With militant anti-specist vegans growing in numbers, and the charismatic Peter Singer’s of this world, it’s only a matter of time before:
- Someone starts pushing for legality because the animal is enjoying it and not showing signs of distress ( definition of “no” will have to be proven) and is therefore not rape
- The human has a genetic predilection to such things called zoophilia, so it can’t be called an illness
- Jews will lead the way in arguing for marriage to בהמות with Reform leading the way, followed by tree-huggers
- Others will claim it goes against the Judeo/Xtian ethic (but that has little clout now)
Warning: this is a disgusting story. See here if you can stomach it.
I once debated this issue with one of my alumni, and whilst she wouldn’t engage in such behaviour, she was absolutely militant about the issue, calling me all sorts of names etc because I dared eat meat, or drink milk etc. She even called on people to be killed on sight for eating meat and she wasn’t kidding. I knew her when she was quiet and would never have dreamed that she would become a priestess of this movement.
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I’m surrprised it’s still illegal in Victoria. As far as I know in most places it’s not, and really it’s impossible to defend the laws against it on any secular basis.
The Judeo/Xtian ethic is the only defence
And in many Western countries it is considered unacceptable, even illegal, to make laws on that basis.