More About Animal Rights
Supporters of animal rights believe that animals have an inherent worth—a value completely separate from their usefulness to humans. Animal rights supports treating animals with respect and beleive that animals derserve a life without pain and suffering, just like us humans. This includes, cutting out animal cruelty, abuse, using animals for fashion, etc. Animal rights is becoming a more predominant subject in today's world for animal cruelty is seen on the internet. There are a good number of charities supporting animal rights, you can find more imformation on what these charities are working for.
Against Animal Rights
People against animals rights beleive that since animals cannot converse socially, they do not deserve rights. Some people also beleive that animals should be treated as our slaves. Others even use the animals for money by making them fight, beating them, etc. Other people agaisnt animal rights say that "animals don't have duties so they shouldn't have rights", which is very untrue animals are a huge part of our society and for most of us, diet. Animals produce many of the things we eat and drink today.
Books on Animals Rights
- Animals and Society by Margo DeMello
- Some We Love, Some We Hate, Some We Eat by Hal Herzog
- Animal Rights : Current Debates and New Directions by Cass R. Sunstein
- Making A Killing: The Political Economy of Animal Rights by Bob Torres
- Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foer
- The Case for Animal Rights by Tom Regan