101 Reasons to go Vegan.
I think I’ve re-blogged this before but it’s such a good video, well worth the watch. If you have an open mind please watch, this video won’t harm you in any way (nor will it “force” you to do anything) just inform you…
Watch at your own discretion.
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“I need feminism because my goals and interests are NOT based off of the fact that I am a woman and I’m SICK of people assuming they are!”
Too many times have I been told (or have overheard other women and girls being told) that my interests are “too manly” or that I should like more girly things. I’ve had a family member tell me to “stop reading those silly fantasy books and start reading romance novels you’re a woman now”. I’ve been scorned by other women in my family for not wearing make up, or liking shopping.
And most of all, JUST BECAUSE I AM A WOMAN DOES NOT MEAN I WANT CHILDREN AND NO I WILL NOT CHANGE MY MIND WHEN I GET OLDER SO STOP SAYING THAT I KNOW WHAT I WANT IN LIFE AND HAVING KIDS IS NOT IN THAT PLAN SO STOP PUSHING YOUR MISOGYNISTIC VIEWS ONTO ME AND OTHER WOMEN
Is meat really that necessary?
Animals have feeling too, you know.
sometimes i hate being a vegan
because whenever i see shit like this i break down
like im doing all i can to help and i want them to know that
but they still have to live through this and i cant stand it
This only reason these atrocities still occur is down to every non-vegan believing they have zero personal responsibility. People wanting what comes from someone else’s body is the only reason why this suffering happens in the first place.
None of this is necessary. It isn’t anyone’s right to deny the rights of others. The pain these animals experience doesn’t end when you stop thinking about it.
“Rows and rows of calf hutches for a 16,000 cow dairy farm in eastern Oregon - one of the many dairy farms in the US.
On dairy farms, there are new babies being born every single day. Many dairy farms use the “hutch housing” system. Babies stolen from their mothers after birth (standard dairy industry practice) are housed in “calf hutches” (as seen). These babies, who are not allowed to drink their mothers’ milk, are fed “milk replacer” (another standard dairy industry practice) while their milk goes into the products humans consume.
For every hutch, there is a grieving mother and a motherless calf. The dairy industry would have us believe that this is humane. Don’t buy the lie.”