@otherdoucheIf you think the life of a cooped up hen is worse than that of a bull being ritually stabbed to death the answer is to treat chickens better, not attempt to justify one injustice with another. "
can you quantify pain? fighting bulls live in freedom all their lives, until a day they suffer pain and stress until they are killed, except for those exceptionally good that will live as stud bulls. Hens on the contrary may never see the sun light, they are piled up, their beak is mutilated so that they won't hurt each other due to the conditions they have to suffer, and then some lights are turned on and off to trick them into believe it is day or night, just that the cycles are way shorter than 24 hours, so that they will produce eggs faster. This speed in the cycles, very limited space to move and not being on ground but on bars (so that excrements go through) produce a very stressful life to death.
If I had to choose I'd prefer to be a fighting bull than a hen. And that just because you prefer the pleasure of the taste of eggs, which is unnecessary and supposed to be higher than the pleasure of witnessing the art of bullfighting, which I personally don't like, but the ethical treatment of the question so far seems quite shallow to me.
Great, the debate is progressing thanks to your collaboration and interest in finding agreement and the truth, instead of just insulting people in a desperate attempt of alleviating the suffering for a pathological lack of self-esteem.
I hope you are a vegan, otherwise this doesn't hold.BTW: you can avoid using the regular replies, I'll following the thread, so I don't need the notifications. HAND.