December 4, 2013
The Vegan Case Against Pokémon Is Surprisingly Compelling

In the Pokémon universe there’s no such thing as PETA, or People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, but everyone seems to be vegetarian anyway. After all, how could you possibly eat a Pokémon? It would be like eating your hamster, or your best buddy from high school. People and Pokémon are best friends, and it even says so in the theme song. If you’re looking for blood and killing, go play some other game.
Read more. [Image: PETA]

The Vegan Case Against Pokémon Is Surprisingly Compelling

In the Pokémon universe there’s no such thing as PETA, or People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, but everyone seems to be vegetarian anyway. After all, how could you possibly eat a Pokémon? It would be like eating your hamster, or your best buddy from high school. People and Pokémon are best friends, and it even says so in the theme song. If you’re looking for blood and killing, go play some other game.

Read more. [Image: PETA]

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