We knew for other reasons that having sex with animals was bad. But now new research has shed more light on the matter and it has been discovered that having sex with animals doubles your chances of having penis cancer.
The lead author of the study, Stenio de Cassion Zequi, explains that the reason behind the increased risk of penile cancer lies in the fact that long term sex with animals could result in micro traumas in the human penile tissue and also for reasons like animal tissues are less soft than for humans, or non human secretions can prove toxic to humans.
A member of the pro zoophilia group responded by saying that this research is likely to make people take more precautions when having sex with animals like wearing a condom but in no case will make a diehard zoophiles change his nature.
Beastiality remains illegal in many states and recently a law in Florida was passed banning any form of bestiality. The study was conducted using data provided by patient with penile cancer and healthy men who were interviewed between 2009 and 2010. It was also found that zoophiles suffered from more venereal diseases.