I appreciate your willingness to chat. I would say that most of our views about animals come from the culture that we grew up in. We have been taught that animals are lower than us and hence we can eat
I’ve read quite a few articles and discussions on the internet (and in books) debating whether human beings are naturally omnivores or herbivores. I’m sure you’ve seen the debate; humans don’t have claws, sharp teeth, the stomach acidity nor intestinal
Recently chicken farmers and meat processors were bailed out by the U.S. government, to the tune of $40 million dollars, for the purchase of chicken carcasses. Chicken producers are having a rough time these days with the combination of higher
One of the most difficult things for vegans and activists is to experience the continuing exploitation of nonhuman animals by our family members and those closest to us. How do you deal with this? How do you find peace, if
What’s your best elevator pitch for “Why are you vegan?” Alexa Reed Because I didn’t want to contribute to animal suffering, environmental damage, and human starvation. So, why meat? Carolin Iseler I hate plants 😉 Jenn
If a non-vegan challenged you to recommend a book that would make them go vegan, what book would that be and why? Robert D. Shepherd Slaughterhouse by Gail Eiznitz. Windy Lynn Brown The China Study…the most comprehensive study ever conducted
When you advocate for “humane” meat, dairy and eggs, you are not doing anyone a favor. You are certainly not doing any favors to the animals that will be brutally slaughtered. You are not doing any favors to the health
Veganism at its core is about justice. Veganism is a social justice movement that places an animal’s right to be left to his or her own devices as the center of justice.