veganwithcarnist

alex-questing:

I get so irritated at people saying things like “but isn’t being vegetarian/vegan hard?” and I know they don’t mean to be an ass (most of the time) but just

It’s really not hard and even if it was it’s worth it to stop eating animals and partaking in their slaughter?? I can deal with eating a salad when I’m out with friends if it means I’m not taking part in a system that kills animals

vegan-queen
vegan-pancake:

acti-veg:

fightingforanimals:

Rapunzel, rescued last week from a free range farm. Many free range suppliers to supermarkets have hens in this condition.
Source: Tamara Kenneally Photography

You cannot perform an inhumane act humanely. Free range is a lie created by a multi billion dollar industry to persuade people to consume who would never ordinarily support abusive practices.

Whenever people demand “humane” animal products they are in a paradox: the demand for this improved treatment is based on the idea that animals should not be made to suffer unnecessarily, but killing an animal that we don’t need to eat is precisely causing this unnecessary suffering.

vegan-pancake:

acti-veg:

fightingforanimals:

Rapunzel, rescued last week from a free range farm. Many free range suppliers to supermarkets have hens in this condition.

Source: Tamara Kenneally Photography

You cannot perform an inhumane act humanely. Free range is a lie created by a multi billion dollar industry to persuade people to consume who would never ordinarily support abusive practices.

Whenever people demand “humane” animal products they are in a paradox: the demand for this improved treatment is based on the idea that animals should not be made to suffer unnecessarily, but killing an animal that we don’t need to eat is precisely causing this unnecessary suffering.