Jesuits At Fordham University: Sex With Animals Okay But Ann Coulter is Banned
After effectively barring conservative columnist Ann Coulter from speaking on campus last week, the Jesuit college Fordham University welcomed infanticide and bestiality advocate Peter Singer for a panel discussion on Friday.
According to Fordham's media relations website, Singer, a tenured Princeton bioethics professor, spoke from 4 to 6 p.m. in a panel the university promised "will provoke Christians to think about other animals in new ways."
Singer has long lamented the societal stigma against having sex with animals.
"Not so long ago," Singer wrote in one essay, "any form of sexuality not leading to the conception of children was seen as, at best, wanton lust, or worse, a perversion. One by one, the taboos have fallen. But & not every taboo has crumbled."
In the essay, titled "Heavy Petting," Singer concluded that "sex across the species barrier," while not normal, "ceases to be an offence [sic] to our status and dignity as human beings."
"Occasionally mutually satisfying activities may develop" when humans have sex with their pets, he claimed.
Public Advocate says this is no Catholic Institution that bans a moderate conservative like Ann Coulter who we disagree with on pro-family issues since she has sold us out-- and instead welcomes people like Singer.