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Should Bullfighting be Banned?
Bullfighting is part of the history and the culture in several countries. Culture should be preserved.
Human rights come before animals. In this case, the right for
Bullfighting is an important part of culture in
A form of Bullfighting is an important part of
Bullfighting is a form of art.
The historical experience of bullfighting has lent itself to become a source of modern day identity.
Banning bullfighting should be decided by each individual country, a worldwide ban would lack legitimacy and ignore national and regional specificity.
Cultural practices, discourses and material expressions surrounding bullfighting give social meaning to societies.
Prohibiting bullfighting can lead some to defend their rights, leading to public unrest.
Interest in bullfighting is declining and so is its cultural significance.
Cultural components change, as cultural transformation is a natural dynamic process.
If a cultural practice constitutes a threat to humans or animals, the government needs to intervene and prohibit it.
It is possible to keep part of the tradition, modifying it in order to avoid injury or death to the animal
The fact that bullfighting is a cultural treasure does not automatically justify its preservation.
"Bullfighting is part of the culture in Spain" is a very broad (and misguided) generalization.
% of people from 16 to 24 years old are ashamed to live in a Bullfighting country.
was a part of the history and culture of many nations but it is banned now in many of these countries (including all states in the US except for one).
Culture and history can be preserved by many other ways, without the need to continue doing the bad practices of it
There's nothing cultural about torturing an animal to death.
In a modern, advanced world there are alternative ways in which we can celebrate and honor a culture, which emphasize our social growth and progression and do not require suffering.
In Central and South America bullfighting represents colonial culture of the oppressor. The practice is not rooted in the native cultures.
When cultural practices clash with rational ideas about human/animal welfare they should be abandoned. This is the case with bullfighting.
Traditions that include violence and cruelty against animals should not be preserved.
Bullfighting has become a subject of political claims, in which cultural traditions are merely used as source of power.