Vegans judge the majority of life on earth as precious. Meanwhile, it is non-vegans who tend to judge all other species as being not worthy of having even basic rights, e.g. the right to be free from harm and exploitation.
The Pupa vegan comics exist to make people laugh and reconsider their position. Some people will not find it funny, some people won't connect at all. There is no form of outreach which is 100% effective - if there was, then that's what everyone would be doing. I know that the comics do have an impact, because I keep getting people writing to me to say they've gone vegan after really thinking about it since seeing the comics. I make them this way so they're accessible and simple.
But more importantly - if you aren't vegan and you're trying to tell me how best to get the message across - then just tell me what to say to you, and I'll say it back, and then you'll go vegan right?
to give them a hard time, but the best way to get people to
listen is often paired with understanding of the others point
of view and treating them as equals. You wouldn't want to
hear people say they're sticking to meat just because you
made a mistake and they want to spite you, right? It's a
matter of welcoming them to the subject like welcoming a
newcomer to a club.
would get you nowhere. It can be likely that there are those who don't
know any better and should be treated as such.
I dunno, maybe you just hadn't seen my gallery. But encouraging people to think about their currently held views is what my comics are entirely focused on.