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- Kitty Freak - - Kitty Freak - SA Posts: 1071
1 29 Jul 2009
So i have an assignment to do in my studies of society class and ive chosen to do animals rights. i have to put it into a question and answer it..so i want to do something like

"Should animals have rights?"

But the problem is im horrible at writing papers..i can never get it worded well or anything >.< so im wondering if you guys could write a sentence or something to answer the question to help me out (i wont just copy and paste them all into a word document, its just to help me think of things to write and how to word it and such xD)

please? id really appreciate your help. >.< thank you!
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- Kitty Freak - - Kitty Freak - SA Posts: 1071
3 29 Jul 2009
Azzmilan said:
-No species should be a product of another

-If an Alien race  came to Earth and decided they were the superior specieis, how would you feel if they made us slaughtered for food how would you feel then?

-Just because something can't speak doesn't make it blow us.

If I think of anymore. I'll give it to you.
thank you! ecstatic
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x.Tara x.Tara NSW Posts: 357
4 29 Jul 2009
Check out the vego quotes thread for some inspiration
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fAeRiEs ArE aFtEr Me fAeRiEs ArE aFtEr Me VIC Posts: 376
5 1 Aug 2009
I think comparing animal rights to human rights is always a good one, similar to what Azzmilan said. For example you can compare racism, slavery, and women's rights with how we treat animals, and that our treatment of them is a reflection of our characters etc.
All are big examples of how the whole world changed their view to do what's right.

I also think one of my favorite things I heard was this: being more intelligent than animals does not give us the right to take advantage of them.
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Frenzal bop Frenzal bop SA Posts: 778
6 1 Aug 2009
The camerman in Ethiopia took direct action,
he filmed the worst disaster that has ever happened to human beings. He
realised it was too enormous a problem to handle himself - so he took the
films home in the hope other people would help. They did. Are you prepared
to sit back any longer? Direct action in animal rights means causing
economic damage to those who abuse and make profits from exploitation.
START!
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CUPCAKES! CUPCAKES! VIC Posts: 177
7 21 Dec 2009
man thATS AWESOME! Love the Alien one!
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Okami ovo vegetarian Okami ovo vegetarian VIC Posts: 119
8 16 Nov 2014
animals are my friends, i don't eat my friends
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