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🔹If you wouldn’t eat a dog, why eat a pig? – – – ▪️All animals have the ability to suffer in the same way and to the same degree that humans do. They feel pain, pleasure, fear, frustration, loneliness, and motherly love. Whenever we consider doing something that would interfere with their needs, we are morally obligated to take them into account. – – – 🔥We live in a consumer-driven society. Make ethical choices in what you buy, our individual choices, used collectively for the good of all animals and the environment can change the world faster than laws. – – – 🌱Get help and guidance for 22 days, on Facebook, completely free. 🌿live vegan 🍃Challenge22.com- – – 🔹Learn more about carnism by visiting Melanie Joy's website carnism.org.- – – #love #carnism #speciesism #earthlings #whatthehealth #cowspiracy #veganistheway #bacon #cow #pork #beefsteak #beefeater #beef #thekegsteakhouse #thekeg #steak #steaks #vegan #beefjerky #beefstew #beefstroganoff #beef
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🔥Canada Goose is responsible for torturing and murdering millions of coyotes and geese to be used as fur-trim decoration and insulation inside of Canada Gooses horrific jackets.
◾️All animal “products” involve suffering and death. All of them. We should be crystal clear that the only rational response to recognizing the moral status of nonhumans is to go vegan. If animals matter morally, then any exploitation―however supposedly ‘humane’―is immoral.
🔷Choose to not support the commodification exploitation of the vulnerable.
▪️Live in line with your core beliefs/morals.