Everything in moderation

Have you thought about how even though you may not be consuming as much as you used to, you are still paying for animals to be exploited and ultimately slaughtered?

But I've cut down my impact!

Reducing is better than not doing anything at all!

I can't do this

If something is bad for you, it’s bad for you. It doesn’t matter if you consume a lot or a little, it’s still bad for you. Now, you could smoke one cigarette a month and it wouldn’t give you cancer or kill you but that cigarette is still bad for you. Likewise, you could eat a slice of bacon25 once a month and although it wouldn’t kill you, it is still inherently bad for you.

The great thing about plants is they contain all the good nutrients and vitamins associated with animal products but they don’t come with all the incredibly unhealthy aspects like cholesterol, trans fat, hormones, antibiotics, etc.26
 Veganism is the only social justice movement where people try and incorporate the idea of moderation or reducing as a viable solution.  We would never consider it acceptable for a racist to simply reduce how much they were racist, or for a misogynist to simply reduce how often they oppress women. The reality is, it doesn’t matter how much or how little someone does these things, there is still a victim who is being impacted.

 No animal that gets murdered is grateful because the person that eats their flesh believes they do so in moderation. The animal is still dead, their life is still over and no amount of moderation or reduction changes that fact. 
Content copy adapted from "30 Non-Vegan Excuses & How To Respond To Them" by Earthling Ed

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