xrodolfox wrote:2) What is "natural" to me doesn't apply to ethics. It might be natural for me to want to punch someone who pisses me off in the throat, but that doesn't make it any more (or less) ethical.
JP wrote:Spirulina is a badass crew, and they often just hang around in street corners looking to beat up proteins.
They oftenget confused by the fact that they are almost half protein themselves.
fredrikw wrote:As long as we see eggs as food, humans will exploit hens to get them. From a normative point of view it doesn't matter if you happen to stumble across abandoned eggs in the forest or buy battery farmed eggs, you are still part of what makes eating eggs normal, and this is what the egg industry is based on.
As vegans, the change we want to see is to abolish animal exploitation, this will never happen if we keep using short cuts to continue eating and using animal products.
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