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Animal Ethics has a new website section about veganism

Animal Ethics Veganism section

 

We are happy to announce that we have launched a new website section about veganism. It is included in a block of materials titled Defending animals, which you’ll find in our main menu, where you can also find our articles explaining how we can aid animals in the wild and what we can do to support animal activism.

The new section on veganism includes substantial information explaining the reasons for rejecting the use of animals along with easily implementable ways of doing so. In total, more than 15 different articles address various issues concerning veganism.

In addition to introductory texts, several pages are dedicated to answering the most common questions people ask when they consider becoming vegan and countering the objections that are sometimes presented to living without harming animals.

Contained within this new section is an additional collection of tips you can use to live easily and confidently as a vegan as well as extensive information regarding nutrition which may be useful to you. It also includes information about how other animals we may live with, such as dogs and cats, can thrive on a vegan diet too.

These are the contents you will find in this new section:

What is veganism?

Veganism FAQ

Why be vegan?

Responses to questions and objections to veganism

Information about going vegan

Veganism and antispeciesism

Speciesism

Vegan tips

Meeting challenges as a transitioning vegan

Personalize your vegan diet

Supportive vegan communities

Vegan nutrition

Vitamins

Minerals

Proteins

Lipids

Nutrition: Special cases

Vegan food for animals

The new section complements the information already presented in other sections about ethics and animals and about animal exploitation. Given the arguments to reject speciesism, which is an unjustified form of discrimination suffered today by many nonhuman animals, and the terrible harms that using nonhuman animals imposes on them, we have very strong reasons to stop using them.

We hope this information can be useful for you and encourage you to spread it!

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