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Respecting Animals Means Going Vegan – International Vegan Association
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Mind If I Order the Cheeseburger? And Other Questions People Ask Vegans
Introduction to Animal Rights: Your Child or the Dog?
Rain Without Thunder: The Ideology of the Animal Rights Movement
Animals, Property and the Law
Eat Like You Care: An Examination of the Morality of Eating Animals
Animal Rights: The Abolitionist Approach
FAQ Part 1
Don’t welfare regulations protect animals from “unnecessary” cruelty?
But I LOVE cheese!
What about companion animals? Would I have to give them away?
Other animals prey on one another, so why shouldn’t we? It’s natural.
What about the plants that are killed or harmed by eating a plant-based diet?
FAQ Part 2
How would it be possible to grow enough fruits, vegetables and grain for everyone to be vegan when so many people are starving already?
You mean you don’t even use wool or silk?
What do I do with all the items I already own that are made of wool, leather, fur, silk, etc?
Doesn’t becoming vegan mean others will see me as extreme? Will I be isolated from my friends and family?
I’m already a vegetarian, and I avoid products that involve extreme cruelty, such as veal and foie gras. Isn’t that enough?
FAQ Part 3
But we breed animals for the purpose of eating them, and using their milk, eggs, etc. Isn’t that what they’re for?
Why should I care about animal suffering when there is so much human suffering in the world?
If the whole world became vegan, what would happen to all the animals already on farms? Wouldn’t they overrun the planet?
Only people with enough money to buy fruits and vegetables can be vegan. Isn’t it a privileged position?
I only eat free-range, cage-free, and locally-raised animal products. Isn’t that good enough?
September 7, 2016
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