Instead of: “There is more than one way to skin a cat.”
Say: “There is more than one way to build a house.”
Instead of: “Kill two birds with one stone.”
Say: “Bathe two birds in one birdbath.”
Instead of: “How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time.”
Say: “How do you plant a forest? One seed at a time.”
Let’s work to remove the casual violence from our everyday speech, friends.
liberate your language
This drawing sums up how most parents teach their children. Buying them clothing with cute little piggie images / watching TV / reading books featuring stories about them and then at the same time putting the remains of those same animals on their plates to eat. Hypocrisy I am proud not to be part of.
People ask me ‘will I force my child to be vegan?’ Why is it ‘force’ when you feed your child a plant based diet, but not force when you feed them dead animals? I won’t force my child to be anything, I’ll educate my child on why I am vegan, about the horrors of those industries, about how every animal has the right to live, I’ll raise my child veganly, and I’m fairly certain that if my child knows the truth about where meat/dairy/eggs come from, about how L’oreal tests on animals, how zoos capture animals, that my child will want no part of that.
Anonymous asked: I'm glad that you enjoy being a vegan which is purely your choice and your choice alone but stop trying to cram it down people's throats.
Good grief you guys are broken records, which in turn makes ME sound like a broken record because I feel inclined to respond every time you use the redundant and frankly hypocritical “personal choice” and “cram down throat” memes.
Hate to break it to you but killing another is not a “personal” choice.
And you’re the one cramming that belief down your throat, not me for telling you it’s cruel and pointless.