5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 28 November 1998
I read this book on a research project on human sexuality. Of the millions of titles available in our school library this was the only one dealing directly with sexual behavior between animals and humans. Other surveys touch upon bestiality but this is the only book I am aware of that is wholly dedicated to it. The author begins with a personal anecdote about her close encounter as a young woman. The only problem is that the translation does not read well. I hope that a better translator pops along in the future.
3 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 22 April 1999
I bought this book because it is something that i can relate to. Overall I give this book 4 stars. It is a rather poor transalation, it could be better but it is extreemly informative and i learned alot obout both the "historey" of zoophillia and about general sex practices that are conciddered "unuasual" by society at different points. it is one of those books that is hard to put down after you et into it. I must admit that i don't aggree with some of the veiws in it concerning peole haveing loveing relationships with thier animal lovers, and the only thing because of that that saves it from getting 2 or 4 stars is that informative nature of the book. Verry interesting and i lernt alot. I think it is a must have for any zoophile's bookshelf, or anybody who is curious concerning our sexual orientation.
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