Archives of Sexual Behavior

, Volume 32, Issue 6, pp 523–535

Zoophilia in Men: A Study of Sexual Interest in Animals

Authors

  • Colin J. Williams
    • Department of SociologyIndiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis
    • Department of SociologyIndiana University
Article

DOI: 10.1023/A:1026085410617

Cite this article as:
Williams, C.J. & Weinberg, M.S. Arch Sex Behav (2003) 32: 523. doi:10.1023/A:1026085410617

Abstract

This article presents a study of 114 self-defined zoophile men who were researched primarily through the use of an on-line questionnaire. We describe how the participants acquired the identity label of zoophile, what it meant to them, and their relationships among themselves. Also examined are how they eroticized animals and how human and feral characteristics combined to form this object choice. Finally, participants' sexual profiles with animals and humans, and how the balance of animal and human desires creates different forms of zoophilia, are described.

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