We understand that the media we publish, and the activities featured and discussed on our websites, exist in an ethical grey area.
Publicly speaking of course, the nature of the lifestyle choices suggested here are considered ethically wrong in the same way that homosexuality was once considered a sickness. Fortunately, ethics are a personal or cultural matter; where minds are capable of rational thought, it is duty to “speak your truth quietly and clearly”.
This statement is intended to inform those who do not understand the topics presented herein. It is not intended to justify any behaviors; the fact that this body of text exists and is being read suggests that we do not need to justify anything in order to proceed. That being said, we feel that such a text may prove positive in some respect.
We do not endorse nor condone any act of cruelty toward any animal – human or non-human.
We do not believe the sexual act to be cruel or evil. Instead, we consider it to be a natural, healthy form of expression provided consent is given.
As to matters of consent, it is said that spoken communication is some 60 to 70% non-verbal. This is how travelers to foreign cities manage to navigate around and get things done despite not speaking a single word of a language.
Any experienced animal owner will attest to understanding with clarity communications such as:
- “I want to go out”
- “I want my dinner”
- “I don’t like this”
- “I like that”
And so on.
A dog frantically trying to have sex with you is fairly self explanatory. Mutilating the animals genetalia, we feel, is not the most ethical response should such a communication arise.
Lines of communication are wide open for those who choose to take the time to understand the entities they live alongside.
Our animals are particularly well cared for, and do not hesitate to involve themselves fully when the opportunity to engage presents itself. A dog does not do what he does because he has been trained. Sexual response cannot be trained – and there is no need to. This activity is a natural response. Generally speaking, boys will be boys.
An aroused male is a healthy male. Stress, fear, poor diet or mistreatment – any of these things will affect the libido of any male. Therefore it is important and to everyones advantage that our animals are cared for with the same verve as any champion racehorse.
Regarding what various religious doctrines prescribe regarding these activities – the interaction and symbiosis between species existed long before any such doctrine was penned, and exists still today. Typically, the reasons for rejecting these behaviors was, and is, political. No more need be said about that here.
Nonetheless, in terms of preventing cruelty and abuse, we feel as strongly about these matters as those who may find these activities “uncomfortable” given their present understanding.
Animals in our care are part of the family. Tended to, fully inoculated, with regular veterinary checkups and grooming. Our animals receive plenty of exercise, and take a raw food diet as it is considered the healthiest alternative. You will find no mistreated animals here.
Presented with the opportunity, our animals will have sex with you in a heartbeat (whoever you are). The choice to accept or decline is naturally yours, however as to which choice is cruel and which is not is merely a matter of perspective and understanding.
We do not support publication of media depicting cruelty toward, or suffering of any animal.
We do not support publication of opinions which endorse cruelty to animals.
If media is presented to us depicting an animal which does not appear to be well cared for, we will not accept it for publication.
We only accept and publish media depicting active involvement of any male. If a male animal is passively involved, this may be considered “forcing” and we will not accept it.
We only publish media depicting male animals with female models. We do not endorse or publish any media depicting female animals as this may be considered “forcing”. It is not our position to judge such media, however it is our choice to endeavor to keep the delineation between cruelty and consent as clear as possible.
Bestiality is a word meaning everything that is heinous and horrific. It is a word generally used to describe those involved with sexual relations with animals – from animal rapists and abusers, to those who simply include healthy sexual expression as an interesting addition to an otherwise normal and caring relationship with a beloved pet.
Subsequently, those engaging in said activities cannot be categorized in a single term; as such, they should not be considered equal in the same way that a serial rapist could be considered equal to a loyal spouse simply because they both engage in male/female penetrative sex.
We would ask you to remember that ethics are moral opinions, which change wildly from location to location, and from one minute to the next. We would ask you to base your opinions on common sense and personal perspective, instead of adopting uninformed views and opinions developed by others on your behalf, with no clear reason or motivation.
We hope this has given you a brief glimpse into our attitude towards animals. Your understanding is not expected, but should any be forthcoming it is appreciated.