Proposed Massachusetts legislation would dramatically lessen the penalty for bestiality

The Bay State’s egregious effort to decriminalize sex with Ted Kennedy continues.

Mass. Senate bill #938 doesn’t make bestiality legal, but provides options for less severe penalties for forced sex with animals. Dogs, cats, cows and sheep are a bit more nervous this morning, while lonely peckerwoods and frat pledges are slightly relieved.

In spite of the relaxed law, remember one thing America:


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