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    • Anonymous on Thu 07 Jul 2011
    • 09:33:18 PM UTC

    Bestiality / Zoophilia

    Recently found these sites containing zoophilia. In my opinion is the best choice "Ethical issues" or "Hateful or questionable content" comment categories to comment them. Others may choose "Adult content". From my side rated only "Child safety".

    bestialityfarmsex.com
    zootube365.com
    freebestialityporn.net
    petsex.com
    bestial.forumteen.biz
    bestialitytube.com
    bestiality.com
    extremedogsex.com

    Please, rate them accordingly.

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    • MysteryFCM on Thu 07 Jul 2011
    • 09:52:47 PM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    Reported them to the IWF :o)

    Regards Steven Burn I.T. Mate / hpHosts it-mate.co.uk / hosts-file.net

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    • SuperHero58 on Fri 08 Jul 2011
    • 08:42:34 AM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    Amazing !
    Thank you and Rated !

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    • MysteryFCM on Fri 08 Jul 2011
    • 01:01:19 PM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    Just a word of caution folks. For those of you in the UK, so much as loading these sites is against the law, and could potentially get you prosecuted, regardless of the reason you loaded them.

    Regards Steven Burn I.T. Mate / hpHosts it-mate.co.uk / hosts-file.net

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    • IssViews (not verified) on Fri 08 Jul 2011
    • 01:43:44 PM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    Originally posted by: MysteryFCM
    Just a word of caution folks. For those of you in the UK, so much as loading these sites is against the law, and could potentially get you prosecuted, regardless of the reason you loaded them.

    Agreed which is why I stay well away from any porn sites (not that I like them anyway) as CP is rife and certain to increase the chances of you colar being felt by the 'old bill' (police).

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    • SuperHero58 on Fri 08 Jul 2011
    • 03:38:53 PM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia Rating ?

    @ MysteryFCM = I rated them as a group via MRT and I hope that will make a big difference, I do not have an idea of what is going on nor do I want to know outside the fact that their names say a great deal about these sites

    I wanted to rate them w/o going to the sites, but this is a recurring problem with problematic sites that could leave traces in the hard disk, better to report them to proper authorities than to compromise your computers

    There is never a way to remove completely garbage like this -

    Any feedback about this problem is greatly appreciated!

    Best regards

    Edit =

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    • Jazspeak on Fri 08 Jul 2011
    • 05:46:12 PM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    Originally posted by: IssViews
    ...as CP is rife and certain to increase the chances of you colar being felt by the 'old bill' (police).

    I also usually stay well away from porn sites (not my cup of tea). Those sites are not CP (although it is conceivable that there are links on those sites to CP), and I briefly visited each of the sites in the OP list to confirm their existence and front page content (yuk, indeed) before using the MRT to rate and comment.

    If the Old Bill want to come and feel my collar then I would happily make a statement raising the question as to why they (the Old Bill) are not doing more to shut down such sites, and ask why it is being left to WOT members to provide warnings of such sites.

    ~Music is not just for the Masses~

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    • IssViews (not verified) on Fri 08 Jul 2011
    • 06:21:24 PM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    Originally posted by: Jazspeak
    I also usually stay well away from porn sites (not my cup of tea). Those sites are not CP (although it is conceivable that there are links on those sites to CP), ....

    I didn't mean to brand them as CP sites I was meaning that CP is so rife on the Internet, the chances are quite good of encountering one from general porn links, especially the really exotic sites that deal with grossly perverse content.
    Originally posted by: Jazspeak
    If the Old Bill want to come and feel my collar then I would happily make a statement raising the question as to why they (the Old Bill) are not doing more to shut down such sites, and ask why it is being left to WOT members to provide warnings of such sites.

    I quite agreee with your good counter arguement to 'the old bill' but I somehow doubt it will get you anywhere if they have reason to believe you have CP on your system.

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    • MysteryFCM on Fri 08 Jul 2011
    • 06:31:21 PM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    Originally posted by: Jazspeak
    If the Old Bill want to come and feel my collar then I would happily make a statement raising the question as to why they (the Old Bill) are not doing more to shut down such sites, and ask why it is being left to WOT members to provide warnings of such sites.

    That's not a valid defence as far as UK law is concerned, so wouldn't get you anywhere.

    Regards Steven Burn I.T. Mate / hpHosts it-mate.co.uk / hosts-file.net

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    • Jazspeak on Fri 08 Jul 2011
    • 06:40:56 PM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    Originally posted by: MysteryFCM
    That's not a valid defence as far as UK law is concerned, so wouldn't get you anywhere.

    The publicity from any such defence would go a long way towards getting the Old Bill, and the Courts, to do more to shut down such sites. As someone who has already successfully changed UK Laws (see: Re B Section 91/14 (duration) 2003 [2004] 1FLR 871), I would be confident of my ability to persuade the UK Courts to take appropriate action in such instances.

    Edit: In 2006 I also successfully argued in the Court of Appeal that children should be independently represented in Court, which reinforced UK Law that was not previously being properly applied by the Courts (see: Neutral Citation Number: [2006] EWCA Civ 716) Also see: ECHR reference number: 41028/06 (another example of my taking the UK Courts to task for failing to properly protect children). These examples amply demonstrate that I have already expended a great deal of time and resources for the beneficial protection of children in the UK.

    ~Music is not just for the Masses~

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    • SuperHero58 on Fri 08 Jul 2011
    • 06:42:43 PM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    @all = Forgive my ignorance , but what is a CP ?

    thank you

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    • Zenon™ (not verified) on Fri 08 Jul 2011
    • 06:46:56 PM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    List of domains/hosts:

    animal-sex-stories.net
    horsefuckwives.com
    beast-cartoons.com
    dogsfucksgirls.com
    farmcumblog.com
    xxxbizarre.net
    beastiality-pictures.com
    yourfreaktube.com
    dog-doing-girl.com
    horse-sex.net
    dogsex.tv
    animalxclips.com
    animalporntv.com
    zooxmania.com
    zoosextv.com
    zoodump.com
    zoosex.tv
    bestbeastmovies.com
    animalrank.com
    animal-cartoons.com
    animal-drawings.com
    animalrating.com
    animaltoplist.com
    beast-art.com
    beastrank.com
    beastrating.com
    beasttoplist.com
    horsecockloving.com
    slutsandhorses.com
    zoodrawings.com
    zoompegs.com
    zootoplist.com
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    • IssViews (not verified) on Fri 08 Jul 2011
    • 06:52:35 PM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    Originally posted by: SuperHero58
    @all = Forgive my ignorance , but what is a CP ?

    thank you

    Child pornography.

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    • uhka tutka (not verified) on Fri 08 Jul 2011
    • 08:07:54 PM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    poistettu

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    • leofelix on Fri 08 Jul 2011
    • 08:21:13 PM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    Originally posted by: uhka tutka
    Nice list.
    A little update to that one though:

    animaltoplist.com = unable to connect
    beasttoplist.com = unable to connect
    zootoplist.com = unable to connect

    Those 3 servers are down and out.

    http://www.netirk.com/

    Date Website Status Code

    2011-07-08 21:51:27 animaltoplist.com ONLINE 200

    2011-07-08 21:52:41 beasttoplist.com ONLINE 200

    2011-07-08 21:55:31 zootoplist.com ONLINE 200

    and according to Traffic Lite beta the last site contains malware

    Visited using a trusted proxy and SRware Iron sandboxed

    festina lente (hurry slowly)

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    • Zenon™ (not verified) on Fri 08 Jul 2011
    • 08:26:52 PM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    Originally posted by: uhka tutka
    Nice list.

    A little update to that one though:

    animaltoplist.com = unable to connect
    beasttoplist.com = unable to connect
    zootoplist.com = unable to connect

    Those 3 servers are down and out.

    Try to append a www-prefix.

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    • SuperHero58 on Fri 08 Jul 2011
    • 08:37:42 PM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    @Issviews = Thanks and I hope those people go to hell , soon !

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    • MysteryFCM on Sat 09 Jul 2011
    • 02:28:56 AM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    Originally posted by: Jazspeak
    The publicity from any such defence would go a long way towards getting the Old Bill, and the Courts, to do more to shut down such sites. As someone who has already successfully changed UK Laws (see: Re B Section 91/14 (duration) 2003 [2004] 1FLR 871), I would be confident of my ability to persuade the UK Courts to take appropriate action in such instances.

    Edit: In 2006 I also successfully argued in the Court of Appeal that children should be independently represented in Court, which reinforced UK Law that was not previously being properly applied by the Courts (see: Neutral Citation Number: [2006] EWCA Civ 716) Also see: ECHR reference number: 41028/06 (another example of my taking the UK Courts to task for failing to properly protect children). These examples amply demonstrate that I have already expended a great deal of time and resources for the beneficial protection of children in the UK.

    1. Family and CP laws are two entirely different animals so experience dealing with one, doesn't mean you've got authority or experience or sway, with the other

    2. Just because you've had experience, doesn't mean others have, and definitely doesn't mean others should "take the risk" on the *hope* they can get away with the excuse you've said you'll use.

    Regards Steven Burn I.T. Mate / hpHosts it-mate.co.uk / hosts-file.net

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    • Jazspeak on Sat 09 Jul 2011
    • 08:40:10 AM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    Originally posted by: MysteryFCM
    1. Family and CP laws are two entirely different animals so experience dealing with one, doesn't mean you've got authority or experience or sway, with the other

    2. Just because you've had experience, doesn't mean others have, and definitely doesn't mean others should "take the risk" on the *hope* they can get away with the excuse you've said you'll use.

    Whilst the Laws are different, the processes are the same. Although I have those experiences, I do not claim any authority. I am not a trained lawyer but am an intelligent, resourceful, and strong-willed citizen determined to leave this world in a better state than when I came into it.

    In addition to the examples that I gave, I can point to a case this year (Case Number 471100087978 heard at Worthing Magistrates Court) that has thrown a spanner into the workings of a significant aspect of Criminal Law and raised some very serious questions about the the duration of the age of minority. So my experience and successes do go beyond Family Law.

    I don't expect others to take the risk, and I support your advice that it is not a good idea for people to take those risks unless they are willing and able to defend their actions in a Court of Law. I am both willing and able.

    Incidently, I take issue with your description, "the excuse you've said you'll use", and would argue that they are valid reasons and are not excuses. Furthermore, it is one thing to anonymously rate sites but I am willing to put my money where my mouth is and make the real efforts to get improvements in the world in which we all live. I only wish that there were more people willing to do as much.

    Edit: FYI, the general public think that the age of majority is 18, whereas some government departments and agencies have defined the age of majority as being in some instances beyond the age of 21. The UK Courts have not defined the age of majority, and in the next year or so I shall be bringing an action that I hope will push the Courts into properly defining the age of majority in the UK. Once I have obtained a properly fixed definition of the age of majority then I intend bringing Private Criminal Prosecutions that could see members of the Judiciary being convicted of very serious criminal offences, and those offences carry a maximum sentence of life imprisonment.

    ~Music is not just for the Masses~

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    • Zenon™ (not verified) on Sat 09 Jul 2011
    • 08:53:41 AM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    Sorry, my dear Ladies and Gentlemen,

    I am not an moderator, of course. It could be done by moderators in order to inform. But your posts are clearly off-topic. What we are discussing about? Zoophilia or Pedophilia? Maybe to discuss pedophilia should be started another thread?

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    • IssViews (not verified) on Sat 09 Jul 2011
    • 09:14:39 AM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    Originally posted by: Zenon™
    Sorry, my dear Ladies and Gentlemen,

    I am not an moderator, of course. It could be done by moderators in order to inform. But your posts are clearly off-topic. What we are discussing about? Zoophilia or Pedophilia? Maybe to discuss pedophilia should be started another thread?

    You could say it is not off-topic in a sense as many very explicit and peverse adult sites who advertise teens etc, may well contain pictures of persons below the legal age which constitutes CP. As much as they will say 18+ it does not mean those in the pictures are of that age or older.

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    • Zenon™ (not verified) on Sat 09 Jul 2011
    • 09:37:03 AM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    Pedophilia - one thing, while Zoophilia is another thing. There is discussion about Zoophilia only, in this thread.
    Such as Casino scam and Pharmacy scam are definitely different things, despite the fact that they are online scams and they should be discussed in different threads.

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    • IssViews (not verified) on Sat 09 Jul 2011
    • 09:53:12 AM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    Please read exactly what I said in that post

    Originally posted by: IssViews
    You could say it is not off-topic in a sense as many very explicit and peverse adult sites who advertise teens etc, may well contain pictures of persons below the legal age which constitutes.........

    Whilst I do not want to turn this into a CP issue as its is Zoophilia, you cannot dismiss the fact above no matter what the porn is about.

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    • Zenon™ (not verified) on Sat 09 Jul 2011
    • 10:09:27 AM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    Ok, we should stop discussion about difference between various kinds of porn now (all we know, what is what), and continue this discussion as is.

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    • Scientific Frontline (not verified) on Sat 09 Jul 2011
    • 12:45:42 PM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    Originally posted by: Zenon™
    Ok, we should stop discussion about difference between various kinds of porn now (all we know, what is what), and continue this discussion as is.

    Personally dear,
    I don't consider this porn.

    It's a crime
    A crime against nature.
    It's rape, since animals cannot give willing consent.
    It's immoral.
    It's perversion of the highest degree.

    I would show more respect to a single-cell amoeba, a parasite, an invading army, then I would an individual that performs or endorses such acts.

    I personally would give them the death penalty for such a crime.

    There is not enough red we could give such people. Give me a few minute alone with them and justice would be served.

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    • Jazspeak on Sat 09 Jul 2011
    • 01:24:16 PM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    Originally posted by: Scientific Frontline
    ...It's a crime...I would show more respect to a single-cell amoeba...then I would an individual that performs or endorses such acts.

    I personally would give them the death penalty for such a crime.

    There is not enough red we could give such people. Give me a few minute alone with them and justice would be served.

    I completely agree that it is, or should be, a crime that ranks with rape and CP on the scale of nastiness. I wouldn't advocate the death penalty because I think that those engaged in such activities should live long enough to regret their actions, and death would be too lenient.

    ~Music is not just for the Masses~

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    • Scientific Frontline (not verified) on Sat 09 Jul 2011
    • 01:59:56 PM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    Originally posted by: Jazspeak
    I completely agree that it is, or should be, a crime that ranks with rape and CP on the scale of nastiness. I wouldn't advocate the death penalty because I think that those engaged in such activities should live long enough to regret their actions, and death would be too lenient.

    I have to admit Jazspeak,
    Its always been a personal debate with me.

    I do not have a problem with the death penalty, yet as you mentioned justice of spending life would be deserving justice if they ever felt any remorse.

    Yet then, what justice is it to taxpayers to house them for life. In most cases it costs more to be imprisoned daily then spending a night at a 5 star hotel.

    Sometimes just ridding this kind of infection from the planet would be better then personal satisfaction of their imprisonment.

    and the personal debate continues to be pondered.

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    • BobJam (not verified) on Sat 09 Jul 2011
    • 02:57:10 PM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    Originally posted by: Scientific Frontline
    I have to admit Jazspeak,
    Its always been a personal debate with me.

    I do not have a problem with the death penalty, yet as you mentioned justice of spending life would be deserving justice if they ever felt any remorse.

    Yet then, what justice is it to taxpayers to house them for life. In most cases it costs more to be imprisoned daily then spending a night at a 5 star hotel.

    Sometimes just ridding this kind of infection from the planet would be better then personal satisfaction of their imprisonment.

    and the personal debate continues to be pondered.

    So that the "off-topic police" don't attack, I've started a new thread titled "Death Penalty" in response to this post.

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    • Jazspeak on Sat 09 Jul 2011
    • 03:10:14 PM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    Originally posted by: Scientific Frontline
    I do not have a problem with the death penalty...

    Whilst this is getting very off-topic, my main concern with the death penalty is that once implemented there is no going back to rectify any misjudgements. If only one person is erroneously convicted and killed by the State, that is one person too many for me to agree to having a death penalty, and throughout history there have been many examples of the innocent being wrongly convicted.

    It is a contentious issue, and it is right that everyone should be concerned and have an ongoing personal debate about the death penalty. Certainly, a bullet in the back of the head is a heck of a lot cheaper (leaving aside the personal cost to the psyche of the executioner) than keeping someone in prison for any length of time but I am not sure that economics would be a valid criteria for deciding sentencing policy.

    The more vengeful part of me might suggest handing those involved in zoophilia, paedophilia, and so on, over to the government-funded sadists that like to indulge in torture (cf. Abu Graib, Guantanamo, et al) but the more socially-minded part of me would want to think that such criminals are capable of remorse and can be rehabilitated. So far, the more socially-minded part of me is still winning my personal debate.

    ~Music is not just for the Masses~

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    • IssViews (not verified) on Sat 09 Jul 2011
    • 05:24:44 PM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    Originally posted by: Scientific Frontline
    Personally dear,
    I don't consider this porn.

    It's a crime
    A crime against nature.
    It's rape, since animals cannot give willing consent.
    It's immoral.
    It's perversion of the highest degree.

    I would show more respect to a single-cell amoeba, a parasite, an invading army, then I would an individual that performs or endorses such acts.

    My centiments exactly. If a person is sexually aroused by looking at this perverse stuff then they have serious psychological issues and this leaves me wondering what they are capable of doing when this thrill no longer satisfies their needs.

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    • AlphaCentauri on Sat 09 Jul 2011
    • 10:44:41 PM UTC

    RE: Bestiality / Zoophilia

    I don't think it's illegal where I am, so I looked at some of the stills (not videos). The few I looked at are women and animals, mostly women and house pets. So I didn't see anything that would compare to penetrative rape. It's kind of like what your dog does when women visitors come in the front door, except without the clothes. There are some women having oral sex with farm animals, though I suspect the animals were sedated for the safety of the woman underneath, much as is done by cattle farmers for collecting semen for animal husbandry. It's pretty pathetic that anyone considers this arousing.

    Yes, WOT has a wiki. Check there first for fast answers to many questions like "Why is my site rated red, and how do I fix that?"