Claudine de Culam

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Claudine de Culam

Claudine de Culam (c. 1584/1585 – 1601) was a sixteen-year-old girl who was tried and hanged for the act of bestiality with a dog in Rognon, France.[1]

The judge appointed female assistants in order to put the dog and the girl to the test. As the women undressed Claudine, the dog attempted to mount her. On the basis of this evidence both the dog and the young woman were strangled to death, their bodies burned and their ashes scattered 'that as little trace as possible might remain to remind mankind of their monstrous deeds.'[2]

See also

References

  1. Hastings Donnan, Fiona Magowan, Transgressive sex: subversion and control in erotic encounters, 2009, pp. 95 and 96.
  2. Robert E. L. Masters, The hidden world of erotica: forbidden sexual behaviour and morality, 1973, pp. 16 and 38.

External links

  • Bering, Jesse (Mar 24, 2010). "Zoophiles Make Scientists Rethink Human Sexuality". Scientific American. Bering in Mind.