Pink fluffy guitar-playing pig launched new billboards in the centre of Glasgow on World Vegan Day and performed at Mono Cafe Bar
Pink fluffy pig Pig Freud Launches Vegan ‘Justice for All’ campaign with large vegan billboards in Glasgow on World Vegan Day
Billboards seek to promote veganism as “justice for all” philosophy on 72th anniversary of the founding of the concept of veganism by Donald Watson
LIVE STREAMING for Pig Freud gig at Mono Cafe Bar on World Vegan Day November 1st 2016 at 3pm on his Facebook page
Pink fluffy guitar-playing pig performing a few favourite tunes live to celebrate Mono scooping the prestigious Glasgow’s Favourite Business Award recently.
Glasgow's Favourite Business Mono celebrates "Justice-for-all" message with vegan campaigner Pig Freud
Mono Cafe Bar will be celebrating World Vegan Day on November 1st 2016 with pink fluffy cartoon pig Pig Freud being guest of honour.
The world's first guitar-playing pig was promoting pro-intersectional veganism, following his appearance a couple of days ago at the Teen VGN summer camp.
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VEGAN – more than just a diet, it’s a social justice movement
What does vegan actually mean? Is it a dietary choice – where people choose not to consume animal products? Or is it a lifestyle choice where people choose not to wear animal products, use toiletries tested on animals, and refrain from going to circuses and such like?
In fact – vegan is more than a diet, and even more than lifestyle – it’s a social justice movement, which starts with the rejection of violence towards other living beings, the rejection of the concept of ‘ownership’ over other living beings, rejection of the exploitation of animals, and a moral choice to respect the rights of animals as equals.
Of course for many, this starts with a dietary and then lifestyle change – the exclusion of animal-based foods is replaced by the myriad of incredible plant-based options, and there are untold vegan bodycare products now available, as well as huge selections of animal free clothing, shoes, accessories and anything else we need. And as for entertainment – there’s little joy in seeing animals suffer in zoos – and even the pet trade is full of suffering and misery.
But the vegan ethos is much more than eating vegan burgers - it’s a broad far-reaching ethos of world peace that envelops almost every global social justice movement with its rejection of violence and respect for rights for all living beings – without even mentioning the huge advantages to health, environmental issues and food production that being vegan can bring..... It’s the next big thing. And it’s coming your way now.