Questions for Carnivores: My sister is a vegetarian, what do I do?

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In this edition of Questions for Carnivores, Lily writes in requesting help with her cruel sister.  Let’s see what we can suggest for this dire predicament Lily finds herself in.

Dear Carnivores,

My sister is a vegetarian. I have no idea what to do. She’s always talking about how my carnivorous life style is animal cruelty, but I hunt all my own meat! Everyday I go out to the vast wilderness and battle to the death for my animal based sustenance. She is such a hypocrite by eating and killing sentient life forms that have no ability to fight back! I hope one day I can show her that the real crime that is being committed is against Vegetables/Fruits and Vegetable/Fruit Cruelty is a tragedy.

Lily, you know what they say about the criminally insane, right?  They simply have no awareness of the fact that their behaviors are wrong and harm others.  In the case of your sister, she appears to be criminally insane towards her fruit and vegetable victims.  She probably doesn’t even see them as victims!

Meanwhile, there you are fighting the good fight against plant killers day in and day out, and she thinks you are the cruel one when, in fact, you are the real hero.

Keep up the good work, Lily, and love your sister but don’t accept her behavior.  That is how you will eventually succeed in turning her to the cause of our defenseless chlorophyll cousins.

4 thoughts on “Questions for Carnivores: My sister is a vegetarian, what do I do?

  1. Chris

    Yes I agree with Aarti. So this VCMM thingy is to encourage more meat eating as opposed to plant eating (from your support for Lily). Animals also need to eat plants or the products etc. You are doing more harm than help. All these warped reasoning for calling this Lily a hero!

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  2. Ashkan Ghanbarzadeh Dagheyan

    Aarti is right. And if you are really worried about cruelty against vegetables, how aren’t you a bit concerned about cruelty and unnecessary killing of animals? I think if you are worried about vegetables, there is no reason why you shouldn’t be worried about animals (they both suffer with you logic). So why don’t you consider becoming a fruitarian? Fruits are the good-smelling, colorful, tasty gifts of trees so that we can eat their flesh and then spread their seeds. A totally bilateral and beneficial relationship for both us and the trees!

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  3. Aarti

    Going vegan will help minimise the taking of life of plants,fruits and vegetables, as when we eat animal based food we are killing these living beings I.e. plants,vegetables and fruits much much more than we would have,if we go VEGAN! One should always remember that all forms of living beings feel the pain and suffering!
    PLEASE THINK!
    LET’S SUFFICE OUR NEEDS AND NOT GREED!

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    1. Aarti

      We feed much much more plants fruits and vegetables to breed ANIMALS for consuming their meat but if we directly feed ourselves with plants vegetables and fruits we are minimising the killing of living beings!

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