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Classic cut t-shirt for men, 100% cotton (heather gray is 95% cotton/5% viscose. Heather Blue & Charcoal Gray are 80% cotton/20% polyester). Brand: Spreadshirt
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It’s true. Our bowel movements are healthier and typically faster than those of meat eaters, but otherwise we are exactly the same. Vegans are not super heroes. Although directly reducing the demand for animals to be exploited is a super thing to do, it’s easy. Veganism is a moral baseline; it’s not exactly heroic. We do not possess superhuman willpower. If you want a demonstration, just tell a recently awakened vegan that Oreos have no animal products in them. See how long it takes before he looks like he just ate, well, a box of Oreos. We struggle with restaurant and junk food marketing like anyone does. We do have it a little easier in that area: most of the ads are targeting a different demographic. Vegans have no keener empathic abilities than the rest of the world. We are not Cow Whisperers. We do not hear the cries of corn as it’s fed to pigs on feedlots. Vegans are not so delicate and refined that they run in terror from the company dinner table when someone orders steak. Nor do we possess the hardened, bleached souls of war criminals. Seeing graphic video footage of animal slaughter bothers us as much as it does anyone. Vegans are not necessarily eating diets perfectly tuned for their bodies. A huge percentage of the United States suffers from Vitamin D deficiencies, despite the cow milk so laboriously extracted and naturally, normally, necessarily fortified with hormones and vitamins. Vegans are regular people.
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