Animal wrote:Gonna order this one:
This merges my old school metal sensibilities with the vegan passion. Almost as cool as Arawn's reworked Venom logo.
tempehmomma wrote:I love that t-shirt. Can dietary vegans wear it or is it for ethical vegans?
Animal wrote:Perhaps we need a term for animal free diets, independent of the vegan lifestyle (I heard the term 'true vegetarian' tossed around a couple of time, but maybe its not a good name).
There is a description it's called a Dietary Vegan!Animal wrote:I guess there is no description for an animal free diet that is not linked to animal rights sentiments.
I think you should re-word this last sentence with don't instead of won't. Won't implies someone should, which sounds judgmental IMO.Sometimes I run into people that maintain a vegan diet, but won't subscribe to veganism as a way of life.
tempehmomma wrote:I think you should re-word this last sentence with don't instead of won't. Won't implies someone should, which sounds judgmental IMO.
I respect your opinion because of your honesty. I wish more ethical vegans were as straightforward.Animal wrote:tempehmomma wrote:I think you should re-word this last sentence with don't instead of won't. Won't implies someone should, which sounds judgmental IMO.
I am judgmental. I'm trying to be somewhat diplomatic about it, but to be perfectly honest I do consider a lifestyle that exploits animals morally wrong.
When I say people should not be raping and killing children, I'm still being judgmental. But nobody objects because its a common judgment. But when I object to animal being butchered when it isn't necessary, I'm judging against the grain and people get defensive. I'm just telling it like it is.
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