All Posts for slaughter (methods of)
Vegans In The Middle Ages | The History of Veganism Part Two
Were vegan principles and practices shaped by the rise of major world religions during the Middle Ages? Learn about the interplay of Christianity, Islam, Buddhism & secular ethics.Read more about Vegans In The Middle Ages | The History of Veganism Part Two
Vegans In Ancient Times | The History of Veganism Part One
How far back does veganism reach? Is veganism a modern-day invention, or were there vegans in ancient times? In this first edition of The History of Veganism series, we start from the very beginning.Read more about Vegans In Ancient Times | The History of Veganism Part One
Do Fish Feel Pain?
Do fish feel pain? Fish are often relegated to a somewhat sub-animal status. They are hard to relate to and not as emotionally expressive as other animals. But does this mean they don’t feel?Read more about Do Fish Feel Pain?
Is Hunting More Ethical Than Factory Farming?
Is hunting more humane than factory farming? Does the method by which an animal is killed effect the ethics of their death?Read more about Is Hunting More Ethical Than Factory Farming?
Horse Racing Exposed: From Cradle to Grave
From cradle to grave, racehorses live tortured, terrifying, brutal, and completely thankless lives. Above all else, horse racing is a business. It’s not for the love of the sport, and certainly not for the love of the horse. It’s for the love of money.Read more about Horse Racing Exposed: From Cradle to Grave
The Truth About Thanksgiving: Celebrating Genocide With Genocide
What is the true story of thanksgiving? Let’s take a look behind the wholesome image, at the actual historical basis of this holiday and our current practices of celebration.Read more about The Truth About Thanksgiving: Celebrating Genocide With Genocide