u know what pisses me off is when someone who eats meat tells a vegan/vegetarian/someone who doesnt eat meat that they’re ‘plant murderers’ 

u know what also pisses me off is when a vegan/vegetarian/someone who doesnt eat meat tells a person who does eat meat that they’re ‘murderers’ 

its 2015 can we please start respecting what people choose to eat and choose to not eat (within reason) 

just bc someone doesnt eat meat or animal products doesnt mean theyre crazy or unhealthy and the same goes for people who choose to eat meat and animal products  

pls stop

  • News:This man tortured dogs in his backyard.
  • Multiple people with reputable sources:The meat industry kills thousands of animals each day, including pigs, cows, chickens. Here's everything you need to know about vegetarianism and veganism, so you don't contribute to this.
  • Tumblr:*silence*
  • Random person:Look at this vine of a cute pig.
  • Tumblr:Omg, so cute! I love animals!

Chocolate Molten Lava Cake!  If you don’t have pretty glass dishes just make them in a muffin tin!  Or you can even be super simple and stick all the ingredients in a mug and then put it in the microwave until it’s firm on the outside and lava on the inside.  

This recipe has:

  1. 2 eggs
  2. 2 egg yolks
  3. a 6 oz. bar of bittersweet chocolate
  4. 2 tablespoons of flour
  5. 1/4 cup of sugar
  6. a stick of butter

Just beat together the eggs and sugar then pour in the melted chocolate and butter and mix in the flour.  Stick it in the oven at 450 degrees for about 12 minutes and eat it hot!

Eating meat is a personal choice just like being vegan is a personal choice, so everyone should just live and let live.             

From an ethical perspective, it is generally agreed that one individual’s right to choice ends at the point where exercising that right does harm to another individual.

Therefore, while it might be legal and customary to needlessly kill and eat animals, it is not ethical. Simply because a thing is condoned by law or society does not make it ethical or moral.

Looked at differently, it is logically inconsistent to claim that it is wrong to hurt animals like cats and dogs and also to claim that eating animals like pigs and chickens is a matter of choice, since we do not need to eat them in order to survive.

So it is clear then, that eating meat is only a matter of choice in the most superficial sense because it is both ethically and morally wrong to do so.  


angrygirlbullshit asked:

Surely as anarchists, we should be opposed to all oppressive structures/views/slurs including body-shaming/"fat"-shaming, especially considering all the patriarchal and classist undertones of body policing?

True, the point is if you eat junk you are certainly gonna get obese. And when that is achieved at the expense of defenseless animals, then I take position and certainly not for those who are fed that way. The image is clear, it points out to anti speciesism not body shaming. 
Furthermore I can’t see how talking about bad alimentation and animal rights that has anything to do with the patriarchal view of the body.


There is world known sentence that Kafka said. “Now I can look at you in peace; I don’t eat you anymore“ he told to the fishes in aquarium.
Kafka started with vegetarianism because of health reasons, but his vegetarianism was also ethical. Later Kafka had an agreement with his sister Ottla, that if the doctors will force him to eat meat, she will be a vegetarian instead of him. It was probably a way how to save the animals. She kept that promise even after his death and remained vegetarian until her death in concentration camp.

Bacon fans shouted obscenities at at these protestors, taunting them with jeers, shouting “plants feel pain,” and even sticking up for slaughterhouses. One man even threw a bacon donut at them from a moving car.

Animals don’t need us to trade jabs and obscenities with meat-eaters. What they need is for us to remind people, every chance we get, that they’re thinking, feeling individuals who only want the same thing we all do: to live freely and in peace.