Citations:zoophilia

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English citations of zoophilia

  • 1914, American Medicine, Volume 20, page 66:
    This is possibly the most charitable view to take of people whose whole life is dominated by a pathological zoophilia. There is some danger that they might influence a gullible legislature to pass laws interfering with the research...
  • 1915, Collier's, Volume 55, page 32:
    ...rather than to manifest a perverse zoophilia by pampering stray, ownerless, ofttimes infectious mangy cats -- filthy, biting, scratching cats -- which would be far better off from every rational and essentially humane point of view, in the lethal chamber.
  • 1919, Annual Report of the American Historical Association, page 364:
    ...a most clear-cut manifestation of the conventional stigmata of degenerate zoophilia -- that is to say, a morbid love for animals and a hypersensitiveness as to their comfort. These stigmata are (1) extravagance of purchase; (2) indifference of the purchaser; and (3) hypersensitiveness to the suffering of sick animals
  • 2007, James Gregory, Of Victorians and Vegetarians: The Vegetarian Movement in Nineteenth-century, →ISBN, page 37:
    Urbanization also encouraged that zoophilia which led to vegetarianism through a detachment from husbandry and agriculture.