BREAKING NEWS – Princeton, New Jersey – An Ivy League professor and self-described animal rights activist promoted a pro-bestiality study online, calling it “thought-provoking.”
Princeton University bioethics professor Peter Singer shared the study from the Journal of Controversial Ideas, which he co-founded, saying the article challenges society’s “taboo” against having sex with animals.
“This piece challenges one of society’s strongest taboos and argues for the moral permissibility of some forms of sexual contact between humans and animals,” Singer continued. “It offers a controversial perspective that calls for a serious and open discussion on animal ethics and sex ethics,” to “read and ponder” the study promoting sex with animals.
Singer said he predicted that within ten years people will accept “inter-mammal relationships”, and “it will be normal for people to be looking for dates at bars, parties, rescue centers, and zoos.”