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Yucks Digest, which has a physical Locus at Purdue University in Indiana USA, is the kind and flattering Web Archive which has been preserving my goofy Scientific American letter for more than a decade.
Here's another of its Archival Treasures.
Date: Tue, 25 Jan 1994 13:31:04 -0500
From: Patrick Tufts
Subject: coming to a spool near you: soc.sexuality.zoophilia
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Erik M Blackwolf)
Subject: RFD: soc.sexuality.zoophilia moderated
Date: 24 Jan 1994 22:46:08 -0500
REQUEST FOR DISCUSSION; soc.sexuality.zoophilia (Moderated)
Proposed Moderator; Kayotae@Mindvox.Phantom.Com (Erik M. Blackwolf)
This proposal is for the discussion of the creation of the
moderated newsgroup soc.sexuality.zoophilia. soc.sexuality.zoophilia
will compliment the existing newsgroup Alt.sex.bestiality.
Discussion on the creation of soc.sexuality.zoophilia shall be held on news.groups. This message has been cross-posted to
news.groups, news.announce.newgroups, and alt.sex.bestiality. The discussion shall be open for about 30 days. The CFV duration shall be for 21 days.
Why a Soc.* group? Because to those who are zoophiles and serious about their identity as such tolerance of our social group is an important issue and a serious issue which is deserving of a respectable place where the topic can be addressed. Alt.sex.bestiality not only is a newsgroup
already inappropriate to those interests because of its' status as an unmoderated Alt.sex.* group but it's being part of the Alt.sex.* heirarchy makes it a difficult place in which to have intelligent discussion on this topic. The group is littered with crossposts, flames and irrelevant posts and lacks integrity as part of the Alt.sex.* heirarchy. In recent discussion on Alt.sex.bestiality a call for a moderated newsgroup has been voiced therefor this proposal has been set forth.
Soc.Sexuality.Zoophilia topics may include but would not be limited to;
I. Publicity and 'being out' as a zoophile,
II. Legal Issues/History in Zoophilia,
III. Discussion on the public opinion of zoophilia,
IV. Religion and Zoophilia, and
V. Psychological issues and mental health.
"Every morning she would rise before me and wake me with a passionate kiss. Upon opening my eyes I would see her deep blues looking down at me, into me, but since her death I've never felt anything like the burning desire within my heart I used to feel then. As we kissed, her love for me, my love for her would pass between us and there's nothing like that in the world."
-- Epitaph of a Dog
Mom, Dad, this is my fiance. The nice thing is that she's also my best friend. Isn't that right, Lassie?
I can now see why the group is moderated. :-) --spaf]