#6 Force Feeding
Whenever meat people disagree with nonmeat people about meat, meat people like to say the nonmeat people "shouldn’t be imposing their beliefs on others" or that nonmeat people "want to shove their beliefs down everyone else’s throats."
Meat people conveniently ignore the irony. For example, it's meat people who literally shove things down other's throats. Be it foie gras, veal, or other meat for meat people, many animals raised for meat are regularly force fed.
Many meat people view vocal vegans as religious zealots. When they encounter a nonmeat person some meat people react as though they've been cold-called late at night by a long-winded and annoying telemarketer. Most meat people view veganism the same way they view living animals: something to be extinguished so that they may more easily enjoy meat.
Basically, what a meat person really means when they say nonmeat people "shouldn’t be imposing their beliefs on others" or that nonmeat people "want to shove their beliefs down everyone else’s throats" is that meat people don't want to engage in a discussion about meat morality.