Eastern Michigan University (EMU) has reportedly hosted controversial animal activist Gary Yourofsky to lecture young minds on the evils of eating meat and other food products such as yogurt and eggs, as reported by the right-of-center news portal Front Page Magazine on Nov. 11, 2013.
Although news of the event was not released to the general public until after the fact, Yourofsky spoke before a EMU Sociology 101 class in which he equated the consumption of animals and animal-products to engaging in sexual congress with beasts:
Is bestiality weird to you? Doing sexual things with animals?
Because I used to think everybody thought so, but not even close, my meat, cheese, and egg-loving friends, because you engage in carnivorous bestiality on a daily basis.
Long known for over-the-top statements regarding those who ingest animal flesh and/or wear hides or furs, Yourofsky said in a 2006 interview:
Every woman ensconced in fur should endure a rape so vicious that it scars them forever.
Pigs Have Feelings, Too…
Under the sponsorship of PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) from 2002 to 2005, the questionable spokes-entity for the vegan lifestyle related that Big Pork is behind the disregarding of the emotional wants and needs of sows:
Female pigs are forcibly impregnated against their will with long steel devices that shoot hog semen into their uteruses.
Despite the lack of empirical evidence that swine are capable of free will or monogamous relationships, the über-animal advocate further indicted the meat industry thus:
Sometimes the bestial rape is done by hand but regardless of the technique female pigs are the unwilling baby machines of the meat industry.
Another über-animal advocate group, Animals Deserve Absolute Protection Today and Tomorrow (ADAPTT), posted on their official website’s biography of Yourofsky that a lawyer once attempted to have the state of Michigan pass a resolution honoring Yourofsky due to his “liberating more than 1,500 soon-to-be-murdered minks” in Canada:
We recognize that throughout this nation’s history, other individuals, acting from conscience have similarly violated certain laws and ordinances.
In our own time, these same principles of nonviolent disobedience to unjust laws have been applied by such individuals as the Mahatma Mohandas K. Gandhi and the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., both of whom were—as was Michigan’s Gary Yourofsky—sentenced to jail for their actions.