It’s common for ethical vegans to feel discouraged in a world where our beliefs go against the grain. But the way we respond to certain situations can help bridge gaps between people with different ideologies.
There is no humane way to load a sentient being into a truck to send them off to a death they do not desire. Jessica Scott-Reid examines the fight against the cruel practice of farmed animal transport.
For a show that gets so much right, the scene discussed below leaves me wondering if it is demonstrating self-awareness of liberal ignorance on animal ethics, or if it is merely exemplifying its entrenchment in liberal ignorance over issues of animal ethics.
The dairy industry is one built on extreme suffering and cruelty. And it’s existence is completely unnecessary.
Horse-drawn carriages are no longer necessary in today’s day and age. Too many horses suffer significantly pulling carriages down busy urban streets and the practice needs to be banned immediately.
In a world rife with human suffering and problems, why should one focus on animal rights and animal suffering? My answer is at once moral, emotional, and rational.