A top professor at Princeton University is suffering backlash after he was caught defending the idea that it is OK for people to have sex with animals.

Last week, Princeton bioethics professor Peter Singer defended the indefensible by sharing an article on social media entitled “Zoophilia Is Morally Permissible,” in which the anonymous author says bestiality is a perfectly legitimate sexual proclivity.

Singer praised the article as very “thought-provoking” and worthy of consideration.

The author of the article said he hoped to knock down the taboo of humans forcing themselves sexually on animals.

“As one of our most deeply entrenched social taboos, zoophilia is widely considered to be wrong, and having sex with animals is illegal in many countries,” the author wrote. “In this article, I would like to go against this de facto consensus and argue that zoophilia is morally permissible. This would have major implications for how we legally and socially deal with zoophilia.”

“There is, in fact, nothing wrong with having sex with animals: it is not an inherently problematic sexual practice,” the author exclaimed.

Singer seemed to agree with the author and at least showed he was open to being persuaded.

“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. This article offers a controversial perspective that calls for a serious and open discussion on animal ethics and sex ethics,” Singer wrote.

Naturally, comment after comment lambasted Singer for his positive take on this filth.

But in the end, it is evidence that the slippery slope argument is, in fact, a real thing. The more libidinous liberties we bend over and allow, the sicker these leftists get.

One has to wonder, though. How is it OK to rape an animal but not use them in our food chain?

Just remember this, America… these are the people teaching your children in school.


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