i eat dead animals just once in a while (and, when i do, i almost always feel really bad), and the only animal derived food i seldom eat are eggs. It's my choice, i did it for my health, for the health of the planet, and (last but not least) for animals, too. I'm convinced that it would be better for everyone not to eat everything that is an animal or animal derived, but i don't try to convince other people. I mean, i made a choiche, you made yours. The only thing i can (and i want) to is to discuss about it in a pacific way whith everybody: whith who can tell me more things about it, or with who knows nothing about it, so i can inform them. But people often say it's a bullshit that meat hurts humans. All vegan people I've meet in my life (myself included) feel physically terrible every time they eat something that is related to animals. That shows one of the reasons for which humans should stop eating that shit, but "non-vegan" people can't understand this.
Anyway, vegetarians and vegans are growing in number whith a speed i could not even imagine. Some vegan and vegetarian restaurants have being opened in my city in the last years and weeks. Unfortunately, they're still a few of them.