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Q: What is the difference between kinky and perverted?
A: Kinky, you use a feather. Perverted, you use the whole damn chicken.
In the UK, it is legal to have sex with a dead chicken, but not a live one.
(Sexual Offences Act 2003; refers quite specifically to sexual activity with a “living animal”)
In the UK, it is (generally) legal to have sex with a live person, but not a dead one.
(Sexual Offences Act 2003; refers quite specifically to sexual activity with a “dead person“)
In the UK, it is legal for you to pretend to have sex with a live chicken or a dead person, but soon anyone who looks at photos/video of you engaging in this legal activity will be breaking the law.
No, that’s not a joke… it’s labelled quite clearly:
It’s been a whole year since I published anything on Celebrity Bestiality.
Cheers to Clive for the heads-up.
A correction from Scott of loveandgarbage, who says; If you check s 142 you will note that the 2003 Act does not apply in Scotland (the law in Scotland on these topics is based on case law – on the position relating to actions with the deceased see para 5.28 of the following Scottish law Commission report (link) which indicates that there is difficulty in fitting it into any particular criminal act at the moment; and on animals our law the position was established in a case in 1845 that it is a crime to have “unnatural carnal connection with a beast” and whether or not the beast is alive is not specified in the commentaries – and it is suggested in the leading modern criminal law textbook that it is only a crime for a man to do so, the position for women is not clear). Under cl 149 of the new bill the provisions in Part 5 that you refer to do not apply to Scotland.
OK, who wants to be first to point out that Scott’s correction includes a link to a PDF file?