If you ever feel the desire to drop some big philosophy words on the dogmatic type of vegan about how rescuing animal products from the skip is fine actually, here's some helpful advice from a pragmatic vegan leftist:
Agreed, but if you watch the video I'm responding to you'll see in the first half of my story analogy I was copying his story analogy almost word for word, just replacing pedophile cannibal ring, for genital mutilation ring.I've cooked with multiple FNB groups that had different policies about handing out animal products. I've never actually met a vegan that was ideologically opposed to the eating of salvaged meat, even if they themselves wouldn't want to do it. And I think the sky burial was a much better analogy for opportunistic freeganism than comparing the shaving of one's legs to genital mutilation.
I guess it just seemed like the direction the conversation was going in was painting a picture of vegans as crazy extremists.
I have a hard time imagining any vegan seriously arguing that the Inuit should quit eating meat.
The decision not to has more to do with personal levels of disgust than ethics. . . It's just situational.