EVERYTHING VEGAN

September 1, 2014 6:13 pm
earthandanimals:


Should I let it grow? by Frank Rønsholt

earthandanimals:

Should I let it grow? by 

 
6:05 pm

love-is-liberation:

"What about humane meat"
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"Veganism is so expensive"
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"Vegan diets are so unhealthy"
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"But cows need to be milked"
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"Plants have feelings, too"
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6:03 pm
earthlynation:

Luna Moth (by C.A.Taylor)

earthlynation:

Luna Moth (by C.A.Taylor)

 
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5:50 pm

askerquestioner

lusitanoqueen: Oh my god another vegan equestrian I love you. Haha it's kind of weird being vegan and equestrian because on one hand the equestrians think you're hippies who don't know anything about horses and the vegans who don't ride think you're an animal abusing murderer. Sigh.

vegantine:

Holy shit, that is the most accurate thing I’ve ever heard. I follow you on my equine blog (musicalfreestyle) and I know you’re fab! Thanks your the nice message!

Tragic.

Vegans don’t ride horses.

havocados: you really need to drop vegan from your vocabulary

 
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"THINK about what you are eating… It contains more suffering and pain than you can imagine."

"THINK about what you are eating… It contains more suffering and pain than you can imagine."

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August 31, 2014 10:42 pm
Capitalist Myopia

Capitalist Myopia

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August 28, 2014 1:55 pm
True story…
"One particularly poor argument in defence of eating meat is that if humans did not eat animals, those animals would not have been brought into existence in the first place. Humans would simply not have bred them in the numbers they do breed them. 
The claim is that although these animals are killed, this cost to them is outweighed by the benefit to them of having been brought into existence. This is an appalling argument for many reasons. First, the lives of many of these animals are so bad that even if one rejected my argument one would still have to think that they were harmed by being brought into existence. Secondly, those who advance this argument fail to see that it could apply as readily to human babies that are produced only to be eaten. Here we see quite clearly that being brought into existence only to be killed for food is no benefit. It is only because killing animals is thought to be acceptable that the argument is thought to have any force.” 
- David Benatar, Better Never to Have Been: The Harm of Coming into Existence, p. 3.

True story…

"One particularly poor argument in defence of eating meat is that if humans did not eat animals, those animals would not have been brought into existence in the first place. Humans would simply not have bred them in the numbers they do breed them.

The claim is that although these animals are killed, this cost to them is outweighed by the benefit to them of having been brought into existence. This is an appalling argument for many reasons. First, the lives of many of these animals are so bad that even if one rejected my argument one would still have to think that they were harmed by being brought into existence. Secondly, those who advance this argument fail to see that it could apply as readily to human babies that are produced only to be eaten. Here we see quite clearly that being brought into existence only to be killed for food is no benefit. It is only because killing animals is thought to be acceptable that the argument is thought to have any force.”


- David Benatar, Better Never to Have Been: The Harm of Coming into Existence, p. 3.

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