Should veganism be challenged if vegans try to enforce veganism on everyone? Is it true that one university has banned beef?
- audreyLv 710 months agoFavorite Answer
Yes. I hope the students at that university protest loud and long!
- 10 months ago
As with every group, it's the vocal few that you're hearing that are making you think all vegans are militant and annoying. Most just want to eat their vegan diet and be left in peace, and don't mind what others eat.
That being said there are some that think veganism should be enforced. It won't happen. Instead of forcing people to eat one way or the other we should look into sustainable methods of farming.Source(s): Healthy recipes: https://apple.co/2EQqlvw
- ckngbbblsLv 710 months ago
Vegans consist of roughly 5% of the worlds population.
they aren't going to have enough backup to force veganism on everyone.
As to ONE university banning beef? so what?
People pay to go to universities. Their student count will go down drastically, they will end up having to close, or only vegans will go there. so what?
- Groovy_UnicornLv 710 months ago
Banning beef isnt forcing you to be vegan. You can still get beef outside campus and eat it wherever.
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- Anonymous10 months ago
No, not at all.
If a tiny minority of vegans attempt to do as you describe then they should simply be ignored. I'm in my seventies and I have NEVER come across anyone attempting to force any diet on other adults. I guess it happens but it's certainly not a problem.
Should Christianity be “challenged” because a tiny minority of Christians try to enforce Christianity on everyone?
- M'aiq The liarLv 710 months ago
Lmfao how do you think government works..?Do you think it's run by some evil cabal of broccoli eaters who rule over everyone else...?You realize that 95% of Americans are meat eaters, right..? How in the name of God do you expect a BAN on meat to pass in those circumstances..? Nobody would accept it.
I'm sorry I answered your insane question with a series of reasonable ones.Source(s): Some friggin sense
- Anonymous10 months ago
Yes it should. They have a war of attrition against the evils of farming, and they think you can all go berry-picking 12 months of the year and that salad veggies and spinach grow in the Canadian Arctic in December.
Traditional mixed farming with crop rotation is the way to go; certainly not destroying our precious soil with monocultured cereals. You should eat less meat, not none at all. But they don't like this because they believe that even if millions of people adopt this cut back, the evil of meat eating is still being permitted.
Uni, policy? Well, those fake-education-factories already protect snowflakes from hearing unpleasant truths and only allow commercially inspired research.