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Literature

There is not much literature available on the subject of bestiality and zoophilia, despite the fact that humankind has been practicing interspecies love since we first began creating cave art depicting sex between people and animals (and likely before that, as well)!

Thanks to the internet, it is now easier than ever to pick up copies of books on this rare subject, sometimes by ordering a print book shipped to one’s address or even by simply downloading an ebook.

Some noteworthy non-fiction books include Midas Dekker’s Dearest Pet: On Bestiality (a thorough examination of bestiality in myth and the arts throughout history) as well as Hani Miletski’s Understanding Bestiality and Zoophilia (the first survey of zoos in the ‘general population’). Wet Goddess and The Horseman: Obsessions of a Zoophile are both excellent autobiographical books about men who have publicly come out as zoos.

For fictional accounts there are the novels Bear, His Monkey Wife, and Lady into Fox. The first is quite explicit (though it does not continue all the way to intercourse) while the last two rely more on implied sexual activity than titillating detail. A Passion in the Desert is one short story which is heavily suggestive but does not contain any explicitly sexual passages. For books written to sexually excite the reader, see erotica.

For those who don’t mind a bit of ‘amateur hour’ many zoo websites also have sections for stories, fantasies, and other tales of love and lust between mankind and every type of ‘beast’ imaginable. These will most often be explicit although one may occasionally find one which is more of a love story.

References

http://beastiality.club/beastiality-club-extreme-animal-sex-content/the-encyclopedia-of-zoophilia/