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Up until the advent of the internet, almost every scientific or clinical study reported on zoophilia were case reports of individuals that has sought treatment for their unusual sexual preference.
However, research carried out in the 2000s shows this not be the case.
The one thing we do know is that the internet has revolutionised the way we carry out our research and get access to ‘hard to reach’ groups.
Thanks to online research, zoophilia is just one of many sexually atypical behaviours that we now know more about both behaviourally and psychologically.
For the females, the main reasons for having sex with animals was because they were sexually attracted to the animal (100%), had love and affection for the animal (67%) and/or because they said the animal wanted sex with them (67%).
Most of Miletski’s sample preferred sex with dogs (87% males; 100% females) and/or horses (81% males; 73% females).