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.
Here's a link to a zoophilia march in Germany if you're a moral human being having trouble believing this is a thing. It's age-restricted on Youtube, so I'm not going to embed it here.
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 oversees family affairs, minors protection, disability and prevention of youth crime, adoptions and foster care, and the promotion of cultural communication and youth association.
You'll note that there's nothing climate related in the list, and it's mostly related to children.
But back to the topic at hand: what exactly is in the new Spanish Animal Welfare Law that's so problematic?
It's an update to the law that previously criminalized bestiality: article 337.1 of the Penal Code, which reads,
The person who by any means or procedure mistreats a domestic or tamed animal, an animal that is usually domesticated, an animal that temporarily or permanently lives under human control, or any animal that does not live in the wild, causing injuries that seriously impairs its health or subjects the animal to sexual exploitation, shall be subject to a minimum of three months and up to a maximum of one year in prison. He or she shall be prohibited from one year to three years from a profession or trade that is related to animals or from the possession of animals. [translated]
The new version reads:
The person who by any means or procedure mistreats a domestic or tamed animal, an animal that is usually domesticated, an animal that temporarily or permanently lives under human control outside of legally regulated activities including acts of a sexual nature, causing injuries that require veterinary treatment to the restoration of its health, shall be subject to a minimum of three months up to a maximum of 18 months in prison. He or she shall be prohibited from one year to three years from a profession or trade that is related to animals or from the possession of animals. [translated]
The change to that "or subjects the animal to sexual exploitation" line essentially means that as long as there isn't a physical injury that requires veterinary treatment, people are free to have sex with animals.
To put that into perspective, in 2019, 8.2% of Spanish veterinarians had seen suspected examples of sexually abused animals.
However, while humans having sex with animals is now allowable, animals having sex with each other is now officially regulated.
Another section of Spain's Animal Welfare Law mandates that if a dog becomes pregnant without a breeder's license, the owner can be fined up to 200,000 euros.
Also, if someone kills a rat in their house they can be fined 50,000 euros and can be imprisoned for up to a year and half.
A year and a half in prison for killing a rat in your home!
And all this is done in the name of the 2030 agenda