The very fact that the term bestiality is being replaced by “zoophilia” is evidence that the act is becoming normalized as the (new) latter term attempts to overcome the (justifiably) negative connotations of the former. Yet even before bestiality becomes officially okay, one European country is taking the leap to animal prostitution. J. Christian Adams at PJ Media notes:

If you ever wondered what lies at the bottom of the slippery slope, go to Germany. There, you will find Europe’s modern moral and cultural bankruptcy on open display. There, you can visit one of many “erotic zoos” and partake in sex with animals for a price.

One lobbyist says there are 100,000 perverts zoophiles in Germany and he says “Mere morals have no place in law.” As I noted in 2003, Ross Clark was predicting that equal rights for “zoo couples” was the next big equality crusade. I wondered at the time who would publicly lobby for the right to have sex with animals: “One would expect that bestiality, a sick perversion, would be, as one wit has said, the love that dare not bark its name. It would seem highly unlikely that anyone would come forward to admit an attraction to animals.” But apparently there are bestiality lobbyists, who are really pushing for pansexualism, an anything goes (im)morality.