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Anonymous Asked: I feel like ranting to you cause you'd understand. So im not against vegetarians, vegans and others alike. I even tried to be vegan about a year ago myself but failed cause i just cant seem to get by without it. The point being is that my friend decided to be vegan now, and im perfectly fine with it, whatever. But now shes trying to tell me how horrible meat it, how badly it is handled when produced, how its filled with disgusting things and i just want to punch her in the face.

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If you’re going to consume meat and other animal products, you have to face the facts regarding how it gets from the farm to your plate. If you don’t already know about mass food production in the United States (and other places) it’s your job to educate yourself.

That being said, people choose different lifestyles for different reasons, and she should respect your choices just as you respect hers. Explain that to her and the make sure she understands that you are already aware of the information she’s giving you. It’s your business whether or not you make informed decisions about the food you eat and/or buy (locally raised vs. mass-produced for example). Be an adult and talk about it with her. She’ll probably at least feel better knowing that you’re hearing her and understand where she’s coming from.

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