Fighting for animal liberation and an end to speciesism
An ethical approach to life (and this planet) is, I believe, the way to go.
A sustainable way of life is also essential.
Some animals (and even plants!) are carnivores; some are vegetarian; some are omnivores. Before the Neolithic Revolution humans lived with nature. Scientists call pre-agricultural humans 'Hunters & Gatherers'. They had a very varied diet and hunted animals for their meat for over 2 million years.
12 thousand years ago humans first started growing…Continue
In a short comment on Culture & Ethics, Discovery Institute’s Wesley J. Smith applauded Donald Trump for declaring January 2018 as “National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month.” Trump’s decree reads in part as follows:
NOW, THEREFORE, I, DONALD J. TRUMP, President of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, do hereby…Continue
As travelers on a quest for new experiences, we are constantly attracted to the unique and adventurous. We crave for a different experience, look to pushing boundaries and find the need to live our lives to the fullest. Because why shouldn’t we? But our travels should be responsible and our actions should always be ethical.
While there is nothing wrong with trying to live the best lives that we can, sometimes in doing that, whether consciously or unconsciously, we cause harm…Continue
Added by BookAllSfaris.com on October 10, 2017 at 4:30 — No Comments
After a recent discussion in a prominent animal rights page on the so-called “justice vs compassion” issue, I began to think on some problems within the rights-based approach to veganism, the foundation to which is deontological ethics. Deontological ethics alone is insufficient to explain things at fundamental levels; at some point it should necessarily coincide with virtue ethics (assuming “moral care” is a virtue). The British philosopher Elizabeth Anscombe famously argued that terms such…Continue
Added by Jithu Sreeraj on October 8, 2017 at 4:00 — No Comments
By Elaine Clara Mah
With the numbers of animals in the wild dwindling at near rapid rate, it seems needless to say that it’s time for everyone to be conscious about the actions that they take each day and start actively protect our wild before they all go…Continue
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Added by Kate✯GO VEGAN+NOBODY GETS HURT Ⓥ on March 21, 2017 at 0:00 — No Comments
There’s a lot of talk in the vegan community about whether having children is a good idea or not. Obviously the default human position is that giving birth is encouraged, or at least accepted. Most of us exist as a result of the decision to create life, and government policies that attempt to restrict procreation are met with harsh criticism. Conversely, almost every nation offers paid paternity leave…Continue
Added by Kate✯GO VEGAN+NOBODY GETS HURT Ⓥ on June 27, 2016 at 20:32 — No Comments
In the 1877 classic novel Black Beauty, audiences learned to empathize with the sufferings of a horse forced to pull cabs through London. Yet 137 years later, horse-drawn carriages are still…Continue
Added by Dr. Shenita Etwaroo on March 13, 2016 at 10:00 — No Comments
IT’S TIME TO EXPOSE THE OIL COMPANIES FUNDING SEISMIC BLASTING!
This spring, as soon as the ice starts to melt, seismic blasts will reverberate throughout Canada’s East Arctic Ocean off Baffin Island, with foreseeably disastrous consequences to local marine life and coastal communities, and raising the spectre of fossil fuel exploitation…Continue
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Added by Kate✯GO VEGAN+NOBODY GETS HURT Ⓥ on October 11, 2015 at 2:00 — No Comments
So horrified was I with regard images of beagles in vivisection labs, I wrote a novel. The result is Delphian and it is available for free if you are subscribed to Kindle Unlimited. If you are not subscribed it is available for a modest fee on Amazon. But forget the sales pitch! Vivisection must stop! It is an hypocrisy. In the book I draw the comparison of aliens arriving on Earth and due to their perceived superior intelligence, they use humans for pharmaceutical…Continue
Originally published on Wild-Within.Com
When we take away wild places for wild animals, those animals find ways of showing up in our backyard. Because it was their backyard first … When that animal is a predator, all hell…
Added by Jennifer Molidor on April 18, 2015 at 16:30 — No Comments
BSL stands for Breed Specific Legislation, which is a term that is commonly used to define specific laws that have been created to put certain restrictions on particular dog breeds and the owners of these particular dog breeds. Generally these BSL laws restrict and or ban the ownership of specific dog breeds, or a general "type" of dog, without any consideration of owner responsibility, history of dog ownership, or past history of dog behavior. When a state, city, or community…Continue
Added by Eric Chaffin on March 24, 2015 at 4:16 — No Comments
Zambia bows under pressure to the trigger happy.
In January of 2013, wildlife enthusiasts around the world applauded Zambia for following Kenya and Botswana’s lead in implementing a ban on all trophy hunts. Sylvia Masebo, Minister of Tourism and Arts, publicly acknowledged much support for the move and proclaimed Zambia’s wildlife to be worth more alive than dead. Sadly, the…Continue
Added by Pat Dickens on September 3, 2014 at 22:10 — No Comments
Why the Naïve Argument against Moral Vegetarianism Really is Naïve - by David Benatar
When presented with the claim of the moral vegetarian that it is wrong for us to eat meat, many people respond that because it is not wrong for lions, tigers and other carnivores to kill and eat animals, it cannot be wrong for humans to do so. This response is what Peter Alward has called the naïve argument. Peter Alward has defended the naïve argument against…
I would like to introduce my pets to all of you guys.
I have 3 rabbits in my house in Jakarta, Indonesia. I am now studying in a medical university in Chongqing, China. Here in China i have 1 rabbit and 2 mice, living with my roommate who has a hamster and we currently foster a cat.
All my pets were saved, as in rescued from the worse case scenario
This is Chocolate Oreo, he was bought on such a short impulse, his previous owner threw him away just after 2…Continue
Added by Michelle Jahja on July 17, 2014 at 18:03 — No Comments
So my office has glue traps to catch and kill any small critters roaming the hallways. I did some research on what can be done to disable these traps, since I am not a fan of death, especially slow death. The common theme in my research seemed to be oil, that coating the glue with oil disables the stickiness and also the smell of different kinds of oil can be a deterrent as well. So the next question was how to discreetly apply the oil to the traps under the watchful gaze of the office…Continue
Added by Cecilia Schmitt on July 4, 2014 at 1:12 — No Comments
Some of the dogs and cats rescued from Yulin arrived in Chongqing about 11pm on 23rd June. Local activists were already at the scene to help Aunty Yang Yu Hua. Aunty Yang's shelter, 重庆杨玉华流浪动物保护站 (Chongqing Yang Yu Hua Stray Animals Protection Centre) posted on Weibo that she urgently needs pet food and canine distemper testing kits and medicines.
Parcels and donations from overseas would also be welcome.…