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bodyblind:

animals-rights-activist:

homicidalvegan:

Not my body #veganforlife

Wow

One of the most powerful pictures that Ive ever seen..There should be one with an adult cow with a human baby imprint on it referencing veal in some way.. 

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fightingforwhales:

I was watching Keiko: The Untold Story of the Star of Free Willy when they showed this clip of Keiko swimming with a pod of wild orcas in Iceland.

It just makes me so happy knowing that he was finally able experience the life that he was supposed to live. 

He went from a sickly, underweight orca who floated around in a nasty shallow pool in Mexico City to a robust whale who interacted with wild orcas and played in the stormy waters of Iceland. 

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joetheonemanshow:

I don’t get why people have done literally zero research about veganism love to argue with people who have spent years being vegan. Who have read books, googled everything, and are really passionate about a serious life long commitment.

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adviceforvegans:

I think it’s funny how the majority of healthy food is Vegan, yet when  people discuss veganism, their main concern is nutrients…lol. 

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so-personal:

everything personal♡

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be-their-sound:

Being vegan is hard. But not in the way most people think.

It’s hard because we constantly think about the animals who are suffering, and whose lives are ending. Being vegan is hard because at least for me, my heart hurts constantly.

Eating and living vegan is easy. Constantly being reminded about animals being tortured and murdered is hard. 

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thebelugablog:

(by Ansgar Walk)

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