People from all over the world and all walks of life are vegetarian. While it may not be the most popular diet of choice, there’s still a plethora of famous and influential individuals that have chosen to take the route of being vegetarian. These people are also unintentional tools in disproving a lot of arguments that meat eating enthusiasts tend to raise. We all know the defaults; “being vegetarian won’t help you build muscle”, “being vegetarian is a stupid decision”, and so forth, and so on.
Today I’m going to talk a bit about the ethical reasons to go vegetarian. I went vegetarian for ethical reasons, personally, so this is a reason that is very close to my heart. I believe all animals are equal to humans and even if they weren’t, it would then seem even worse that we kill them to eat them as that is just taking advantage of them. Continue reading
Some stupid comments people have made about being vegetarian and why they are stupid.
So there are many different ways to keep all the pigs, and other animals for that matter, of the world happy. This is mainly by converting to one of the “-arians” that have started up over the years. I’m just going to go into a quick over view of each different type so people can learn to understand the difference and also hopefully find the one that suits them, their lifestyle and their beliefs best.