As these are the only posts from this person... kind of seems like a one issue, dog fucking, troll.
I am not a "troll". It is insulting to be called a "troll". Just because an idea is outside of accepted social "norms" doesn't mean it should be ridiculed. There are probably many things that are legal today which would've been laughed at if one said 200 years ago, "Do you think this will be legal?"
Also, if a man was arguing for a pro-gay bill of some kind, would you call him a "human f**ker" or a "man f**ker"? This is what leads me to believe that the assumption that I was a "troll" was based on prejudice. Zoosexuality is more than sex, it is a sexual orientation, and interspecies sex is a component of that orientation.
Part of the reason bills such as HB 1547 are allowed to pass unopposed and without any critical thinking being applied to them is due to people either having an anti-zoosexual agenda, being apathetic to it, not treating it seriously, or not being aware that they even exist.
Interspecies sex between adult humans and mature non-human beings should not be illegal.
There are so many things that humans do to non-human beings that are blindly considered "normal" and not even questioned. For example, spaying and neutering is basically castration and completely violates the animal's sexual autonomy -- and it occurs without the animal's consent. And consider artificial insemination techniques performed on animals -- these are "accepted industry practices" which are legal throughout the United States, and yet those procedures are more invasive and more harmful than interspecies sex could ever be. And artificial insemination, like spaying/neutering, does not involve the animal's consent and violates their sexual autonomy more than interspecies sex does.
All things considered, with so many far worse things being done to animals legally, it makes no sense to criminalize something such as interspecies sex which is LESS harmful than the activities (such as slaughter) which are "legal". Creating such a law would just be a waste of taxpayer's money -- and for what? So police can spend their time going on witch hunts against zoosexuals when they could be spending that time doing more important things? Why criminalize MORE people with a NEW law when New Hampshire's incarceration rate has already been growing
for the past 10 years?
In terms of Baldasaro and Burt, maybe they can be convinced that supporting this bill is wrong. Or perhaps the New Hampshire ACLU or NH Liberty Alliance should try to stop this bill. If people sit around and do nothing to stop this bill, it will show the true colors of all of New Hampshire's pro-liberty organizations -- they will have failed to protect the rights of a sexual minority, and allowed an onerous and oppressive law to be created, allowing police to persecute them.