Right, to clear a few things up. Apparently, with my veganism I am being a "divine crusader, preaching and alienating (myself) and (I'm) insufferable."
I don't judge people who eat meat, I just prefer it if it's not near me. I don't preach. I keep my thoughts to myself, to the point where I'm scared to argue about it. I don't want to have to keep being pecked down for my life choices. I am happy being vegan, it's something I am very passionate about. The only places I get a bit preachy are on my blogs, because I'm too afraid to get my ideas out to my self-righteous meat eating friends. So I put them on here, where hopefully no-one is affected by them because of my stupidity and poor grammar.
Admittedly, I come on here to blog when I'm down/angry about the state of affairs regarding the relationship between humanity and animals. I have not been "brainwashed" by PETA, I think they're dicks and they contradict my morals - they're sexist and not really looking out for the animals, and they benefit the cruelty industry by making people feel good for ofsetting their contributions to it by donating to PETA. The only thing I agree with them on is that meat eaters should know the journey through torture and suffering the poor animals take to their plate.
I'm 50/50 on the A.L.F, I'm against violence and think that it gives the whole animal rights side negative publicity. Just sometimes though, I think it would be a good idea to put people through what's done to animals.
It upsets me that I have to argue my way through my beliefs. I hate being put down for it. I go about it quietly, my only voice about it is "Oh no, sorry, I don't eat meat, please don't give me that" or "No, I don't eat cheese or milk or egg or anything with animal product in it either, sorry to inconvenience you". I don't bother you so much, why bother me. Let me get on with my life.