Ethnographic Encounter

A cultural anthropologist was intrigued when he discovered an indigenous tribe consisting only of men. He convinced the chief to allow him to live among them and learn their ways. After a few days, he approached the chief and asked, “With a society of only men, how do your people satisfy their sexual desires?”

With a knowing smile, the chief said, “Come down to the river bank in the morning and we’ll show you.”

The next day the anthropologist went to the river and saw a group of men standing near a donkey. One of the men went up to him and said, “Since you are our guest, you may go first,” and he made a gesture in the direction of the donkey.

At first the anthropologist was horrified by the prospect of this vile form of affection, but not wishing to disrespect their customs, he approached the animal. While lovingly caressing the beast, he made his way to the rear of the donkey. Then, fully embracing the moment, he engaged in passionate bestiality.

“Can you hurry it up?” asked one of the natives. “We need the donkey for crossing the river so we can visit the tribe of women.”

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