Ava Odoéména wrote:The very point of veganism which distinguishes it from vegetarianism, is the *extension* beyond food, incorporating the rejection of all avoidalbe things made from animals, including leather, fur, wool, silk or cosmetics/medication tested on animals.
bob_summers wrote:i hear what you're saying, though i'm not sure if it's just celebs that are capable of being rubbish vegans. i knew an ex-vegan who went back to eating meat as veganism was, she told everybody, making her ill. despite drinking 2L of diet coke a day.
i know another who went from hunt sabber, to sab hunter. etc.
one positive thing about mr tyson being vegan, is that he looks like he eats rather a lot. so, for whatever period of time he does stay vegan, that's a fair amount of animal products unconsumed.
Johnboy74 wrote: oh these hyperreal postmodern times of the real and fantasy.
XkillerX wrote:Lacking such real life celebrity.... I propose:
JP wrote:I dont believe in inspecting peoples reasons and motives too strictly, but if someone is vegan it means they wouldnt use leather etc, so i cant see how they would only be it for dietary reasons.
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