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an interesting question

How would a libertarian society view bestiality? My initial take on this is that it would depend on whether or not legal cases dealing with this topic are brought in front of the courts. I can't imagine that happening very often. Someone would have to bring suit, and since it would not be the animal, it would either be a concerned neighbor or some PETA type. How would the court rule? Perhaps one court would rule in favor of the plaintiff and another court would rule in favor of the defendant. The free market would either favor one type of decision or there wouldn't be enough of an incentive for people to choose courts only based on their bestiality stance and both types of decisions would exist.

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