By Steve Weinstein
By Devon Maloney
By Tessa Stuart
By Alison Flowers
By Albert Samaha
By Jesse Jarnow
By Eric Tsetsi
By Raillan Brooks
Bestiality is a sign of low self-esteem, social inadequacy, and possible childhood sexual abuse being acted out on an animal that cannot consent. Half of 116 sexual offenders on parole or probation who were studied in Missouri admitted to having engaged in sexual intercourse with an animal. Bestiality is illegal in 24 states and many countries. No one is born to have sex with an animal. What on earth can Peter Singer be thinking?
Mike Rolland, Founder
Animal Sexual Abuse Information &
Resource Site (ASAIRS)
JUDGMENT @ NUREMBERG
I read Sharon Lerner's "The Nuremberg Menace" [April 10] with dismay. The article came across like a press release from an abortion-advocacy group. Had Lerner printed reaction from legitimate pro-life groups, your readers would have been aware that the Nuremberg Files Web site is run by one wacko vigilante who is condemned by 99.9 percent of the pro-life community.
Sharon Lerner replies: It was exactly my point that the Nuremberg Files Web site is run by a wacko vigilante. Nowhere did I say or imply otherwise.
A photo of the wrong restaurant appeared with Robert Sietsema's review of Arunee Thai Cuisine in last week's issue.
COLUMNISTS HONOR HENTOFF
Nat Hentoff is the recipient of the National Society of Newspaper Columnists' Lifetime Achievement Award for 2001.