Yes, somebody actually said that

“It is unthinkable that any sexual act with an animal is punished without proof that the animal has come to any harm.  We see animals as partners and not as a means of gratification. We don’t force them to do anything. Animals are much easier to understand than women.”

— Michael Kiok, expressing opposition to a German law that would criminalize bestiality.

The mind boggles.   Ed  Peters, meantime, has more. 

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