Why Vegetarianism Isn't Enough

Mar 12, 2018

veganism is an ethical doctrine applicable to a wide array of inhumane industries which exploit animals whereas vegetarianism is an personal belief that is it wrong to consume animal flesh

on the surface of things one may argue the differences between vegetarians and vegans is that vegetarian is simply VeganismLite where they allow themselves to indulge in animal products and other means whixh have harmful outcomes upon living beings. in reality many are vegetarian as they wish not to harm animals but do not yet understand the cruelty of other animal industries outside of meat production

while vegans agree with the idea that consuming animal flesh is wrong, we view it as wrong not merely for the reason that is was once a living, sentient being but rather expand views of personal liberties and freedom from unnecessary and exploitation to our non human counter parts too.

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