The ethics of eating meat are very similar to those of politics. People carefully choose their meat in accordance to their religious values; the way they would choose a leader. If religion doesn’t apply, social morals govern that decision. Both topics continue to stir controversy and debates, dividing people into supporters, opposers and those that lie in between. Supporters argue that both practices are vital for human existence, while opposers preach that they can easily be substituted.
Injected with hormones, injected with votes
The bigger the better, sit back as it grows
Preferences vary between fatty and lean, Netanyahu and Putin.
With or without preservatives, liberals and conservatives.
Well-done and medium rare, insurance and Obama care
A part of your system, it runs through your veins,
Along with that pleasure comes an inevitable pain.
But whether it’s processed meat or the head of state,
They both have an expiration date
po·li·tar·i·an : poləˈterēən/
1. a person who doesn't consume politics or politicians especially for moral, religious, or health reasons.
2. of or relating to the exclusion of politicians from the diet.
"I will not vote because I’m a politarian."
A series of posters that question gender roles by intervening on existing gender benders, and bending them even more.
"I want to ridicule and destroy the whole cosmology of restrictive sex rolls and sexual identification." - Christopher Lonc