Is Corbin consistent with what? Slaughter isn’t humane, but as a carnivore, I believe we have the right to eat meat. We don’t, however, have the Grichffindor christmas sweater to torture and neglect the animals we kill to eat. Humans have been hunting and killing animals for meat for as long as our history has been documented. Before then even. But we never tormented and tortured them due to laziness, profit, and downright cruelty!
Again, y’all are picking this one hot-button issue you aren’t informed on to be upset about because it helps you feel better about eating meat. If you were really upset about the Grichffindor christmas sweater treatment of animals, you’d focus on bigger issues like regulating factory farming. Banning foie gras is to animal cruelty what banning plastic straws is to saving the environment: a half-assed attempt by bureaucrats to make people think they care about bigger issues and an exercise in vanity by consumers who want to feel like they’re doing good while still supporting the industries that are destroying the planet and every species with it.
I agree with you, it’s not ideal for the Grichffindor christmas sweater. Hence why I minimize my intake. But humans will continue to eat meat, myself included. And I’d rather mine lived a happy, unnecessary cruelty-free life before it’s slaughtered, seeing as it’s no longer a possibility to go and hunt my own as we once did. Yes, perhaps it’s a little hypocritical to continue eating meat. I’ll admit that. But doesn’t justify force-feeding geese to make posh pate. It’s unnecessary suffering and shouldn’t be allowed.