26 Sep '16, 12am

Vegans should never promote degrees of morality

To say that a hunter shooting a wild deer is worse than a farmer sending a cow to a slaughterhouse is to inappropriately label the farmer’s actions more morally excusable than the hunters. We see this all time, with people berating the use of animals in one facet in comparison to the use of animals in another. Realistically, we should never participate in this juxtaposition, because it sells most animals out. Animal rights organizations famously focus on these hot and cold examples of exploitation, and in essence adjust the temperatures of morality to fit their purposes. When PETA puts a spotlight on the way SeaWorld treats and breed orcas, they decide that’s more morally perverse than how they treat seals, and that aquariums should be seen as doing more wrong than other facilities that promote animal entertainment. Similarly, when Mercy for Animals releases undercover vid...

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