It is suggested that you read this post first: http://vividrandomexistence.wordpress.com/2010/07/20/zoosexuality-should-it-be-considered-acceptable-or-not
Being sexually attracted to horses (equinosexuality) is one of the most common forms of zoosexuality. If you are sexually attracted to horses, there is nothing wrong with you. There are hundreds of thousands of people just like you who are sexually attracted to horses. In fact, for many of them, just the sight of a horse’s rear end get them sexually aroused (source: this link). Unfortunately, most of these people are hiding in the zoosexual closet because they are afraid of being persecuted by delusional/irrational laws, and they are afraid of being socially rejected. This is because zoosexuality (and for that matter, zoophilia, interspecies sex, and the politically incorrect term “bestiality” that mainstream society uses) are very taboo subjects and are unfairly and unjustly condemned by society. The hostility towards them is irrational and based on knee-jerk prejudice. Unfortunately, there are many anti-zoosexual (zoophobic) bigots out there who are close-minded and intolerant — and they have the political power, especially in countries like the U.S., the U.K. and Australia. It shouldn’t be that way, but that’s currently the way our ignorant society is.
Equine zoosexuality is one of the more tangible forms of zoosexuality. On the zoosexual orientation wheel, there are various types of attractions (such as to dolphins) that are logistically difficult to put into practice. But because horses and ponies are so common, it is not difficult for a zoosexual person to live an equine zoosexual lifestyle. All it takes is a rural environment (i.e. a house in the countryside), a place to keep livestock, a horse or pony, and secure area (i.e. a place where nobody will be able to spy on you and tip off people in the area about your supposedly “immoral” activities). As I have discussed in previous posts, having sex with an animal is not immoral, it is not intrinsically unethical, it is not abusive, and it is not “sick”. After all, humans ARE animals. In order for an interspecies sexual interaction to be unethical, a condition must exist. For example, if an animal is too small, then it is abusive — but because horses and ponies are so large, having sex with them is almost always non-abusive. And zoosexual activity is certainly more ethical than forced artificial insemination used on farms.
Equinosexuals engage in various kinds of interspecies sex. A human male can penetrate a horse or pony of either gender (either vaginally or anally). A human male can also be anally penetrated by a male horse, but this act is extremely dangerous and has at least once resulted in the death of the person (the penis of a male horse is much larger than a human penis); the death was of a man in Washington state named Kenneth Pinyan — he was anally penetrated by a stallion that was too large for him, and his colon was ruptured; his trip to the hospital was delayed because of the fear of being “outed” and persecuted by society — the fear of being “outed” is a result of unfair and unjust taboos surrounding interspecies sex. If there were no taboo, if zoosexuality were legalized and if people could discuss it openly, perhaps the man would have survived because he would’ve made it to the hospital faster. This kind of predicament is similar to that of people who have had an alcohol/drug overdose and are too afraid to get medical attention due to the possibility of being arrested and prosecuted (and this “delay”/hesitation often causes the victim to die) — this is similar to the predicament Pinyan was in.
Still, the death of Kenneth Pinyan is a reminder that men (and women) should never be on the “receiving end” of a human-horse sexual interaction — the horse’s penis is likely to cause severe injury to the anus/vagina of a human (because it is so large) — and in the case of Pinyan, his injury was so severe that it killed him (due to internal perforation).
A human female can be vaginally or anally penetrated by a male horse, but (as said above) this a risky act and likely to cause injury to the human. The risk associated with perforation (in both men and women) is decreased if the horse is small (i.e. a miniature horse). Human males and females can also engage in oral sex with a horse, either by stimulating the horse’s penis or by allowing to horse to stimulate the genitals of the human.
Here is some information about sexual encounters with male horses (stallions) — the following quote is about the human being the receptive partner:
“Smell like an estrus mare: Find a mare in heat, usually 5-6 days out of every 21 (I know it ain’t that easy). Approach as in 2) above; pet her flanks and work your way slowly back to rub her tush, and base of her tail. Watch her ears. If she resents this contact she will flatten them back, and swish her tail; further pursuit could lead to being kicked. If the mare does not seem to object, GENTLY dip a finger into her vulva, getting her natural aroma on your hands. Some mares will not cooperate and move away from the contact; remember, that is their choice. If the mare tolerates your advances, continue to massage her privates.[...]
Let the stallion smell the nice, fresh mare odor on your hands- he should respond with snorts, whinnies and (hopefully) an erection. Starting with his neck, pet him gently, massaging his withers and slowly working your way back to his belly and privates. Some studs will get kinda twitchy at this point, swish their tails and kick- stay close to his body, and away from his rear to be safe…avoid being mashed into the stall walls by his body. If he starts to act up quit immediately, calm him down, and start again from the beginning of this step.
Unless the horse is seeing active service his penis is probably covered with [rubbish]; it doesn’t taste great, nor is terribly useful for lubricating purposes. Wash him up with clean water or -gently- rub the accumulations from his shaft. Apply lube; K-Y works well. I’ve found its best to rub the shaft till he’s fully-erect, then transfer your attention to the head of the penis. Maintaining a steady pressure on the sensitive glans penis, let him do the
thrusting…they usually won’t come unless they can thrust-meet his strokes with your own movements. Use your own shameless imagination from this point, again being careful of kicks, love-bites, etc.[...]
For those of you into anal/vaginal sex: do NOT attempt to put his penis inside of you unless you can already accommodate something the size of a human arm and fist; you risk rupture, and peritonitis if he’s too big (plus it’d be real hard to explain what happened
to the emergency room staff” — http://www.zoophile.net/equines.php
The following quote is about female horses (mares), and is oriented with the human being on top (i.e. the one who penetrates)
“Easier said than done, sometimes! Locate a likely recipient to your advances and get to know her; spend lots of time scratching her withers and tickling her, share breath and build her trust with you-even the most receptive mares won’t have anything to do with someone they don’t feel at ease with. Get to know her on a more personal level.[...]
Determine if she’s in heat: Most (not all, but most) mares are totally unreceptive to sexual advances when they are not in estrus. In mares the cycle is 21 days on average, 16 out, then 5-6 days in, with the mare getting progressively more “hot” till she ovulates and goes out
of heat about 12 hours later.[...] She [the mare] will also “wink” at you by contracting her vaginal muscles and exposing her clitoris. Wink… wink… wink… you get the idea. The clitoris in the mare looks like a half-dollar-size replica of the stallion’s glans penis — it is located at the bottom of the vaginal opening. The mare will usually stand quietly in the squatting position until bred.
Their labia tend to get fuller and looser. If you pull them apart (carefully, don’t get kicked!) you will see that the vaginal lining is cherry-red, in contrast to its normal ruddy pink color. There will also be greater-than-usual amounts of lubrication present. The cervix is loose and drapes down in folds when in estrus; when not, it’s tight and budlike in appearance (this one’s no good unless you have access to and know how to use a vaginal speculum. Ask your vet to show you a cervix sometime; it looks like a little pink flower).
Lube up and use your fingers, tongue, penis or any other portion of your anatomy that feels good to you both, then proceed to pleasure her; move in and out of her with deep, slow strokes. I have noticed that the ‘hot spot’ in mares is not the clitoris, but about 2-3 inches in on the bottom wall of the vagina just anterior (towards her head) to the urethral opening- they respond very favorably to massage there. It is possible to (gently!) insert your arm into her and slowly fist her, feeling how beautifully warm, soft and slippery her pussy is (my mare LOVES this). When they are ready to be bred they will usually be quite loose inside, and it’s possible to reach all the way to the back wall of the vagina and her cervix. As you stimulate her she will then begin to slowly clamp down on your arm with her vagina. Move with the contractions and you will find her squeezing harder and harder as she approaches orgasm (yes, contrary to some studies I’ve read, mares DO experience orgasm, and how!). She will often squeeze with enough force to push your arm right back out. Don’t try to jam it back in or you could injure her; just continue to use your hand to massage the vestibule of the vagina as she contracts harder and harder. At this point my mare will usually begin to grunt in time to the contractions (sounds like OOOF!) until her climax is over, then she will pull away. ‘Maregasm’ is usually accompanied by a stream of urine and natural lubricants, so be careful not to get soaked unless you’re also into water sports. I usually work my mare with my hand to the point where she starts to contract, then climb on up and use my penis to finish the job. It feels great when they clamp down; they have amazing muscle control.
When they are done coming they will usually pick themselves up and move away for a bit, then be ready to go again in five minutes or so. I have whiled away many a happy hour bringing my mare to orgasm over and over. They have incredible stamina and it’s fun for both of us. When you’re both done, give her a pat on the neck, thank her and talk nice to her- don’t just take what you want and leave… cuz if yer nice she’ll remember you and be even more receptive next time.” — http://www.zoophile.net/equines.php
Parts of the above quote could also be applied to having anal sex with a stallion (in which the male human is the one on “top”, i.e. the insertive one). Note that the above quote debunks the myth that animals don’t enjoy having sex humans; on the contrary, they do! Although opponents of interspecies sex often claim that animals don’t enjoy having sex with humans, the above quote (and other sources) show that this is not case, and that most animals do enjoy having sexual encounters with humans. Some animals (such as dolphins) are even fully sexually attracted to humans. There are obviously exceptions (i.e. when the animal is forced to have sex in a cruel manner), but that type of situation is rare because most zoosexuals are not cruel to animals, and most zoosexuals have a genuine compassion for animals. Remember, most heterosexual people wouldn’t rape someone; there are bad people in every group, but most are good. Also, the quote above shows that it is unfair to label interspecies sex as “rape” because in most cases the animal consents to (or rejects) sex in a non-verbal way.
Some human males enjoy sticking their penis into the vagina or anus of a male/female horse or pony (and usually the horse/pony enjoys it as well). And some human females enjoy engaging in oral sex or allowing the horse to penetrate them, but this is risky and dangerous. The point is, there are some zoosexual people out there who are ONLY attracted to horses, and these are the true “equinosexuals”. However, there are plenty of zoosexuals who are attracted to horses AND other animal species, such as domesticated dogs, humans and dolphins.
As I have said in other posts, the “consent” argument is a red herring (in terms of the claims made by anti-zoosexuals that interspecies sex is “wrong” because animals can’t “consent” to sex). The following was said about this:
“The ‘consent’ angle is an afterthought — [it is] a construct argument built to prove a point of a foregone conclusion, not to persuade”
It is hypocritical how people insist that “consent” be required for interspecies sex, and yet those same people eat the meat of animals who never gave their “consent” to be slaughtered — and they own cats and dogs who never gave their “consent” to be spayed/neutered, or confined to a house. The fact that “consent” is ignored on issues such as slaughter, hunting, and spaying/neutering, and is only considered an issue when discussing interspecies sex, is due to people’s irrational, hypocritical, inconsistent view of non-human beings.
Consider the fact that non-human animals CAN non-verbally “consent” to have sex with humans, using body language (or when the animal engages sexually with its own free will). Also consider the fact that non-human animals have sex with each other all the time without ever needing an anthropocentric “consent”. People should remember that “ubiquitous” activities (such as slaughter, hunting, spaying/neutering, experimentation, etc.) are unethical and should be banned because they are detrimental to animal’s welfare and rights, and that interspecies sex involving humans should NOT be banned because it is NOT intrinsically unethical.
Part of the reason people are hostile towards zoosexuals is speciesism (an irrational and arrogant belief that humans are “superior” to other species and that all non-human beings are “below” humans) — this belief is similar to the terms “racism” and “sexism”. People who have a prejudicial, speciesist attitude towards non-human beings irrationally view the lives of non-human animals as being “less valuable” that that of humans, and they arrogantly view non-human animals as being “inferior” to humans — because of this, when interspecies sex occurs, they fallaciously argue that the human is “degrading” himself/herself by interacting with what they think is a “lower” life-form. This speciesist prejudice, bigotry and discrimination explains why many people are irrationally hostile towards zoosexuality. People should NOT judge a relationship purely on one’s species membership.
Whenever anybody claims that having sex with a horse is automatically abuse, it makes me angry because that is not true. As already mentioned, horses enjoy sexual activity with humans, and the only reason it is prohibited is because of delusional unfair laws and irrational social taboos. Otherwise, people would be having sex with horses all the time, because there are a lot of people out there who get aroused by horses and are sexually attracted to them (and there are a lot of horses that are sexually attracted to humans). Below is a quote regarding this issue from a Scientific American article:
“[A] man’s self-reported sexual interest in mares was actually verified by a controlled, phallometric study. When hooked up to a penile plethysmograph and shown nude photos of all varieties and ages of humans, the man was decidedly flaccid. Nothing happening down there either when he looked at slides of cats, dogs, sheep, chickens, or cows. But he certainly wasn’t impotent, as the researchers clearly observed when the subject was shown images of horses. [He was aroused only when shown images of horses]. This case and related anecdotal evidence reported by the authors were important at the time because they suggested that zoophilia may be an extraordinarily rare—but real—type of minority sexual orientation. That is to say, for some people, having sex with their animal “lovers” may amount to more than just substituting human sex with the next best thing. Rather, for them, sex with nonhuman animals is the best thing.”– http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/bering-in-mind/2010/03/24/animal-lovers-zoophiles-make-scientists-rethink-human-sexuality/
Here is what an equinosexual man had to say about his intimate and erotic encounter with a female horse (mare):
“So I moved down the fence line about ten feet, it was then that she went to the troff and ate. While she ate I talked to her. I told her how beautiful she was, I told her that I loved her, and I told her that no one was going to hurt her.[...] When you find her “Sweet Spot”, believe me you will know. She may stretch out her nick or make funny movements with her lips. And She may return the favor. She may reach around and scratch your back as you scratch her. She will do this in one of three ways. Either she will use her upper lip, moving it side to side on your back. Or she will use her upper teeth to rake your back. Or she will use her upper and lower teeth to nip at your back. Due to her nurturing instincts she should not hurt as long as her ears are not pinned back[...] I moved the tail to the side and started cleaning the area under the tail. Just below the base of her tail the black hairless skin puckered into a raised donut that was her anus. Below that her vulva descended to a teardrop of flesh which was divided by a vertical slit about four inches long. Take it slow, Slow is best. Start from the outermost area and working your way in saving her anal and virginal opening for last.[...]After I kissed her hello I put the lead rope onto her, then after telling her how beautiful she was and how much I loved her. As I did this I petted her, I rubbed her, and I scratched her on her neck.[...] After soaping her all up, I rinsed her off, then using the scraper I scraped the excess water off her body. Then I walked her dry which took about twenty minutes but we must have walked for thirty. As we walked we talked, granted I did most of the talking using Verbal Communication, and she used Physical Communication. From time to time as we talked, I would kiss her, and she would kiss me back. This above all told me that she felt loved.[...]
As I was finishing up with cleaning under her tail, I could not stop looking at her vagina. I felt that the time had come to go from provider, companion, caretaker, to Lover and I believed that she felt the same, but I would not know unless I tried. Her vulva was very warm and dry to the touch. She shifted her weight and then stood still holding her tail up without need for any assistance from me. I took a small tube of KY warming jell from the grooming box and put a small amount onto the end of my forefinger. I place my left hand to the left of her vagina and used my thumb to open her slightly. I inserted my index finger. She looked back and shifted her weight again, this time back toward me. She nickered softly. I worked the finger in and out, up and down, exploring by touch rather than sight. I could feel slight contractions on my finger as I pulled it out and a relaxing of the pressure as I pushed it up to my knuckle. I inserted a second and pushed in slowly, pushing and pulling, up and down, in and out, stroking her firmly. She stepped back, pushed back as if to get more of my hand into her. I did not want to try more then two fingers, the objective was not to see how much I could get in her, but to see if she would let me in her. Not only did she let me in her she started winking. Her clitoris which was about the size of my thumb, protruded from the lower inch of the slit. Then she did it again. About every three seconds or so. I had ‘turned her on’.[...]
Slowly, I increased the pace. I could feel her wink around [me], taking all of the little that I had to give her. She turned to look back at me and gave a little whinny. I leaned forward until I lay upon her hindquarters. Spreading my arms I tried to hug her. I kissed her on her spine. I closed my eyes and lost myself in her. I listened to the wet, sucking sounds of our loving. I kept thrusting, wondering what she was feeling, hoping if she was liking it as much as I did.[...] The faster and harder I thrust, the better she seemed to like it, spreading her hind feet and squatting down a bit. [...]
Giving a mare an orgasm is hit and miss, you will not succeed in ever attempt. Even with practice. In some cases it may be possible to give a mare multiple orgasms in a short time. I have been able to give my mare up to five to six and even seven orgasms in one night. After her first orgasm, she may pull away to catch her breath. But she may return for more by backing up to you tail raised.[...] Since that first night we made love, we have loved one another many, many times.[...] To me it was more about bring her pleasure and satisfaction then it was for my own self sexual fulfillment. For me I got joy from bring her joy. My goal was to make her as happy and as satisfied as possible. Three or four days out of the week, [the horse and I] would have intercourse.[...]
There are three types when it comes to Equines. Visual Communication, Verbal Communication and Physical Communication. Visual Communication: Also known as Body Language. The most common and easily recognized is when a equine will pin their ears back or flatten them and lower their head. This is a sign of aggression or irritation. It lets those around them know that they need to stop what ever it is that they are doing. If they don’t, they will get bit or kicked. Verbal Communication: If you have been around equines you may have heard them holler to their fellow equines or human friends. If you have been around them for some time, you may be able to recognize a ‘Hello’ from a ‘Where are you’. If you hear a horse making short, deep grunts and breathing hard. This usually happens when a stallion checks out a mares receptiveness. Some stallions well not much care if she is receptive. They may not take no for an answer. You may hear the mare squeal and strike out with her front foot or she may kick him. This is her way of telling him to back off. If a mare rejects or object to what ever you are doing, back off immediately and without delay.[...] Relationships: Before building a relationship, you must first build a foundation on which to build that relationship. You need respect and trust to build that foundation. Respect and Trust is never giving, It is earned. It takes time to earn their Respect and Trust. Once you have their Respect and Trust you will earn their Love. Remember, Lovemaking / Loveplay is a benefit of the relationship. NOT the Purpose of it. Love them as you would want to be Loved. Care for them as you would want to be Cared for. Love them, DON’T Use Them. The more stable the foundation, the more rewarding the relationship.[...] NEVER, EVER, force yourself onto an animal. NEVER, EVER force them to accept you.” — Racoolman, http://www.beastforum.com/index.php?showtopic=80288
(Note: the above block quote is an excerpt; to see the above quote in more detail [roughly one page long], see this link at the Zoo Wiki)
The above quote proves several things; it proves that zoosexual people do not just have sex with animals for their own enjoyment — they do it for the enjoyment of themselves and their non-human lover. Secondly, it supports the idea that most zoosexual people are not abusive towards their animals. Thirdly, it proves (once again) that non-human animals can consent to sex in their own way. All those bigots out there who condemn interspecies sex fail to realize that in most cases (such as the one above), sexual relationships between humans and non-human animals are mutually satisfying — in other words, both enjoy the sex, one is not taking advantage of the other, no injury is occurring, and the animal (in this case a horse) clearly wants to engage in sex with the human. Thus, all of those anti-zoo bigots out there seem to condemn it primarily because of their own hateful, prejudicial, intolerant beliefs about what they consider to be “normal” — they also blindly conform to the social norms of society, and never stop to say to themselves, “maybe there’s nothing wrong with it after all”. But they’ll never think that — they’re too ignorant and close-minded to think outside-the-box. Too bad for them; they are apparently missing out on a lot.
It should also be remembered that anti-zoosexuals will often construct loaded language against zoo-friendly people in order to ensure they create a “game” they can never “lose” — for example, anti-zoosexuals will often criticize zoo-friendly people by saying “you’re just rationalizing your depraved behavior”. They construct language is such a way as to undermine and de-legitimize anything positive said about zoosexuality — their attempt to dismiss anything that doesn’t agree with their anti-zoosexual worldview is due to cognitive distortions.
What many zoosexuals share in common is their ability to think outside the box. In fact, it is their ability think outside the box that has enabled them to embrace the zoosexual passions they were born with, even if they are forced to do it secretly. Only people who think outside the box can stare in the face of society, question its unethical “values” and say “you know what, you’re dead wrong; there’s nothing bad about having sex with a being who happens to be non-human”.
The Zoo-Wiki article “zoosexual video sites” claims that there a number of websites out there which contain videos of humans having sex with horses.
Much of the information above (such as the quotes) was obtained from the following sites:
As well as providing information about horses to people who are new to the equine lifestyle, the above three sites also make it clear that some kinds of human-horse sexual interactions are ethical and some are not; the above sites try to explain how a human-horse sexual interaction can be ethical (if done properly).
There is nothing wrong with ethical interspecies sexual intercourse between humans and horses
This is what I said in a different post:
“Ultimately, it is important to remember that not all sexual activity involving non-human animals is cruel/abusive. In other words, it is not intrinsically wrong for a person to have sex with a being who happens to be of a different species. Zoosexual activity can occur ethically. With this in mind, it is important for a person to refer to The ZETA Rules — it is a list of principles which is essentially a code of ethics and guide to ethical behavior regarding zoosexuality.
People who adhere to the ZETA Rules would be OK with interspecies sex involving [horses], but they would say that ANY potential discomfort, harm or injury should be avoided — they would also say that the welfare and well-being of the [horse] should be more important than the human’s well-being (in other words, treating [horses] as morally equal to humans, and with their own rights). So long as the interspecies sexual intercourse is non-harmful and non-abusive, it is not unethical.”
In my post “zoosexuality and zoophilia: size does matter”, I discuss the principle that sex with a non-human animal is unethical if involves an animal that is very small or immature — this is a principle that Peter Singer supports. In other words, it is unethical to have sex with an animal that is small because it is likely to cause harm, injury or suffering. Because horses and miniature horses are as large as humans (and in most cases, larger than humans), the act of having sex with a horse is NOT likely to be harmful, abusive or cruel. Thus, the objections to such activity (that zoophobic people make) are based on unjustifiable, flawed “moral” reasons which exist because of irrationality, speciesism, ignorance, bigotry, intolerance, and knee-jerk prejudice (not reason). This post (should zoosexuality be considered acceptable) and This post (common arguments against zoophilia and why they fail) go into this subject in more detail.
Ultimately, it is possible for a person to ethically have sex with a horse, pony, or miniature horse. If compassion is involved, if the horse is treated with respect, if the rights of the horse are respected, if the horse is treated as a “person” who is morally equal to humans, if the horse is given moral consideration, if the well-being and welfare of the horse is placed above that of the human, and if human-to-horse sexual activity occurs in a non-cruel (non-abusive) way, then interspecies sexual intercourse (between a human and a horse) is ethical. It is not intrinsically wrong for a human to have sex with a horse. Humans ARE animals, and humans are in the same category as other animal species (biologically, morally and spiritually).