Danish Woman Marries Horse!
DENMARK: WOMAN MARRIES OWN HORSE, CREATES LEGAL PRECEDENT
October 23rd, 2014 | by Bob Flanagan
Denmark has thus become the first country to lawfully recognize Human–animal marriage, a position that may lead to many more similar unions in the country, admits Mr Jorgensen. Copenhagen | The Supreme Court of Denmark was forced to recognize the right of a 28-year old animal rights activist to marry her own horse, creating a legal precedent and opening the path to Human-animal marriage across the country, reports the Copenhagen Express this morning.
The young woman, who is an attorney, focused on a legal loophole in the country’s flexible sex laws which makes the practice of zoophilia legal, thus opening the way to Human-animal marriage.
Milanja Broskvit pleaded the case that she and her husband Thorgen, were victims of speciesism, a prejudice similar to racism or sexism.
The young woman argues she and her horse Thorgen, a four-year old white spanish stallion, are victims of persecution by the Danish Government
“When zoophilia and bestiality are legalized in a country, it opens the door to all kinds of misunderstandings about the legal status of animals in relation to humans under which legal authorities have little or no control” explains world renown expert and legal advisor, James Cudwell.
Danish agricultural minister Dan Jorgensen made the news this week when he announced his plan to outlaw sex with animals in Denmark.
“Our country has become a hot-spot for animal sex tourists in recent years and has seen a surge in animal brothels, as bestiality is banned almost everywhere else in Europe. How long will we allow this to tarnish our international reputation?” he asked the Parliament.
Denmark has thus become the first country to lawfully recognize Human–animal marriage, a position that may lead to many more similar unions in the country, admits Mr Jorgensen.
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