Definitions

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  • noun A person sexually attracted to animals.

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Examples

  • The next month, Phillip gave a 30-minute presentation to a state legislative committee urging that it not pass a pending anti-bestiality bill (though Phillip describes himself personally as a "zoophile" and not a bestialist).

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  • In contrast to the sophisticated zoophile undergarments I had witnessed in the back of the van, fake-Xander had plumped for threadbare yellowed boxers whose defining pattern of brown splodges one could only decipher the meaning of when the words above the crotch were read.

    The Defective Detective : The Curious Case of the Kilchester Courier

  • Would the zoophile police be trusted to work with horses and Alsatians?

    Giving evidence to the Chilcot inquiry, Tony Blair said: “I...

  • Again, there is a Lesbian and Gay Police Association but are there associations for necrophile, paedophile, gerontophile and zoophile police officers?

    Giving evidence to the Chilcot inquiry, Tony Blair said: “I...

  • "For reasons I won't pretend to understand, it might almost be more difficult to raise such issues about a zoophile than about a Nazi death-camp guard or a child molester."

    GreenCine Daily: Zoo.

  • Update, 1/26: "Devor has created a deliberate disjunction between sound and image, and if his interviews with the zoophile community and others associated with the incident clearly constitute nonfiction, the pictures that accompany those words — lyrical recreations, inventions, and allusions — are as vividly imaginative as anything in the oeuvres of Terrence Malick or Claire Denis," writes Mike D'Angelo at ScreenGrab.

    GreenCine Daily: Interview. Charles Mudede. Zoo.

  • I've seen movies for that reason too, but I guess this subject matter is not for me. the subsequent revelation of the existence of an Internet-based zoophile community the men refer to themselves as "zoos," hence the title was a shock

    "I aestheticized the sleaze right out of it."

  • Of course, the downside is that the manager may think you're a zoophile.

    Traveling With two very small doges

  • Via reenactments with actors and voiceover interviews with the dead man's zoophile friends

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • Via reenactments with actors and voiceover interviews with the dead man's zoophile friends

    TIME.com: Top Stories

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