i’m sorry, but why are there so many vegans reblogging the beluga whale photoset where they hit the glass?
you can’t find that funny whilst also being against keeping animals in captivity. that’s not how it works!
am i really so boring that nobody will even talk to me :c
- Mum: Your grandma and I saw a dead fox on the road the other day, poor thing!
- Me: There's dead chicken in the trunk of our car right now, why are you sad about some fox?
- Mum: Because he was so young!
- Me: ...
laura pointed out that my theme was messy and confusing, so i’ve done a much needed renovation!
Nothing tastes as good as vegan feels.
Odd, I’ve had bacon, vegan is better.
Wish i didn’t like the taste of meat and cheese so much
i’d vegan that shit harddd
do it! animals are worth more than a taste.
Helpful Vegan Links!
Here’s a list of helpful links.. everything from vegan starter kits, films, shopping sites and vegan living on a budget! Reblog and add your favorite links!
Holocaust on a Conveyor Belt - Assembly Line of Death (non-graphic)
Meet Your Meat
Forks Over Knives
Fat Sick and Nearly Dead
Films for Action
What a Difference a Day Makes (music by Moby)
Veganism is about doing the least amount of harm, and that has nothing to do with consensual oral sex - so stop saying that swallowing isn’t vegan.
You’re not funny. We’ve heard it all before. You just sound like a moron.
It is not up for discussion. In fact, it’s none of your business.
Is it wrong to want validation? Vegans get so much hate, it’s hard not to get discouraged when people bash your morality every fucking day. It’s human to want to do the right thing, and it’s human to want to be recognized and praised.
They just want to feel like they’re doing the right thing. Everyone does. When you grow up in the middle class and don’t have to deal with fuck all, it’s only natural that you’d want to be some sort of a crusader to make you feel less guilty for being so fortunate.
It’s ignorant and quite rude to assume that all vegans are privileged, or that no vegan has come out of rough circumstances. I’m an ethical vegan, prior to that I was a vegetarian for thirteen years, and I was raised by a single mother on welfare in the projects of the third poorest region in America. I didn’t go vegan to “feel less guilty” about my own circumstances, I went vegan because I have a moral issue with torture/slaughter.
I have plenty of my own problems - an abusive mother, several forms of depression, medication-induced brain damage in childhood, frequent sex dysphoria, ongoing economic hardship - despite this, I maintain that animals don’t deserve to be tortured or killed for their bodies.
You don’t have to come from a wealthy family, you don’t have to be without problems - you just have to recognize that you have a hand in something awful, and then stop. It’s literally that fucking simple.