Sex with animals tied to penile cancer in men
Legend holds that Europeans -- coming with Columbus, Conquistadors, Dutch merchants, British naval fleets, French and Portuguese and Spanish expeditions -- raped animals and spread venereal diseases among themselves. On arrival they raped the indigenous population of a fully occupied "New World."
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Not only piracy, which became rampant throughout the Caribbean, Gulf, and Mississippi River, but state-sponsored slavery and theft led to the stealing and dividing up of indigenous nations throughout what is now called the United States (and parts of Canada and Mexico) and neighboring island nation. Bestiality and homosexual rape, as well as genocide and mass rape (as a war tactic) was known to have occurred.
This aided the biological warfare of spreading diseases for which there was neither immunity nor a cure. The natives were decimated. The European conquerors also suffered great losses before European women were brought in large numbers to civilize the men and establish functional colonies profitable to the "Old World."
This history of violence and European mayhem, which was far worse than earlier Viking raids and conquests along Nova Scotia and possible encampment along the northeastern US coast, continues. Men today are engaged in raping other men in prison, in incestuous relationships, and as acts of aggression and dominance (and possibly covert gay longings) duplicating the trauma they have suffered at the hands of their fathers and forebears.
The harm to animals does not seem to alarm anyone. But the consequences to human penises has now made the news. Cancer rates in male genitalia has been etiologically linked. A taboo topic, sexual misconduct (kamesu micchacara) rarely appears this shockingly clear in the mainstream media.
And, of course, no one is allowed to link this behavior with Judeo-Christian biblical injunctions to exercise "dominion" over the animal kingdom, which many Christian men seem to take very literally. (The mistranslation of the word, which means "caretaking" or acting as regents until the king returns, again leads to abuse that followers blindly abide because "the Bible says so" when it actually does not).
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