Stop the world I wanna get off.
The practice would no longer be considered a criminal offense, according to proposed amendment to Spain’s Penal Code.
Zoophilia in Spain may soon become decriminalized after lawmakers finalized the draft of a new Penal Code amendment on Monday. The legislation is part of an Animal Welfare bill that was approved by the lower house of the Spanish parliament earlier this month and is now awaiting final approval in the Senate.
The bill was initially introduced and pushed through by Spain’s Social Rights Minister Ione Belarra, who has promoted it as seeking to protect the well-being of animals, regardless of whether they are pets or wild animals.
The amendment seeks to introduce several changes to the Spanish Penal Code, which, as of 2015, has treated bestiality as a form of abuse, and suggested a three-month to one-year prison sentence for causing “injuries that seriously impair” the health of animals or for “subjecting them to sexual exploitation.”
If the Penal Code reform is approved, the previous article would be deleted and replaced by a new one titled “crimes against animals.” The new law would only introduce punishments to animal owners who “by any means or procedure, including acts of a sexual nature” cause an animal an injury that “requires veterinary treatment to restore its health.” Animal Welfare bill would also introduce prison sentences and hefty fines of up to €50,000 ($53,400) for killing a rat at home, and a penalty of up to €200,000 ($213,800) for owners of female dogs that become pregnant if they are not registered as breeders.
The Animal Welfare Law would also ban the sale of puppies and kittens in pet stores, the keeping of dogs and cats in confined spaces, and would prohibit keeping certain animals as pets altogether.
These include spiders, birds not native to Spain such as parakeets and lovebirds, hedgehogs, turtles, lizards, snakes and chameleons. The list of permitted animals also doesn't yet include rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, mice and hamsters.
Spain decriminalizes sexual relations with animals as long as there is no physical injury that requires a veterinary visit.
In case you didn't think the world was sinking low enough with all the gender/pedophilia craziness, I give you Spain's new Animal Welfare Law that decriminalizes having sex with animals because zoophiles are just another spectrum on the trans flag.
The Spanish zoophilia-affirming law was pushed by Ione Belarra Urteaga, the Minister of Social Rights and 2030 Agenda.
Now, let's pause a moment and think about that. There's an actual ministry of the Spanish federal government with the words "2030 Agenda" in its official title.
In addition to championing human/animal love the 2030 Agenda ministry also.....
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Last Thursday, the Spanish parliament approved a law allowing people over 16 to change their legally-recognized gender without medical evaluation. Those aged 12 to 13 will need a judge’s approval, while people aged 14 and 15 will need parental permission. Both chambers of the parliament approved the law prepared by the Equal Rights Ministry.
Also, the lower house of the parliament, the Congress of Deputies, passed the bill on the welfare of animals, prohibiting the killing of mice and snakes that enter a household as well as the use of rat poison under penalty of up to two years in prison.