OC Comment: Temple Grandin is a welfarist who designs slaughterhouses meant to lessen the stress on animals. Rather than maintaining that killing animals is altogether wrong, as an abolitionist does, Ms. Grandin instead attempts to diminish the stress of the killing “experience” on animals. This is an essay written in opposition of such.
The following essay was written by autistic author, activist and co-founder of Autism Network International, Jim Sinclair. Sinclair noted that he wrote this in “response to Temple Grandin’s writing about her work in the slaughter industry, especially as described in Thinking In Pictures.”
If you love something, you don’t kill it. I didn’t need to spend time in a squeeze box to learn that. Love is not killing.
If you know what another being feels–not just how you feel when you touch it–then you know that living things want to remain alive. It doesn’t…
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