外围体育投注Looking for some suggestions of picture books appropriate for an under 5 and that foster some of the vegan ideals without explicitly stating “don’t eat animals” (and being acceptable to their non-vegan parents). Thanks!
外围体育投注Hello, fellow vegans!
外围体育投注I'm searching for cruelty-free perfumes and found one that I like. The brand does say it isn't tested on animals, but has no certificate for it. Can I trust it? Because I'm European and I think animal testing was banned in the European Union. The brand also says they don't sell their products in China.
Should I trust them because it's an EU brand or should I keep searching for one that has the Leaping Bunny certificate?
外围体育投注This is not a cynical question, I’ve just always been curious about this. People have an image of how things would be when they achieve their goal. What did you imagine ? Would they be like pets? Would we let them go? What if they can’t make it on their own? What if its rough out there?
外围体育投注i’ve been vegan for four years and have done my best to avoid honey. however, i recently heard of vegans who willingly consume honey because they believe it’s ethical. i’d like to hear from vegans who eat honey about why they make this choice!
外围体育投注i’m always willing to learn, so don’t be afraid of judgment from my part! :-)
外围体育投注I'm interested in how Marxist analysis might apply to animal liberation/veganism. The popular animal liberation texts I'm aware of aren't specifically Marxist, so I'd be interested if there are any articles/essays/books on the topic.
外围体育投注Also, I'm not here to debate Marxism/communism. I just want reading recommendations.
I'm also aware of veganarchism, but I'm interested in specifically Marxist analyses of animal liberation.