What Does That Mean As A Practical Matter?
You are probably asking how you can do anything to abolish non-human animal exploitation. There is something you can do. You can go vegan. Now. Veganism means that you no longer eat or otherwise consume non-human animal products. Veganism is not merely a matter of diet; it is a moral and political commitment to abolition on the individual level and extends not only to matter of food, but to clothing, other products, and other personal actions and choices. Veganism is the one thing that we can all do today—right now—to help non-human animals. It does not require an expensive campaign, the involvement of a large organization, legislation, or anything other than our recognition that if “animal rights’ means anything, it means that we cannot justify killing and eating non-human animals. Veganism reduces non-human animal suffering and death by decreasing demand. It represents a rejection of the commodity status of non-humans and recognition of their inherent value. Veganism is also a commit