My last pic being Vegan...

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Re: My last pic being Vegan...

#46 Postby Vegan Joe » Tue Mar 30, 2010 10:57 am

Vegans don't eat egg!
Actually in my personal life how I portray my veganism to other is unknown by you.
But here in this thread I am talking to a person who want to make reality fit her thoughts and feelings. Do you argue for a flat world because it makes you and others feel better?
Go judge Veganluv and her clothing.
Now that you're done judging me here.
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Re: My last pic being Vegan...

#47 Postby blueduckxx » Wed Dec 07, 2011 7:27 pm

Ruz wrote:Thanks Ellie.
I don't eat eggs either, but I see veganism as "ethical eating" and not a list of what you can and can't eat.
I know many vegans who would shudder at the thought of eating eggs from "pet" chickens, but then purchase many unethically produced foods from the supermarket, which exploit people in the third world, or damage the environment etc
I think people need to think about what veganism means to them.
You don't award someone the title "vegan", that's just more of that "holier than thou" crap which some vegans like to spurt and which makes ALL carnivores HATE vegans and NEVER helped spread our message either!
This guy is living in harmony with his environment and isn't exploiting animals!! He is an ethical eater and so a "vegan" in my book.
I could, afterall, argue that any vegan out there who is a pet owner, is ALSO exploiting animals..I dont see much difference really. Both species receive positive benefits from the relationship.
Some of you need to see the larger picture :wink:

i know this is an old thread, but amazing points you have Ruz! I dig them.

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