... excuse me, I need to vomit.
Here, let me help you!!!! :-Xhttp://www.nationalreview.com/articles/220373/peter-singer-strikes-again/kathryn-jean-lopezhttp://www.utilitarian.net/singer/by/2001----.htm
"Peter Singer, a father of the animal rights movement, is no stranger to controversy. For his support of infanticide, euthanasia and abortion as morally justifiable, he has earned the ire of individuals and groups from all cross the political spectrum from the National Council of Disability to the Wall Street Journal.
This is completely unsurprising given Mr. Singer’s political position, preference utilitarianism; the belief, traditionally tied to hedonism, that the action that an individual must take is the one that best minimizes suffering and maximizes pleasure. In a 2000 review of a book, he defended bestiality, noting that while taboos against oral sex, contraception, masturbation and homosexuality have all largely been done away with, bestiality has not.
He went on to explain that its taboo was a mere pretext for distinguishing ourselves from animals, "erotically and any other way", and thus denying them fair treatment. He explained that some intra-species relationships could lead to "mutually satisfying conclusions".
While he came under heavy fire for his comments, PETA president Ingrid Newkirk not only defended Singer, but also bestiality…"
“…When I was working with the Washington Humane Society, there was one case that I was unable to find a way to prosecute, which will always haunt me. It involved a sex club run by men who, we had reason to believe, were sexually assaulting cats in a private home.” --PETA President Ingrid Newkirk and self confessed “Media bleep.”
LOL As someone who has numerous times tried to medicate a house cat with pills or capsules I have serious doubts about Ms. Newkirk’s veracity when she made the above statement. But I must bow to Ms. Newkirk’s superior knowledge and expertise in now to go about having sexual relations with a house cat. However, Newkirk did express glee at the news of the death of Kenneth Pinyan, a Boeing engineer from Seattle who died after paying to be sodomized by a stallion. Ms Newkirk praised Mr. Pinyan as a pioneer in new types of ‘relationships’ between man and beast.
Newkirk, Singer, and HSUS President Wayne Pacelle have all endorsed, reviewed, or written fore words for each others books, and at different times held memberships in the same animal rights organizations.
I have heard rumors that Newkirk was negotiating for the movie rights to Kenneth Pinyan’s life and death.