The giant YouTube channel WatchMojo recently demonstrated how to make a video about "5 Facts About Veganism" that subversively gives the vegan movement a kick in its collective gonads! Think being vegan is healthy?
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Today we talk about how to deal with non-vegan food temptations as well as how to deal with concerned or unsupportive parents when going vegan at an early age. Plus, you get a fantastically awkward bonus at the end of the video.
Are vegans elitist exclusionists who hate everyone who isn’t vegan? Does not being vegan make you an awful person worthy of a swift kick in the groin? I share my personal position on this matter whether I hate non-vegans.
Does a vegan diet lead to more animal deaths than an omnivorous one? Is it true that harvesting crops for vegans kills more animals than farming grass-fed beef? It's time for vegans to take a long, hard look at their lifestyles and choose the path that is truly more ethical.
We take a look at the validity and value of the "argument" that Hitler was a vegetarian. Referencing several of his biographers and scholars, it is clear that he was as far from a vegetarian as you can get. Even if Hitler was, would it matter?
The argument goes that if vegans are REALLY concerned with reducing pain and suffering, what about all the innocent plants losing their lives to feed vegans? Do plants feel pain?