Gary Yourofsky spends a lot of time thinking about raping women… because he really cares about animals. Yourofsky was sponsored by PETA to give animal rights talks in school classes.
But Yourofsky may have proven too much even for an organization that engages in the mass killings of cats and dogs, displays women in cages and mocks cancer patients and the Holocaust.
It might have been all the raping.
In an interview in 2006, Yourofsky said that those who wore fur deserved to be brutally raped. “Every woman ensconced in fur should endure a rape so vicious that it scars them forever,” he said.
Considering that Yourofsky has been to prison several times for his animal rights “activism”, his female friends might want to lose his numbers. And Yourofsky never learned any new tricks. It was always back to rape.
“And if you think there is such a thing as humane slaughter. I’m curious, do you also think there is such a thing as humane rape?”
Apparently based on his 2006 interview, Yourofsky thinks there is. But then there was more Yourofsky rape.
“Meat-eaters begging for vegan respect is akin to NAMBLA (North American Man Boy Love Association) pedophiles asking people who don’t rape little boys for respect. I don’t respect people who choose cruelty. I don’t respect a pedophile’s choice to molest kids. I don’t respect a rapist’s desire to violate a woman’s body. “
And then Yourofsky turned to pig rape.
“Female pigs are forcibly impregnated against their will with long steel devices that shoot hog semen into their uteruses. Sometimes the bestial rape is done by hand but regardless of the technique female pigs are the unwilling baby machines of the meat industry.”
So when Yourofsky showed up in an Eastern Michigan University (EMU) Sociology 101 class, the topic went exactly where you expect.
“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,” he told the students.
Yourofsky began his lifelong obsession with animal rape metaphors at the circus.
What Gary Yourofsky saw when the circus came to town set him on the path of an animal rights activist. Twenty years ago, his stepfather was a volunteer clown in the Shrine Circus, which raised funds for children injured in fires. When it visited Yourofsky’s hometown of Detroit, his stepfather invited him to a behind-the-scenes tour.
“One day after seeing animals backstage at a circus, chained up and caged up, I not only realized that I was witnessing a slave ship, I realized I was a hypocrite, a bigot, a species-ist.”
This is probably the worst way someone tried to subconsciously get back at his circus clown stepfather.
“I started asking, is the slaughterhouse the problem, or is who is getting killed in the slaughterhouse the problem? Because if it were Jews who were getting killed, people would be screaming bloody murder.”
The only thing better than a rape metaphor is invoking the Holocaust. If only Gary Yourofsky’s stepfather had been a volunteer hospital clown, he could be going around the country denouncing organized medicine.