The dogpill is a blackpilled theory that suggests that human females prefer sex with dogs or other Canids over sex with incels. Some more extreme dogpillers claim that women would prefer sex with a dog over even human chads.
In-depth explanation[edit | edit source]
The dogpill is a term coined by incels which refers to the theory that suggests the existence of a sizeable demographic of women who prefer sex with male dogs over male humans. While the term is oftentimes used ironically, many have argued that there's a surprising amount of merit behind the claim. Those who subscribe to the idea refer to themselves as being "dogpilled" and cite how commonplace the sight of a single woman with a male dog tends to be along with the prevalence of recurring themes in popular culture and media promoting the bond between a woman and "man's best friend" (or, perhaps more accurately, "woman's best friend"). While other animal-oriented stereotypes of single women such as the crazy cat lady exist, they serve merely as insults by means of projecting loneliness, whereas the dogpill implies a deeper and more serious look into the subject of women's sexuality, providing an explanation for how and why so many single women seemingly find non-human companions preferable to having a human partner.
Evidence[edit | edit source]
Fantasies[edit | edit source]
The most persuasive evidence for the dogpill comes from online forums. There are, in fact, more forums with women fantasizing about sex with dogs than there are forums dedicated to women lusting after male virgins. It's not out of the question to suggest that no forum of the latter kind exists. This is supported by the fact that women report finding male virgins sexually less attractive than partnered men.
There is also a sizeable underground cottage industry of zoophilic pornography involving films depicting female actresses engaging in sexual activities with male dogs (including amateur films)  The most famous actress who starred in one of these films was Linda Lovelace, known for her participation in the infamous 1970s pornographic film "Deep Throat." She claimed to have been coerced at gunpoint while filming her pornographic movies. This is despite the possession, distribution, and production of such materials being illegal in many jurisdictions. Related to this, a 2011 Italian study on the pornography viewing habits of young adults documented that 16.5% of female pornography consumers reported that they had recently watched pornography involving sex with animals. This corresponded to roughly 10% of the female sample in total, who reported "currently" watching bestiality pornography.
In 1973, author Nancy Friday published a famous book on female sexuality titled "My Secret Garden: Women's Sexual Fantasies" that luridly detailed women's deepest sexual fantasies. The book has been dubbed the "innocent dawning of what later became known as the sex-positive feminist movement". The book was infamous for including several highly graphic female fantasies that pertained to the practice of bestiality, "primarily with dogs."
Dickpill[edit | edit source]
Many breeds of dogs have a much larger penis than an average human male, thus making the dogpill concomitant with the dickpill. This may also explain the large worldwide market for canine-inspired dildos. Bad Dragon, one of the most popular retailers selling such products, is the 18,622nd most popular site in the United States and 33,328th most popular website worldwide in terms of online traffic. Although most retailers covertly market their animalistic dildos as "fantasy sex toys" to appeal to a wider demographic (and potentially avoid suspicion), the difference between fantasy and reality is up for debate in some cases, especially when certain dildos being sold appear to be lifelike replicas of real dog penises. More specifically, dog dildos are usually modeled after great Danes, German shepherds, and Alaskan malamutes, all three of which are breeds that are known for having the largest penises in the domesticated dog family. Corroborating this, studies have documented that women gain sexual gratification from inserting all kinds of objects - sometimes as large as soda cans - into their bodies. It is not out of the ordinary for women to experiment with a wide variety of non-humanoid objects, hence why animalistic sex toys are commonplace.
Additionally, data from Google Trends suggests that there is a roughly equivalent search volume for 'dog dildo' as there is for 'realistic dildo' from 2004 to the present. Furthermore, one of the related queries displayed by Google when searching for 'dog dildo' is 'large dog breeds'. This suggests a potential correlation between people who may be searching for canine dildos and those who might be interested in 'practicing for the real thing'.
Arousal[edit | edit source]
More evidence for the dogpill may be that women's genitals are naturally stimulated by zoophilic pornography, whereas men's genitals are not. Meredith Chivers, PhD., an assistant professor of psychology at Queens University in Kingston, conducted an experiment proving that women were aroused by all images of animal coupling they were exposed to: including e.g., Bonobos. Though, it has been argued that this may represent an evolutionary adaption for women to produce vaginal secretions readily in response to sexual stimuli, to prevent tissue damage from coerced sex, etc.
As for male dogs, their arousal is unaffected by heat cycles and is only hindered by social anxiety or frightening stimuli. It is for this reason that professional dog breeders ensure the males are sheltered from such distractions. Otherwise, they are unlikely to develop an erection or show interest around female dogs. However, when considering the casual lifestyle of many women who own male dogs, this may be the desired result, as it ensures a pattern of behavior is instilled in the dog's mind to associate all instincts of loyalty and libido with the female owner and no one else.
Psychological Theories for Dogpilling[edit | edit source]
MemeAnalysis once made a video proclaiming that slime toys and sponges are made to replace absence of tactile play and erotic reality in the digitized, post-modern era (with slime representing wetness and sponges representing breasts). In the same vein, it could be said that a large portion of women have missed out on actual intimacy and are compensating with sex toys and animals. Perhaps even the "maggotpill" (see "BlowFly Girl") could be cited as an extreme example. Slavoj Zizek gave similar ideas in The Desert of the Real that ultimately, post-modernism itself (specifically with regards to feminists' detachment from men) will make people commit acts of controlled self-harm to return to pre-modern times, making bestiality seem more palatable. To demonstrate the validity of these claims, one can check the historical rate of sexual proactiveness and sexual access of males compared to the present and the correlation between bestiality, other forms of sexual deviancy, and their ties to either socio-economic status or adverse childhood events.
Surveys[edit | edit source]
Alfred Kinsey, a well-known human sexuality researcher, conducted a survey in the 1950s that examined the prevalence of bestiality. It was found that 3.6% of adult females sampled confessed to having engaged in such sexual acts after their adolescent period. The 50s were more socially conservative, and thus an even higher figure may be expected in the contemporary, sexually liberated west. Dog ownership has also increased since the 50s. Moreover, self-reported surveys attempting to determine the prevalence of zoophilic sexual activities most likely suffer from a severe bias in that respondents underreport such deviant sexual behavior.
A subsequent study of "highly intelligent women" conducted in 1974 by psychologist Manfred F. DeMartino found that 7% of the sample admitted to having engaged in various forms of sexual activity with animals, primarily with dogs. The author concluded that due to the figure being higher than in the previous study by Kinsey et al. (1953), more intelligent women may be more prone to engaging in such acts This is presumably due to how openness to new experiences correlates with IQ.
WSU research showed that across 144 cultures, dogs that interacted with women were 220% more likely to be treated like people, with women more likely to have a dog "sleeping alongside them" than men. further challenges the notion of dogs being "man's best friend" among younger generations
Miletski (2002) reported that 87% of males and 100% of females who reported any sexual contacts with animals reported dogs as their non-human sexual partner. Further, both Beetz (cited in Beetz 2005) and Williams and Weinberg (2003) reported dogs as the most common recurring animals. This may, in part, be explained by the fact that most other pet animals' sexual organs are incompatible in dimensions and how dogs engage in mounting behavior more often than other pets.
Although most studies regarding the subject have found that men admit to engaging in zoophilic acts more often than women, It is not unheard of for women to be more prone to lie about their sexual behavior and underreport numbers of past sexual partners. In fact, throughout human history and across cultures, one observes the tendency for women's sexual behavior to be heavily controlled to ensure their paternity, so women are likely still under social pressures encouraging chastity and obedience in women which may cause such a bias. By admitting to deviant sexuality, women also risk being subject to fierce gossip by other women. Moreover, it can be argued that men frequently perform zoophilic acts out of desperation (because of males having much higher libido). Conversely, due to women's lower libido on average as compared to men and their typical ease of finding a willing sexual partner, it can be argued that women perform these acts more often solely due to zoophilic preferences.
Even though these figures might sound low, people have, on average, 600 acquaintances, meaning it is quite possible that everyone has encountered at least one woman who has had sexual intercourse with a dog. Since only 44% of U.S. citizens own a dog, the prevalence of such sex acts is likely around twice as high among dog owners.
Secret language[edit | edit source]
Many zoophiles use coded language to describe sexual acts with dogs. For example, "K9" is oftentimes used as shorthand for when women copulate with male dogs. Various double entendres along the lines of "69" or "doggystyle" as covert references to bestiality are commonplace on zoophile websites.
More specifically, descriptions such as "knotting" or "taking the knot" (when said of a woman) may be used to signify penetrative sex with a male dog, as the canine penis features the bulbus glandis (nicknamed the "knot") at its base, which swells upon arousal and inflates to full size during ejaculation, causing it to become locked (or "tied") inside its recipient for an extended period of time to ensure the proper deposition of semen into the female during copulation. According to many self-proclaimed female zoophiles, this is said to provide a very pleasurable sensation when fully inserted into the vagina, as it rests firmly against the woman's g-spot, leading to intense orgasms. Many people have also described becoming aroused by merely reading about such accounts, perhaps adding more validity to its apparent prevalence in casual language online. Homonym-related puns such as "knotty" instead of "naughty" or "knot" instead of "not" are surprisingly commonplace in certain contexts, although they usually derive from members of the furry fandom making sex jokes about anthropomorphic canine characters rather than zoophiles describing bestiality.
Some dogpill theorists have also speculated that certain women who decorate themselves with tattoos depicting dog paw prints may be using it as a secret code to communicate openness toward bestiality to fellow zoophiles (similar to the "ace of spades" brand used by coalburners.) If one is perceptive, one can see that they often have such tattoos near the waist, which is where a male dog's forepaws would latch on and grip during sexual intercourse. However, the validity of this hypothesis is still up for debate.
Origin[edit | edit source]
Pre-modernity[edit | edit source]
It could be argued that the first dogpill theorist was the Ancient Greek historian Herodotus, who wrote at length in his famous "histories" about the supposed penchant of Pharaonic Egyptian women for engaging in acts of bestiality with a menagerie of animals, including dogs. The Qing dynasty era Chinese author Pu Songling wrote a book about the subject, with the English translation of the title of the book being "The Fornicating Dog". In the work, a traveling businessman is cuckolded and (eventually) murdered by the family dog. After word of the wife's scandalous relationship with the animal spreads, she and the dog are sentenced to death by lingchi (slow slicing, or the infamous 'death by a thousand cuts'), but not before the couple is forced to copulate in public.
Modern era to current age[edit | edit source]
Otto Weininger, in his opus "Sex and Character" claimed that zoophilia in women was explained by them being existentially closer to animals than men are, stating: "As a matter of fact, women are sisters of the flowers, and are in close relationship with the animals. Many of their sexual perversities and affections for animals indicate this."
A Hollywood film has been produced on the subject.
The concept has leaked into the popular consciousness in recent years. It is difficult to determine how or why the dogpill grew in notoriety outside of the incelosphere, but the popularity of the concept on semi-fringe internet spaces that often influence mainstream internet culture, such as 4chan, is likely one of the primary reasons. The prominent 'breadtuber', VaushV, wrote an essay on the topic.
Dogpill gallery[edit | edit source]
Emergency room personnel are sometimes the only people to bear witness to the fact that a zoophilic act has occurred.
White Girls Fuck Dogs[edit | edit source]
Timeline[edit | edit source]
2013[edit | edit source]
2019[edit | edit source]
- Former model to ‘marry’ her dog after giving up on men following 220 failed dates
- A former director of the United Nations Population Division recommends women to get a dog rather than marrying
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- /r/dogpillscience (a forum dedicated to scientific studies and web articles pertaining to the dogpill)
See also[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0093691X13001052 Bulbus glandis + Pars longa glandis is 17.4±1.19 cm compared to human 13.12±1.66 cm, i.e., about 30% longer across a variety of breeds, with the average being longer than 97.6% of men,
- https://thepupcrawl.com/what-breed-of-dog-has-the-biggest-penis/ "[The great Dane] is considered the tallest dog globally. Their giant-like size weighs somewhere between 60 to 80 kgs. Their average height is 72 to 78 cm, and so their penis size ranges around 8 to 9 inches." "With a height of 72 to 75 cm and weight ranging from 50 to 100 kilos, we can expect the penis size of a male shepherd to be somewhere between 8 to 10 inches, maybe more." "[The average male husky is] around 7 inches"
- Alfred CK, Pomeroy W, Martin C, Gebhard P. 1953. "Sexual behavior in the human female" Pt. 2: "Animal Contacts." Institute for Sex Research. WB Sanders Company. [Abstract]
- https://books.google.de/books?id=iBoEAQAAIAAJ e.g., in 1974 Morton M. Hunt estimated the prevalence higher among men than women (4.9% vs 1.9%, p < 0.001)