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LA Times Warns Readers About Bestiality-Related Cancer

We’re gonna to go ahead and agree with LA Times reporter Scott Collins on this one. He’s referring to a piece in his paper called, “Sex with animals may be tied to risk of penile cancer, study shows.” Now, we’re not certain. This is LA after all. But we’re pretty sure Times readers don’t need a headline warning them of the health risks of beastiality.

Meanwhile, the piece itself contains some of the most revolting, yet strangely fascinating statistics we’ve ever seen. For instance we learn that 38% percent of men in the study had monogamous relationships with their animal partner of choice. We also learn that, as animal lovers go, “mares were the most common, followed by donkeys, mules, goats, chickens, calves, cows, dogs, sheep and pigs.”

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