Carmen M. Cusack, JD, PhD, is the author of several books, including Pornography and the Criminal Justice System (2014), Criminal Justice Handbook on Masculinity, Male Aggression, and Sexuality (2015), Laws Relating to Sex, Pregnancy, and Infancy: Issues in Criminal Justice (2015), and Animals and Criminal Justice (2015). She has published numerous scholarly articles discussing animals, bestiality, comparative studies, deviance, gender, law and society, and sex, in addition to studies on relevant topics, such as nonconsensual insemination, pornography, and sex offenders. Cusack has edited the Journal of Law and Social Deviance, which publishes scholarly and scientific research articles about crime, interpersonal affairs, law, and subcultures affecting both humans and animals, since 2011, and teaches criminal justice, deviance, law, social services, and sociology courses. She previously worked as a legal clerk for a well-known animal welfare nonprofit organization, and in civil, criminal, entertainment, family, and immigration law. Her service activities include parleying with state and US Congresspersons regarding social justice, environmental issues, and international policy.