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NJ stepping forward to ban bestiality

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While many people might think that bestiality has been banned in all fifty states, that simply isn't the case. New Jersey is one of 14 states that hasn't explicitly forbidden it - yet.

Yes, the legislation to finally make fornicating with a beast a fourth-degree crime punishable by up to 18 months in jail and a $10,000 fine is making it's way through the bureaucracy to become law.

However, that's not to say that New Jersey doesn't have at least a couple interesting laws regarding sexual behavior on the books already. Apparently "mutual masturbation" between men is forbidden there - if that remains the law in the Garden State, one must wonder where the outrage is from gay activists!

Ladies, if you're fed up with men flirting with you in bars, maybe you should visit Haddon Twp., New Jersey. Flirting is apparently illegal there.

Well, at least the good legislators there have recognized that animal protection laws weren't enough to keep their citizens from playing around with animals. Of course they need a law to keep people in line, because no one considers bestiality disgusting, right?

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