People have different reasons for a vegetarian diet. For many, it’s a health problem. They need to lose weight, lower blood pressure and cholesterol, and control blood sugars. A vegetarian diet benefits them.
For some, consuming animal products is often a moral and ethical choice. Over the years, we have become accustomed to seeing man as superior to all other animals on the earth.
We use animals for food, clothes, shoes, belts, etc. We use it for experimental experiments. We discount their position on the ground and see animals here to support our needs.
PETA stands for Citizens for Animal Humane Care, an association committed to transforming human mentality.
They are against using animals for food or clothing, particularly for what they consider unnecessary or inhumane use of animals, such as killing or trapping them for their fur.
Passionate about their cause. In their terms, PETA claims animals have rights and deserve consideration for their best interests, regardless of whether they benefit humans.
Like you, they’re willing to suffer and are interested in living their own lives, but they’re not ours to use — for food, clothes, entertainment, exploration, or any other purpose.
We are an advanced culture. But how far can a culture advance on animal suffering? When Elephants Cry is an excellent book by Jeffrey Masson that looks at how animals feel and gives convincing proof.
As a species, we must rethink our place on this planet and how we fit in with other living things. PETA believes this and is a passionate champion of animal rights