An Attempt to Understand Zoophilia


'Leda and the Swan' by Pieter Paul Rubens, (1577-1640) Fine Art Images/Heritage Images/Getty Images

Human culture emerges from a legacy of lives lived in close proximity to wild and domesticated animals. We see it in our myths and, in its most taboo and perplexing form, we see it in zoophilia. In this episode of Stuff to Blow Your Mind, Robert and Christian attempt to demystify this abnormal realm of human behavior in a straightforward, tactful manner.

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Topics in this Podcast: christian sager, psychology, sex, human experience, mythology

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