According to survey, one in three rural Brazilians practice beastiality

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No, that is not a Brazilian; yes, that is Daniel Radcliffe; no, he is not wearing pants.

In the name of science and the fight against cancer, researchers in Brazil ventured forth to find an answer, or perhaps answers, to a simple question: What causes penile cancer?

The cadre of urologists assembled 492 Brazilian men, including 118 penile cancer patients.  The survey would result in two startling revelations – first and foremost, that having sex with an animal is a risk factor for penile cancer, and to a slightly lesser extent, that 35% of rural Brazilians have had sex with an animal.

Though the zoophiliacs reported a wide range of animals and frequencies of encounter, the data showed only 32% (yikes!) of men without penile cancer reported sex with an animal, whereas 45% of the cancer patients had said the same thing.  According to lead author Stjnio de Cassio Zequi:

‘Perhaps animal tissues are less soft than ours, and non-human secretions would be toxic for us.’

It’s still really, really gross. [Source; Image]

 

About the author: E. Thomas Drakes

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  • Baddogmikey283

    Really, guys – if you’re going to snigger about other people’s sexual practices, you could learn how to spell them; it’s “bestiality”. And according to a recent report on drones in Afghanistan, spotting the locals in action (camels? dogs? chickens? -they didn’t say, dammit) is one of the favourite time-outs for the operators.

  • Baddogmikey283

    Really, guys – if you’re going to snigger about other people’s sexual practices, you could learn how to spell them; it’s “bestiality”. And according to a recent report on drones in Afghanistan, spotting the locals in action (camels? dogs? chickens? -they didn’t say, dammit) is one of the favourite time-outs for the operators.

 

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