HOW DOES BEING A VEGETARIAN MAKE YOU DIFFERENT FROM A NON-VEGETARIAN INTERNALLY AND PHYSICALLY?
Posted Nov 11 2010 9:07pm
Question by ayy: How does being a vegetarian make you different from a non-vegetarian internally and physically?
This is for my project/experiment for english class.
I’ve been a vegetarian for a week but I need some info from others as well.
Do you get anti-vegetarian comments from your peers? Did you feel differently after the change?
ETC ETC ETC
thanks in advance, guys!
Answer by Megan I received a lot of anti-vegetarian comments after becoming a vegetarian and I still do. When someone asked why I stated because a number of reasons and for animal rights. The person responded smugly “oh, you are one of those people”. I live in Arkansas so a lot of these “country folk” are vegetarian and vegan haters and they make me feel like I am a freak or something. On the inside, I honestly feel like a superior being. I hate people more and I really hate factory farming the most. Really, I am kind of in pain because I know that there are so many animals being inhumanely slaughtered while I sit here on this personal and there is nothing I can do. Physically, I feel much better. I have more energy and I feel like I am getting more nutrients because I am relying more on fruits and vegetables rather than the rotting flesh of a defenseless creature.