No Leather

On Being A Vegetarian

Vegan Pyramid

I’m a vegetarian for a variety of reasons, health, high blood pleasure, my family’s history of heart disease, disgusting antibiotics and steroids that are pumped into animals when they’re being farmed, and the resulting complications of becoming immune to medicine are all there, but one of the primary reasons for me is animal right and not wanting to put myself above other living creatures on the hypothetical food chain when it’s absolutely not necessary.

I’m not a vegan. I don’t have an issue with people thinking that I am, and I fully support the politics of their movement. I whole heartedly agree, in fact. But I don’t feel like I can claim the vegan lifestyle when I will still eat a cake or some chocolate or something. I’m sort of split on the cheese, eggs, and milk thing as it doesn’t involve the death of animal because that’s where my problem mainly lies. I am, however, making it a point to cut back on cheeses, and I’m allergic to eggs, so I don’t really eat a lot of egg related products, anyway. Either way, I do see myself becoming vegan by the end of the year, and a big part of that is what you wear.