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Finland is indeed a last bastion of bestiality. Here a person can have sex with an animal as long as the animal is not harmed. The absence of legislation against bestiality makes the nation one of the last in the European Union not to institute a legal ban. As the law currently stands in Finland, a person can engage in sexual intercourse with an animal as long as it cannot be proved that the animal has been treated too roughly or cruelly or that the act has caused unnecessary pain and suffering.
Bestiality does not refer to kissing, hugging or caressing, but to acts between person and animal that could be comparable to sexual intercourse. Attitudes to bestiality, as reflected by law, have gone from one extreme to the other throughout the ages.
However, Finland legalised bestiality infollowing in the footsteps of other European countries.
It was thought that criminalising the act was not the right way to deal with people who are likely to suffer from mental illness or who are simply lonely. Bestiality was also permitted in Denmark until July of this year. Therefore, bestiality was criminalised," Ruotsalo says.
The difficult subject has not been researched in Finland, however Ruotsalo says that extensive studies have been made in Norway and Sweden. Cattle, horses, pigs, sheep, dogs and cats are the most common animal species to be sexually abused. However, some persons that engage in the activity have contacted us saying that they would be concerned were the act to be criminalised in Finland," says Ruotsalo. Norwegian and Swedish studies have shown that in the majority of cases, the animals suffered severe physical injuries as well as anxiety and fear.
The animals often die from their injuries. Finnish laws on animal protection are in the preparatory stages of reform. A steering group has recommended the blanket criminalisation of bestial acts. However, according to Ruotsalo, this has been criticised by the Ministry of Justice.
This subject of bestiality is morally loaded, yet moral indignation does not in itself necessarily mean something should be criminalised. She does note however, that the issue of animal welfare offers a compelling legal standard. Updated at this article was slightly modified following confirmation of the legal status of bestiality in Hungary. According to the emergency services there were four people aged under 20 in the car at the time of the accident.
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Uutiset News Finland is a last bastion of bestiality in Europe. From the death penalty to legalisation Attitudes to bestiality, as reflected by law, have gone from one extreme to the other throughout the ages. Animals often die of injuries The difficult subject has not been researched in Finland, however Ruotsalo says that extensive studies have been made in Norway and Sweden.
In Finland it is not yet illegal to engage in sexual intercourse with an animal.
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