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animals_deserve_equality This is a glimpse into the fur industry. Before buying that fur item think of the abuse and anguish the animal had to go through so you could "look good". To me fur is one of the most cruel industries! Animals of all kinds are stuffed into tiny wire cages (causing lesions to appear on the bottom of their feet). These animals are sometimes starved and will eat their own limbs or other cage mate's limbs. Then when the time comes the animals are ripped out of their cage and either stomped on, smashed over the head, picked up and smashed off the ground, electocuted, or even in severe cases skinned alive! This level of cruelty is sickening, no creature should have to go through this kind of suffering. Please don't buy fur, there are brands of fake furs that are available in the market today. #fur #furfree #animal #animalcruelty #animalabuse #humane #makeachange #makeadifference #abuse #cruelty 5h

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ideologie_ Good morning beautiful souls here's a really cute happy fox to brighten your day #govegan #furfree #fuckfur #animalrights #veganlifestyle #vegansofinstagram #vegansofig #weloveyou #beautiful 14h

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  •   juniorvegan @oliyamichaela Since when was a vegan diet not backed up by factual arguments? 1d
  •   oliyamichaela This quote not vegan diet @friendsn0tfood please read my comment.. 1d
  •   deborah.719 This says it all!!!!! Wake the fuck up 1d
  •   juniorvegan @oliyamichaela I did. Vegans post a lot more than quotes (half the time they relate a lot to what's actually happening) I was talking about the part where you said you'd continue to advocate for a vegetarian diet using education material as if vegans do not do that. Non-vegan still contributes to death and suffering 1d
  •   oliyamichaela @friendsn0tfood as I mentioned before in the comment above I will always promote vegetarian and vegan lifestyle but comparing an ox was a herbivore to a human species who is an omnivore since the beginning of time makes very little to no sense as someone who has a biology degree I beg to differ when it comes to quoting certain things that's all don't bite my head off I'm not against you I'm with you take care 1d
  •   americaforanimals @oliyamichaela if this quote was literal, vegans would have to eat actual grass and nothing else. All this non-literal quote means is that you don't need to eat meat to be strong. @friendsn0tfood 1d

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justka1122 I'd rather go naked than wear fur️. . #furfree #meandkitty #petauk #FurIsForAnimalsNotRichIdiots 1d

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blindeddove The fluff on the gloves is fake for those who noticed it ^_^
#vegan #veganism #vegangirl #alternative #crueltyfree #furfree
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  •   1kendrarichards Beyond strange 2d
  •   shadowthesexycat It's really weird how it's okay to hit and torture animals without punishment but when someone hurts a person they can go to jail. #unfair #whotheheckmadetheserules 2d
  •   jaxdogwalk I'm not a vegan, but I do humane dog training - I've had many conversations with people who think it's acceptable and helpful to hit or otherwise harm their dogs for "training" or because "this breed needs it"; never ceases to amaze and disgust me, makes me lose respect for them. 2d
  •   oakgrover @jaxdogwalk that's cool... now think about the terrible suffering of animals in CAFOs, etc, and you may find yourself going vegan. It feels great to *not* support our god-awful industrial meat industry! 2d

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thefkq Let's chat about cosmetic brushes. Quality ones. Did you know that most are made from animal fur (mink, squirrel, sable)? While faux fur has been embraced big time by lots of caring consumers, we don't necessarily think about what else fur is used in. ♤♤
But there are some FABULOUS synthetic alternatives - and we review our favourite @inikacosmetics vegan brush roll on our brand new blog today. Link in profile. ♡♡
#vegan #crueltyfree #bblogger #furfree #cosmetics
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  •   gypsy_soul_mama @kiirstinmarilyn sigh not worth arguing with you. To each their own. :) 2d
  •   tracktiff @gypsy_soul_mama I agree with you 2d
  •   truthordrought @gypsy_soul_mama How on Earth does milking a _____ hurt her? Fill that in with any other mammal. Dog, pig, horse, woman. See how that doesn't work? No female mammal's milk is someone else's to take. She produces her milk for her baby and it is especially formulated for that individual, special baby. Removing a baby from his or mother and then removing the milk from that mother for one's own unnecessary use is the epitome of unthinking cruelty and exerting power over totally vulnerable animals we should instead be protecting. Talk about "to each their own" - apply your own logic to one's most precious possession of mothers' milk and you may be closer to understanding. 🏼️@kiirstinmarilyn @tracktiff 7h
  •   gypsy_soul_mama @truthordrought Wow, You really told me. Like I said before to each their own. You have your opinion, I have mine. I don't even drink milk! And that is not how things go at locally family owned dairy farms. 7h
  •   gypsy_soul_mama *As in they don't remove the babies from their mothers at all. (locally owned & well trusted dairy farms is what I was referring to in the first place.) 7h
  •   truthordrought @gypsy_soul_mama Do you consume dairy products (dairy cheese, dairy yogurt, etc.)? I'm not here to try to one up you, but to tell you the truth. It's not an "opinion." You are believing a lie we have been told since we are children that results in psychological numbing, trancelike consensus and desensitization. It allows us to believe something that's not even physically possible. This means you care and are compassionate and want to believe a story that makes your behavior something that doesn't harm sentient beings. I used to believe it, too. But you are telling me that we can obtain mother's milk from a mother and her baby can still drink it, too, somehow. How does this work? A quick Google search will show you that this is impossible, and all dairy farms, including small locally owned farms, remove the calf from the mom, because that's what you have to do to remove a mother's milk, otherwise the baby will (rightfully) drink it. Google The Dairy Mom, "Why are calves separated from their mothers?" Orange Patch Dairy blog “Why do you take the calves from their mothers?” The Farmer’s Wife blog “Yes we take calves away from their mothers”. The Adventures of Dairy Carrie blog “A bull calf is born”. Two Maids a Milking blog “The Circle of Life with the Real Farmwives of America”. These are all dairy farmers, not vegan activists, explaining (and laughably attempting to justify) that this is how it works. 6h
  •   truthordrought @gypsy_soul_mama Another thing - after a fertile female cow is "spent," meaning she is no longer able to give birth and produce milk, what do you imagine happens to her? No farmer can afford the money, space, or time to care for her and allow her to live out her natural lifespan of an additional 15-plus years. She becomes part of somebody's hamburger. As for the calves, males born into the dairy breed are not useful for meat, because they won't grow large enough, and they obviously can't produce milk because they are male. The vast majority of these male calves live out a 3-week long life in isolation in a veal crates. Even if they don't, they will become meat within a couple of years. Again, no farm, ESPECIALLY a small local farm, can afford the time and space to allow cows to live out any significant portion of their God-given lives. You cannot "milk" anyone humanely, because nobody makes milk for anyone but her baby. No dictionary definition will tell you this is an opinion. Females lactate for their own offspring, not for infants or adults of another species to remove it. You don't have to change, but please, please stop believing a lie. 6h

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