spoken "yes" or "no."

There are a few signs you'd want to look out for...

She is interested:

Usually flagging is the number one thing you'd want to look out for. This is where the female points her rear end towards you and parts her tail off to the side revealing her vulva to you. When a female canine is not in heat it's usually a little more of a subtle parting of the tail. However, when a female is in heat usually she will part her tail wildly. She may also lift her tail and swing it side to side.

Another sign you'd want to look out for is the female "aligning her tract." The vaginal tract is usually located 1-1.5 inches above the initial entrance of the vulva. What she'll do is lift her vulva up so that a male dog (or in this case a human) can easily enter her going straight in. She wishes to initiate sexual contact with you and is making it easy for the male to do so. Sometimes touching her just above her vulva will initiate this response, but other times she'll just do it when flagging and no touching is necessary.

Lastly, if you do decide she's inviting you for sexual contact and you decide to touch her, what is her response? She should be happy panting and backing herself up towards you. If you are actually inserting a finger you should feel an erect clitoris. (Which will feel like a semi hard lump just blow the entrance of the vagina itself.) You'll also want to make sure that you re not too big for her penis size wise.


She is not interested:

The most obvious sign is definitely her trying to pull away from you. She may also try to turn her head towards you, to come face-to-face with you. A more uncommon one that not everyone knows about, is what I call "step dancing" where the dog is lifting her hind legs in a stepping motion while you are initiating sexual contact with her. This is a sign that she's uncomfortable. If you initiate sexual contact and her first reaction is to sit down, she does not want said sexual contact. She may also tuck her tail tightly over her vulva and may even hunch her back while doing so. And lastly, excessive hollering, whining, and barking (it should never get to the level of "excessive".) There are more signs, but these are what I can think of from the top of my head, and are the most common to look out for.

If my doggy girl displays any of these negative signs, sexual contact stops immediately. There is no ifs, ands, or buts about it. You are to stop, and you are to pet her and let her know she has done nothing wrong by rejecting your advances. It's always important to let the dog know she absolutely has a choice in the matter. You should never try and "train" negative sexual body language responses out of her for your own gratification. Mutual pleasure is away the key.
 
J

Jewelry Fish

Guest
It's all about body language, body language, body language, and I can't stress this enough... body language. With canines consent often comes from the non-verbal variety. So it is absolutely imperative that you learn their body language first, as this is the most effective way to communicate with you. As obviously they cannot give you a spoken "yes" or "no."

There are a few signs you'd want to look out for...

She is interested:

Usually flagging is the number one thing you'd want to look out for. This is where the female points her rear end towards you and parts her tail off to the side revealing her vulva to you. When a female canine is not in heat it's usually a little more of a subtle parting of the tail. However, when a female is in heat usually she will part her tail wildly. She may also lift her tail and swing it side to side.

Another sign you'd want to look out for is the female "aligning her tract." The vaginal tract is usually located 1-1.5 inches above the initial entrance of the vulva. What she'll do is lift her vulva up so that a male dog (or in this case a human) can easily enter her going straight in. She wishes to initiate sexual contact with you and is making it easy for the male to do so. Sometimes touching her just above her vulva will initiate this response, but other times she'll just do it when flagging and no touching is necessary.

Lastly, if you do decide she's inviting you for sexual contact and you decide to touch her, what is her response? She should be happy panting and backing herself up towards you. If you are actually inserting a finger you should feel an erect clitoris. (Which will feel like a semi hard lump just blow the entrance of the vagina itself.) You'll also want to make sure that you re not too big for her penis size wise.


She is not interested:

The most obvious sign is definitely her trying to pull away from you. She may also try to turn her head towards you, to come face-to-face with you. A more uncommon one that not everyone knows about, is what I call "step dancing" where the dog is lifting her hind legs in a stepping motion while you are initiating sexual contact with her. This is a sign that she's uncomfortable. If you initiate sexual contact and her first reaction is to sit down, she does not want said sexual contact. She may also tuck her tail tightly over her vulva and may even hunch her back while doing so. And lastly, excessive hollering, whining, and barking (it should never get to the level of "excessive".) There are more signs, but these are what I can think of from the top of my head, and are the most common to look out for.

If my doggy girl displays any of these negative signs, sexual contact stops immediately. There is no ifs, ands, or buts about it. You are to stop, and you are to pet her and let her know she has done nothing wrong by rejecting your advances. It's always important to let the dog know she absolutely has a choice in the matter. You should never try and "train" negative sexual body language responses out of her for your own gratification. Mutual pleasure is away the key.

Yeah, I figured you knew your stuff. I've seen a lot of your posts about you and your newfie in the short time I've been here (She's gorgeous, btw <3)

For me, I guess I have a bit of a harder time reading female body language as I've grown up primarily around males.

But yeah, regarding your first response, I definitely don't believe it's abuse in all cases. Females can consent and enjoy sex just as much as males do, they're just a bit more subtle about it. You sound like you have a lot of experience and have a very strong connection with your girl, so I don't think you really have to worry :)
 

FloofyNewfie

The Floofy Moderator
Staff member
Yeah, I figured you knew your stuff. I've seen a lot of your posts about you and your newfie in the short time I've been here (She's gorgeous, btw <3)

For me, I guess I have a bit of a harder time reading female body language as I've grown up primarily around males.

But yeah, regarding your first response, I definitely don't believe it's abuse in all cases. Females can consent and enjoy sex just as much as males do, they're just a bit more subtle about it. You sound like you have a lot of experience and have a very strong connection with your girl, so I don't think you really have to worry :)
It's definitely important for everyone, in my opinion, to learn the body language of your intended animal love partner. May it be canine, bovine, equine, feline, or even cervine. Animals don't have a voice to speak, so it is up to us to learn what they are trying to communicate, we have to be their voice.

I got most my knowledge from talking to more experienced zoos over the years, as well as how-to guides and participating in the forum setting for a while now. Before you ever touch an animal in any sexual manner it's important to know what you're doing. That goes with male and female animals. As it's not just inserting rod A into slot B, it a whole lot more complicated than that.

Yeah, I figured you knew your stuff. I've seen a lot of your posts about you and your newfie in the short time I've been here (She's gorgeous, btw <3)
Indeed, she is my all, my everything, and my world. Our relationship isn't just about sex, it's about the relationship we have with one another. Sex is just a fun little bonus. Also thanks! I think she gorgeous too! Hehe
 

Wolf2

Zooville Settler
Make dick in horse pussy is probably as safe as it gets lol since that thing is designed to have a fucking sledge hammer of a dick shoved into it.
 

Mammal-lover

Citizen of Zooville
I dont really watch it since its not my cup of tea but if she's consenting to your probing then I dont really care one way or another
 

Stutensindwunderbar

Citizen of Zooville
I'm a guy, but I think it's ok for some people to think they are being raped. Because anyone that thinks that most likely just doesn't know. Now there are some instances where it really does look like rape, but for te mos part in my experience. Zoos do not rape their partners. By definition a Zoophile/sexual (whichever term they prefer) is one that has a deep emotional love for their animal partner, most of the time the relationships are not always sexual everyday. Now, I have nothing against beastialists that only do it for a fetish as long as their partner is enjoying the sex, but mostly it will be beastialists that rape. Again this is not a post downing beastialists, it's just statistics
 

Macropos

Tourist
I've known quite a few women who are into watching it, or RPing as a female animal, mostly through furry sites rather than zoo. However they seem to lose interest in the zoo guys they find very quickly, and were generally unstable otherwise...
 

MishaCZ

Citizen of Zooville
I am absolutely okay with that, female animals have sexual needs just like us. But of course, on condition that the person in question has bright enough brain to think not only about himself getting off but thinks about the animal too. As long as there is a consent and no harm is done, go for it.
That being said, make sure your partner is not only mature, but also physically big enough.
 
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808zoo

Citizen of Zooville
I think it’s hot if she’s enjoying it. I’ve personally had female dog lovers and know without a fucking doubt that they know what sex is and how to ask for it. I’ve also seen a few videos where she’s definitely not enjoying it and those piss me off.
 

Zalanthe

Citizen of Zooville
As long as the guy in question can read the dog's attitude and as long as it is done when she'll allow it and not just whenever he feels like he needs it, then it's fine.
 

Dogslucy

Tourist
Well, I think that is different male and female, with a dog male is easier because they are jumping when they want, but, I don't know about the dog female, it's an art if you get that you female dog get horny.
 

Chiara2003

Esteemed Citizen of ZV
I don’t agree with it… I won’t judge…
Even 4 meee … sometimes I haven’t really been in the mood… an have a guy basically push himself on me and guilt me 4 not doing it… afterwards it’s just not a great feeling… but I can at least talk about it… dogs can’t.
 
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