Ok. I'm a meat eater, I love it. Nothing tops a good steak in my book. My wife, she has sworn off meat in favor of a vegan lifestyle. No animal byproducts if she can help it. Which is hard if you look at the ingredients of things. I try to be supportive, but something that causes intense "discussion" between us is this. Is it morally wrong to eat animals? What makes it wrong?
Is a vegan a better human because they don't eat meat? Why?
This is not a question about health. I know veg is better for you than most meat. If you answer that it's better for you, prepare to be flamed for being a non-reading retard. This is a question about morality.