This time it is a serious subject.
This is written to let you know the idea of vegan.
I’m sorry to say that not all vegan people think of this title.
However, as I wrote in the title, I think there are many vegan who think that animals are not the property of humans.
- I have doubts about how to handle animals!
- I want to know the idea that vegans “do not exploit animals”!
- What does animal rights mean?
The category “Pets are friends. Livestock are food.”
Pets are friends. Livestock are food.
(The word pet itself may mean possession, but please understand it with the nuance of “dogs and cats are families” overseas.)
“Pets” and “livestock”
It is a role and category decided by humans.
If you get rid of it, all that remains is an animal that has emotions, personality, and an instinct to live.
Whites are masters. Blacks are slaves.
Men work. Women do housework.
Heterosexuals are normal. Homosexuals are abnormal.
This is a category that some people have decided on their own.
If you get rid of this, what remains is
It’s just a human being with no difference.
So I don’t think you need to be tied to a category at all.
Unfounded, for some people
It’s just a role that was made convenient.
Now, people have noticed the mistake and have become a bad habit.
I’m trying to get rid of that category.
I think the category for animals is the same.
What is the reason for eating a particular animal?
Why do we only eat them?
From the animals, they don’t feel any difference.
It’s just the same animal.
There is no difference between human beings and human beings.
Just as there is no point in giving superiority or inferiority depending on skin color or origin,
I don’t think there is any point in giving animals superiority or inferiority for each category.
Great quotes for animal rights
Alice Walker Quotations
The animals of the world exist for their own reasons.
They were not made for humans any more than blacks were made for whites, or women for men.Alice Malsenior Walker
(February 9, 1944-)
African-American writer and feminist.
Abraham Lincoln Quotations
I am in favor of animal rights as well as human rights.
That is the way of a whole human being.Abraham Lincoln
(February 12, 1809-April 15, 1865)
Former President of the US.
It is “common sense” that changes greatly with the times and affects everyone.
“Common sense” is not always the right thing to do.
Looking back on history, everyone would think so.
So, I think it is very important to doubt your own assumptions and update.
We live in the framework of premise.
The framework is socially formed values.
I think this is mostly for profit.
Because it was made by people with some power.
I think history is not to repeat, but to learn from it.
What do you think about the current relationship between animals and humans?
I hope you feel something.