I was expecting a response like this.
And I can see your point. But I can also see mine.
Also, I didn't say my idea wasn't provocative or ethically disputatious. Nor did I say it's realistic.
I don't really see my vegan values flawed by this, as I would never ever eat human meat.
The reason that I don't feel more distaste against this than against wearing animal skin might be that I, in many ways, like animals better than humans.
Maybe I'm nuts. If so, it's ok. I can live with it.
Thing is, you say you wear leather because of meat eaters. Meat eaters could argue they eat meat because somebody else is already killing a cow to make shoes and leather from it. In truth, the leather industry feeds the meat industry and vice-versa. The perfect example of a vicious circle.