Atheist Vegetarians & Vegans


Atheist Vegetarians & Vegans

Group for all vegetarians and vegans who are atheists, agnostics, pantheists or any other freethinkers.

Members: 246
Latest Activity: Dec 12, 2017

Discussion Forum

Plants too are hurted while harvesting?

Started by Jenit Bilakhia. Last reply by Jenit Bilakhia Mar 25, 2016. 5 Replies

I had a conversation with one of my friends on veganism. He kept on making a silly argument that as a human, vegans too hurt plants while harvesting. In that sense, hurting animals shouldn't be an…Continue

which would you choose?

Started by Bogdan Dunca. Last reply by J.A.P. Mar 18, 2016. 9 Replies

If there would be one religion to choose , what would it be? For me i guess buddhism. It's maybe the one religion which is not hypocritical.Continue

Random questions

Started by Henna Latep. Last reply by Yana Mar 13, 2016. 3 Replies

Would a physical God allow objectivity?To what extent should religious writings be taken for Truth? How does one sift through the collections?How come the various "spiritual awakenings, epiphanies,…Continue

Religion in your country

Started by Klara Djemel. Last reply by CherryBlossom Mar 12, 2016. 6 Replies

Hi, I think that Vegfriend is the best place to talk about many diffrent cultures and with culture is associated religion. Does your sate religion affect the choice of being veg? and how opend is…Continue

Comment Wall

Comment by Vic Cavin on October 26, 2012 at 10:53pm

I would love to think there was some greater being up there looking down on life as we know it but I must say that by allowing the human race so much power and doing so little to curb it's rush to destroy all in its path blindly makes me wonder whether any such entity could be considered 'good'.

Comment by Lauren Woods on November 10, 2012 at 2:26pm

Agnostic but I'm not going to sit here and bash religions either, lol. Hopefully we can extend our compassion to people who think differently, and not resort to judging them based off of spiritual beliefs. I've formerly been... a lot of things. I love studying different religions, though I subscribe to none.

Comment by Courtney on November 20, 2012 at 10:36pm
Hi everyone I'm new to the site:-) love what I'm reading so far on this group page!
Comment by kelli on December 30, 2012 at 9:20am

I lean towards pantheism as well. I've always respected and admired nature but only recently began feeling anything on a spiritual level. I was agnostic or atheist until now. One of the things that made it impossible for me to believe in an omnipotent god is the torture animals endure at the hands of humans - I would imagine a lot of vegs feel the same way.

Comment by Kevin Saldanha on January 2, 2013 at 2:53am

After having been inactive on this site for a while, the year end message from Xiao prompted me to get back online.  A discussion on 'Animal Souls' prompted me to post a response there with a link to an essay I wrote several years ago for the Humane Society of the United States.  I post the link here as a way of introduction.

Comment by Nodrog on January 2, 2013 at 5:02am

I've often thought of myself as a militant agnostic: I don't know and you don't either. 

Comment by Kevin Saldanha on January 2, 2013 at 10:14am

I like to think that I have progressed over the years from a position of militant anti-theism following the discovery of my atheism to one of supportive humanism.  With every passing year, the technical claim of agnosticism becomes infinitely remote even though some of our most vocal atheists (like RIchard Dawkins) prefer the term to allay charges of dogmatism.  An extremely important resource for those wanting to encourage others to review their own consumption is

Comment by Mugan on January 18, 2013 at 12:03pm

I would consider myself Agnostic. On what level or what type I am currently not so sure, but I feel like I would be any one of these if not all; Atheist, Apatheist, and/or Ignostic.

Comment by Christine on January 24, 2013 at 4:48pm

Im proud to be an Athiest and have no problems telling people i dont believe in God.

Comment by uma sasidharan on March 17, 2013 at 12:54am
Am an athiest n people beleiv tat athiests dnt hv any moral or they r kinda bad since they dnt beleiv in "God'.I just wana understand how can people who believ n so called god kill animals without any mercy n eat dem n with an excuse tat it was created by god for human consumption


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