Author Archives: veronique2

The “angry vegan” routine is getting old


  Amazing what you can still find on social medias these days. You can see wonderful things happening in the vegan world with people who start vegan businesses, rescue animals, create sanctuaries, help others change. And then you see all … Continue reading

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Trump, Patriarchy and the Sexual Politics of Meat


Recently, as I was watching Democracy Now!, I listened to the released tape of Donald Trump making typical sexist remarks about women with Billy Bush (W and Jeb’s cousin) back in 2005. The revealed audio tape goes as this: UNIDENTIFIED: … Continue reading

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Riding the French Vegan Wave


  When I moved back to France two years ago this month, I did feel depressed for a while. I came from Los Angeles where you can find over 80 vegan/vegetarian restaurants and a vegan store, and moved to Nimes, … Continue reading

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A Vegan for Bernie: Reflections from a decade-long supporter


2016 is the year when either big change can happen or a huge opportunity will pass again. For the past few months, people have been discovering who Bernie Sanders is and he has generated a huge movement for change which … Continue reading

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Interview with Will Tuttle, author of the international best-seller “The World Peace Diet”


                    Note: This interview was translated in French and can be found here. VP: You are very well known internationally in the vegetarian and vegan communities and you received numerous awards. … Continue reading

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Why Vegan Education Has Never Been More Important


So, once again, I am writing about a new traumatic event. I once before talked about the events with Charlie Hebdo from January 7 in a previous blog and that was tough enough. First I must say that I was … Continue reading

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The welfarist vs. abolitionist debate is a waste of time


“One of the statements that depresses me most is when vegans who were long-time vegetarians say, “I just didn’t know.” As animal liberationists, it is our duty to make sure people know. It is our duty to speak the truth, … Continue reading

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