I don't see how they conflict
Animals shouldn't suffer and neither should humans. Which is why it's better to prevent someone who's destined to suffer from ever existing in the first place.
On a side note, from an environmental standpoint, less people is absolutely better for the planet and everyone living on it
Why are they destined to suffer once theyre 18 they literally can do whatever the fuck they want and education is free for everyone. Now if the unborn child is a nigger on the other hand....
>On a side note, from an environmental standpoint, less people is absolutely better for the planet and everyone living on it
But that means people shouldn't be made in the first place. It's not for you to choose.
Also, at what point does it stop being a fetus and become a baby?
Is someone still a vegan if they eat a fetus?
>I march for my right to scramble baby brains but nono don't hurt the poor bees don't eat honey it's cruel to bees the bees THE FUCKING BEES NO NO NOT THE BEES NOT THE BEES!!!!
>Be born to a 15 year old mother in detroit who doesn't even want you in the first place
>She doesn't give enough of a shit and neither does anyone else so you don't get what you need emotionally and physically
>End up with mental issues making it harder to function as a normal person
>End up jobless and drug addicted
Maybe it's possible to rise above shitty upbringings.
But pragmatically, if you know for a fact you're not able to give you're child the best fighting chance at becoming a functional, happy, strong person, it's not fair to have them.
>well im not a vegan, so i couldnt give a shit less about your argument
I never said you were. I'm just pointing out that the ideologies conflict. No need to be a triggered pro-choicer.
Well be that logic, OP's sentiment wrong and you CAN be pro-choice and vegan if you value the animals over humans.
Which, by the way, is a valid stance to have, because if humans were gone, it would benefit the planet and every living thing on it