Category: Go Vegan, Live Vegan

Definition of Veganism

Veganism is a way of living which seeks to exclude, as far as is possible and practicable, all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing, entertainment, or any other purpose where animals are used (and abused). (The Vegan Society)

Why Become A Vegan?

Do you eat animal products such as meat, milk, cheese, and eggs? Do you believe it is morally wrong to inflict pain, suffering and death on animals? If you answered yes, then it’s time to become a vegan. Veganism is the only rational, logical response to the moral belief that it is wrong to inflict pain, suffering and death on animals for reasons of human pleasure, amusement or convenience.

Being a vegan is the most important way you can help animals today and stop their suffering. It’s also the most important form of activism you can engage in to support the rights of animals.

Animals are sentient beings that deserve to be treated with respect and justice. Align your actions with your values. Start today. Don’t wear, use, consume or take part in activities that exploit animals in any way. Being vegan is the most responsible and morally conscious thing each one of us can do to help animals.

To learn about how veganism helps not only animals, but also our health and spirituality; how it can ease world hunger, reduce environmental damage and destruction; reduce the killing of wildlife; and why it really is the only hope for the future of our beautiful planet.