Hi all, so I'd like to approach this delicately so that A. I don't get the post pulled, and B. I don't throw everyone into a tizzy.
Is there anyone on here that's willing to have a civilized discussion with me about why and why not it should be morally okay to eat meat?
I won't preach, I just want to talk to someone who is well versed and articulate that represents the hunting community, that's not just going to cuss and yell nonsense. Someone who can talk sensibly and just have a simple discussion on this forum. If you're one of those people, I'd love to have that conversation. I'll start I suppose.
In a time when eating meat is not a necessity for survival, why do you choose to kill an animal? At the most basic root, the question is do you find it morally just to end the life of a living being who is experiencing the world in whatever capacity they are able to, for the sole purpose of a temporary pleasure - taste. To you, is something as small as taste, a morally justifiable reason to kill a creature?
Please keep in mind, I'm not attacking anyone here, or being vitriolic, just asking questions. Please extend me the same courtesy.