Do vegans draw a line at a certain kind of animal products that they will not consume? I realise that more often then not, vegans will not consume animal bi-products, and that certain vegans will not eat even eat honey.
My question is where do you draw the line?
I was thinking when harvesting my garden the other day about the amount of insects that die just in my small little garden. Durring harvesting it is inevitable that insects die, or loose their habitats. Is there a line drawn in veganism that says that these animal deaths are acceptable, because it is not the product being consumed??? It seems that in mass farms entire eco-systems of small life forms are killed durring the harvest process mainly as the result of said harvest.
Anyway just a question that I am interested in learning about.
It just seems to me that you could never be a true 'vegan' the more I think about it...