letters | deciding the fate of college’s farm animals
Killing animals for their meat is a choice we can reject
Elizabeth Levy Merrick writes: Millions of people eat delicious, healthy, satisfying diets that are meat-free and cruelty-free. In this context, killing animals to obtain their flesh for our tables is a personal choice, supported by psychological denial or willful callousness about what meat means in terms of inflicting suffering. Is this really a choice to be proud of?