Re: carnivorism question
Oct 21, 1999 06:07 AM
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Dallas please see attached re your response to carnivorism and sex.
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<HTML><PRE>Thank you Dallas
>You have lost me that "cooperation and brotherhood provide our bodies". Ho=
w would you prove such a statement?
>What does ethics have to do with sex? Whose ethic? What kind of sex?
>Sex is both serious and fun. So is eating, hearing, smelling and seeing. =
Who is going to decide what fun there is about any of these physical senses =
we should eliminate?
>I'm not sure what you mean by physiological and disease transmission. If y=
ou are suggesting that disease attendent with sex proves it should be avoide=
d that is not valid since disease is also associated with eating, breathing,=
touching, exercise, hard work(stress), and wearing chastity belts too tigh=
t(or underwear). Which of these should we abstain from too?
I have not read the reference yet, but I will when I can find it. Neverthel=
ess I am going to ask the same sorts of questions because I am interested in=
the logical or empirical underpinnings.
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