July 19, 2014   12 notes

Anonymous said: You are the worst kind of vegan. Sincerely other Vegans x

"You are too vocal. Sincerely apologists x"

July 19, 2014   12 notes

Anonymous said: Oh by the way you're an asshole. Vegetarians are doing just as good to the world as vegans are.

eggs: http://www.mercyforanimals.org/hatchery/
dairy: http://www.mercyforanimals.org/dairy/

fuck u lol

July 18, 2014   3 notes

Anonymous said: I know nothing of the wool industry. Could you tell me about it and why vegans choose not to use it, please?

http://gentleworld.org/whats-wrong-with-wool/
http://www.veganpeace.com/animal_cruelty/wool.htm
***http://animalrights.about.com/od/animalsusedinclothing/ss/What-S-Wrong-With-Wool-Why-Don-T-Vegans-Wear-Wool.htm***

the stars = my personal fav 

July 18, 2014   250 notes

alanlozano:

When someone asks you a question about being vegan, and a non-vegan answers for you: 

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July 11, 2014   24 notes

Anonymous said: Opinions on vegetarians

July 11, 2014   12 notes

Anonymous said: Is it so difficult to just be respectful of people with differing opinions than yours? Yeah, carnists have shitty opinions but it doesn't give you the right to be mean.

But carnists’ opinions give them the right to exploit, abuse and murder living, breathing, feeling animals? Are you on glue?

July 11, 2014   5 notes

Anonymous said: Hello, I've been a pescatarian (wild only) since the beginning of this year, & I've been having issues gaining the respect of my father (an influential commercial fisherman in Alaska & avid hunter) and pretty much everyone else I know. I am working to eliminate dairy and leather goods, and get closer to a vegan lifestyle (or as close as possible) but my father would disown me if I ever stopped eating fish. Do you have any advice on how to gain respect for my choices, living in such a situation?

Your father sounds like a dickhead. If he honestly doesn’t love you because you’re trying to do as little harm to the planet and animals as possible, then he’s probably not a very good person. Regardless, I know how important it is to maintain family relationships, so hopefully this can help you out:
http://www.veganpublishers.com/multimedia-archive/understanding-your-vegan-family-member/

July 10, 2014   4 notes

Anonymous said: This may seem like a stupid question to ask, but what is your opinion on hunting? I mean, the vegan argument is that animals should not be consumed or used due to the torture they are put through in slaughterhouses & such. However, in the wild that deer has as much a chance of being eaten by a bear as by a hunter. I don't agree w/ hunting for fun & don't eat factory animals, but isn't hunting with the goal of using the animal to support oneself different from eating a pig from a slaughterhouse?

When somebody has an alternative to taking a life for food, they should do it. If you can survive without killing animals you should do it.

July 7, 2014   6 notes

Anonymous said: Although vegetarianism is inadequate as a permanent decision, do you agree that it is useful sometimes as a stepping stone? I went vegan cold turkey and I had to stop, but then i went veggie for a week prior to becoming vegan and it's reeeeally easy now

Yes as a stepping stone it’s okay, as long as you are always aiming toward veganism. I do kind of feel though that once you know about the ethical issues it shouldn’t be that hard to just not eat the shit.

July 7, 2014   647 notes
i-own-a-bearshark:

veggieprobs:

i-own-a-bearshark:

veggieprobs:







Saying you don’t object to the vegan lifestyle is like saying “I don’t object to people who choose not to beat dogs, but I don’t see that as a lifestyle I could live.”

Many vegans abuse animals simply by forcing them to eat vegan pet food. Besides by inferring that all non vegans are abusive towards domestic pets such as dogs simply shows how bigoted you are

That’s not what I was “inferring” (I think you mean “implying”), I was drawing a parallel through the use of an analogy,but your reading comprehension skills are clearly lacking as has been repeatedly demonstrated by your deliberate misinterpretation of the arguments made against you. Feeding your dog an all-natural and complete food that has been approved by a veterinarian hardly qualifies as abuse.

An analogy that is utterly inaccurate as there is no link between being abusive towards domestic pets and eating meat.

Except they’re both animal abuse!?!?!?! Do you see how illogical that is? JFC.Here. Educate yourself.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=es6U00LMmC4

i-own-a-bearshark:

veggieprobs:

i-own-a-bearshark:

veggieprobs:

Saying you don’t object to the vegan lifestyle is like saying “I don’t object to people who choose not to beat dogs, but I don’t see that as a lifestyle I could live.”

Many vegans abuse animals simply by forcing them to eat vegan pet food. Besides by inferring that all non vegans are abusive towards domestic pets such as dogs simply shows how bigoted you are

That’s not what I was “inferring” (I think you mean “implying”), I was drawing a parallel through the use of an analogy,but your reading comprehension skills are clearly lacking as has been repeatedly demonstrated by your deliberate misinterpretation of the arguments made against you. Feeding your dog an all-natural and complete food that has been approved by a veterinarian hardly qualifies as abuse.

An analogy that is utterly inaccurate as there is no link between being abusive towards domestic pets and eating meat.

Except they’re both animal abuse!?!?!?! Do you see how illogical that is? JFC.

Here. Educate yourself.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=es6U00LMmC4