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How To Explain Why You’re Vegan

Different people go vegan for different reasons and there are hundreds of reasons for choosing to avoid animal products but the simplest most universal reason is because it’s the right thing to do it helps the animals it helps the environment and it helps us some people ask this question aggressively because deep down they’re scared of having to take responsibility for their actions so they try to intimidate and disempower you with bitterness and sarcasm it’s common for vegans to become defensive and mutter and incoherent response and attempt to change the subject and avoid awkwardness but don’t let others stop you from speaking the truth all you’re saying is that you don’t want to have animal abuse as part of your lifestyle and society where that’s still considered normal it’s their burden not yours be fearless and proud of the fact that you’re doing the right thing don’t underestimate the person you’re talking to because anyone can change and just understand that most vegans are in this position too before someone explain to them that compassion is a better option every vegan should have a confident response to the question why you vegan because in many cases when someone asks it’ll be the first time they’ve heard about veganism there’s an immense pressure to find the right words that will help them understand and there’s no perfect answer the world’s for every person in every situation but here are some quotes and ideas that worth learning we all say that we love animals and we’re all against animal cruelty but we pay people to mutilate torture and slaughter animals and it’s not for any necessity it’s not because we need to for our health it’s just because we like the way they taste I’m vegan for the female cows who are artificially inseminated then have their babies taken away to their death I’m vegan for the chickens who had D beak then forced into small cages I’m vegan for the cows who were beaten because they’re too sick to walk themselves to their own slaughter I’m vegan for the pigs who were slammed to pieces on the ground I’m vegan for the male chicks were tossed into a grinder alive I’m vegan for the foxes who were skinned alive for fur I’m vegan for the orcas who have stolen from their families and forced to entertain I’m vegan for the bunnies who were tested on for makeup I’m vegan for the elephants in Chains at the circus who were beaten to perform but most importantly I’m vegan because I reject slavery cruelty murder we have the power to save over 1,100 gallons of water 45 pounds of grain 30 square feet of forested land 20 pounds of co2 and one arm was life every single day a Whole Foods plant-based diet can help prevent rate in Reverse 14 of our 15 leading causes of death including our top three killers if there was a way to be healthy while saving animals and helping protect the planet why wouldn’t you do it it’s easy to be vegan we don’t need to be animals we benefit in every conceivable way from not eating them and the good news is that being vegan doesn’t mean you have to give up taste or your favorite foods these days there exist amazing vegan alternatives to every meat every cheese and even eggs and there are hundreds of recipes for all kinds of great vegan meals the more you talk to people the more you can start to remember different kinds of responses that resonate with different kinds of people James aspies response is one of the most sincere inspiring ways of expressing why we’re vegan if you’re talking to someone with a strong sense of justice or someone who deeply loves animals explaining how the industries work can be very effective and sparked conversation for people who want to protect the planet give them facts from conspiracy about how and why agriculture is the leading cause of environmental destruction and for those who are health-conscious it’s okay to tell the health benefits of eliminating unhealthy animal products it’s easier for people to understand the ethics wants to change their dietary habits even if it is for some more selfish reasons and sometimes leading by example is the best way to get people interested in the lifestyle so showing them how easy it is and how tasty vegan meals are they’re more likely to understand your points never underestimate the power of stories using anecdotes from your life to show why you chose to change can stay with people and help them relate their personal journeys with yours many vegans were once militant meat eaters who mocked and ridiculed vegans because they didn’t understand powerful stories give us hope that anyone can turn their life around and choose compassion the brazen our talk about science was to raise awareness for the voiceless victims of this planet vo the animals it doesn’t always matter what you say when people ask you why you’re vegan what matters is how you say it don’t let fear stop you from speaking up use every question as an opportunity to inspire compassion in those who are too scared to change and don’t be intimidated by sarcasm and ignorance speak with such passion and conviction that they can’t help but listen to your voice then back down speak the truth like you’d want it to be told if you were cure not to be slaughtered you might not always have the perfect words but if you choose to say nothing you live amidst the opportunity to change someone’s life and you’ll have missed the opportunity to speak up against injustice we all say we love animals and we all are against animal cruelty but we pay people to mutilate torture and slaughter animals killing is never humane it’s never gentle it’s never kind and it’s not fair any necessity it’s not because we need to for our health it’s just because we like the way they taste I remember Center vegetarians if every animal you know he I three will you eat one it used to be we all have different likes dislikes different nationalities and religions too but there’s one thing that we need to have in common with each other and that’s peace genuine compassion there’s no valid argument for a westerner in the world we live with an abundance of fruit and vegetables on every street corner to ever pay someone to kill that animal on our behalf that we wouldn’t want to kill in the first place when we don’t need to

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