"Ethicist" Peter Singer shares story about the morality of "sexual contact between humans and animals" ... the slippery slope remains undefeated
· Nov 10, 2023 · NottheBee.com

The fundamental baptists from 1985 were right.

Peter Singer, a Princeton University "ethicist" who argues that infanticide is okay up to 30 days post-birth, raping handicapped people may be morally permissible, but that it's wrong to eat animals has given us the next wave in ethical discussions:

It's wrong to eat animals, but taking them to bed? I guess that's more of a gray area for this ethicist.

To channel Auron MacIntyre.

Periodic reminder that the religious right was mocked mercilessly for correctly predicting the future.

Okay, Singer may be "fringe," but he's incredibly well-known, and he really pushes this animal rights issue. That's what his latest book is about.

But while pushing for animal dignity he is also open to arguments for ... to put it bluntly, bestiality.

The slippery slope has remained undefeated.

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