Vegan Speak



Meat and dairy tastes good

Choosing to consume animal products based on personal pleasure implies that unethical actions can be justified based on one’s personal pleasure. Consider the implications of this carefully. Harming another sentient being for our own pleasure is not only immoral, but perpetuates a culture of violence and disregard for the well-being of others.

Animals raised for food often experience immense physical and emotional suffering leading up to and during slaughter. Common animal farming include confining animals to unnaturally small spaces, depriving them of their natural behaviors and social interactions, and subjecting them to painful procedures without adequate pain relief.

It is possible to make choices that prioritize both personal pleasure and ethical considerations.

While animal products have been a staple in human diets for centuries, we now have the knowledge and resources to choose alternative sources that do not require the exploitation of and violence towards animals. In fact, research shows that a plant-based diet can provide all the necessary nutrients for optimal health and can even reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.

Therefore, reducing or eliminating animal products from our diets is not only a compassionate choice for animals, but also a responsible choice for our own health and the environment.