What about the underserved Bestiality community?
Yale Law School on February 28 hosted a drag queen for a dramatic reading of Ibram X. Kendi, the Yale Daily News reported on Thursday, marking the first drag queen story hour at the law school in its 199-year history.
That’s a step in the right direction, but what about the people who have sex with animals? Where is the institutional support for them?
Wikipedia quotes author and researcher, Andrea Beetz:
The phenomenon of sexual contact with animals is starting to lose its taboo: it is appearing more often in scholarly publications, and the public are being confronted with it, too. ...Sexual contact with animals—in the form of bestiality or zoophilia—needs to be discussed more openly and investigated in more detail by scholars…