An excellent op-ed piece in the Whanganui Chronicle newspaper, by Lynley Tulloch - The recent actions by Australian animal rights activists have caused a stir. Commemorating the first anniversary of the Dominion movie, the protesters blocked a major intersection in Melbourne. Some chained themselves to vans advertising the web address of the film, which depicts … Continue reading Lynley Tulloch: Australian animal rights activists make pertinent points
Whatever we personally think of them, the animal rights protests between Brisbane and Melbourne on Monday 8th April got attention! They created conversation, and catapulted animal rights into mainstream media. The ensuing commentary ranged from calling the protesters heroes (just to split hairs, they were mainly heroines 😊) to ridiculing and threatening them. It was … Continue reading Isolation and Hostility in the Workplace
Vitamin B12 is essential to everyone’s health. Vegans need to take a B12 supplement, and/or eat enough B12 fortified foods, to get the recommended daily dose of 2.4ųg. It’s not hard, but how mainstream nutritionists do love to bang on about how dangerous a vegan diet is - especially the shills that the big food … Continue reading Vitamin B12 – it’s easy.
For vegans, love with another vegan is pretty much the pinnacle. And like non-vegan love, it can be pretty darn hard to find. Actually, more so than non-vegan love, I would hazard, despite vegan dating sites and apps (I’ve googled a few of them - just for research of course - so now I’m waiting … Continue reading Love in a Vegan Climate
In 2002, I stopped eating sentient beings. Seeing as I wasn’t in the habit of eating sentient human animals, that basically meant that it was the sentient non-human animals who became safe from my gnashers. I believe that animals are not here for the indulgence of humans, just like women are not here for the … Continue reading In the Veginning ……