Obama Service Award Recipient Now Researching ‘Butt-Fisting’

A new study examining the differences between “butt-fisting” injuries and those who engage in bestiality was written by a recipient of former President Barack Obama’s Gold Service Award.

Animals may have the ability to consent, according to the researcher Damian Jacob M. Sendler, who recently released the study on “traumatic rectal injuries.”

“Damian is a sexologist, research scientist, and physician-in-training,” according to Sendler’s website. He received Obama’s service award for charitable work for elderly patients at New York Presbyterian Hospital.

h/t Exile

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  • andycanuck

    If he starts investigating hockey crotch injuries, will the study be called The Sendler Cup?

  • The Deplorable Rosenmops

    Jesus H. Christ on a cracker.

    Has Justin been in a parade with this freak yet?

    • He will be.

    • BillyHW

      He’s going to put a butt-fisting rights clause in the new NAFTA.

      • The Deplorable Rosenmops

        Dildeau will make it a condition of NAFTA!

  • Alain

    Talk about sick and disgusting. No, unless you speak the language of the animal you cannot claim the animal consented. Of course these perverts claim very young children can consent. What the hell is a “sexologist” other than something as useful as gender studies, women’s studies, and all the other studies.

  • Exile1981

    Slippery slope….. so gay marriage led to transgenderism, which is leading to the normalization of pedophilia, beztiality and the lefal protection of bigamy. Whats next is group marriage and animal marriage?

    • Minicapt

      The increased consumption of badly cooked lentils.

      Cheers

  • Norman_In_New_York

    ROTFLMAO!!!

  • Ego

    Animals do have the ability to consent among themselves, and do practice it (the female usually gets to pick the male she mates with).
    However, in a human vs animal scenario, the animal is helpless: it is domesticated (I’d love to see a pervert trying to mate with a lioness), dependent on the human for its food and shelter. For it to deny the pervert, it’d have to turn against its keeper, which must be extremely disturbing for the animal.
    I wonder how Sendler came to the conclusion that animals are able to consent to humans. I also wonder why he picked this topic in the first place: does he treat both humans and animals? I don’t even dare to voice further exploratory questions like whether he has clients bringing their pets to be treated for “traumatic rectal injuries.”

    • Exile1981

      If you read the article he mentioned that fisting rectal damage was similar to the rectal damage found when a human is penetrated rectally by a horse.

      I don’t want to even think about those dynamics….

      • Ego

        Thanks, I read the article but missed this. Not that it makes the whole thing any better. The fact that he wrote the study seems to indicate that there is a sizable affected population (otherwise why would he have bothered writing about it), which is pretty disquieting.

        • Exile1981

          There is a sizable sub culture, I have no idea how big it is but there have been a lot of news articles and studies on it (all favorable) in the last few years.

          There was the women who was having a relationship with a male dolphin. I can believe this because they say male dolphins are like teenage humans in that they will screw anything.

          They article mentions people being anally penetrated by dogs and horse (neither of which I had ever heard of before).

          There have been tons of articles explaining how men humping goats is a cultural practice and we must not judge. Also a couple years back the media was saying there was nothing wrong with a women who was found to be using peanut butter to entice her dog to lick her.

          Well I’m judging and saying all of those people are nuts, everyone needs to be sent to a facility for treatment and we need to figure out what is causing this rapidly spreading need for deviant sexual behavior. Is it chemicals in the food or water or is it just they have been taught zero self control and responsibility?

          • Ego

            As for the possible reasons:
            I think that when—for whatever reason (alienation, mismatch, etc.)—sex is separated from the person it is practiced with, when instead of being a fulfillment of an emotional relationship it becomes sheet acrobatics and only that, then some people may become bored with it and feel inclined to explore other untapped possibilities. Drilling a hole to screw parts together (no pun intended) in order to create a structure is different from drilling for drilling’s sake only—in the latter case, it becomes enticing to explore what other materials you can drill and in what ways. (BTW, the Japanese have honed this separation to perfection, compartmentalizing all areas of sex and selling each separately.) I think this separation in itself is dehumanizing for both parties. Call me old-school.

            As for the consequences:
            If for instance you develop the habit of climbing tall trees and then dropping to the ground and hurting yourself, I don’t think the neighbors should be expected to co-finance your hospital costs. These people made a choice, they should bear the consequences. The only thing I think they are entitled to is treatment for the root cause of their habit.

  • JoKeR

    This grant may have been as a result of Barack’s colonoscopy.

    They didn’t find any polyps, only Jesse Jackson’s missing wristwatch.