Tag Archives: animals

On human privilege and the difficulty of being the “voice of the voiceless”

Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw is one of the first researcher to have coined the term “Intersectionality” to describe how various discriminations are all connected with each other and not separate. Of course, she was mostly using the term to talk about … 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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Do we need Klaatu to wake up humans?

Dialog from the movie “The Day the Earth Stood Still” (the original): Secretary Haley: “Now that you understand the situation more clearly, perhaps you’d like to discuss it with the President.” Klaatu: “I will not speak with any one nation … Continue reading

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Why giving up is not an option

I received a post from a fellow activist recently that this was going to be her last action with us and this really bothered me in the sense that she obviously expressed burn out but also despair in her comments. … Continue reading

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Farewell To Steak: Film Review

The fascinating 2013 documentary called “L’adieu à la viande” (Farewell to Meat) about the consumption of meat in Europe (from Franco/German channel Arte) not only approaches the issue of eating flesh from an environmental aspect but also from the idea … Continue reading

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I have had this blog on my mind for quite some time. But I finally decided to write it because I see something that really bothers me just continuing. I always considered (particularly after reading The World Peace Diet) that … Continue reading

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True Love

I see the work of saving other animals as I see a relationship with a soul mate. It is at once a bliss and a trauma. Being in Love with THE one is the most extraordinary event in one’s lifetime … Continue reading

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Indoctrination: Easier than we think

This blog was originally posted on my website on April 16, 2013 at http://www.yourveglife.com/blog/2013/04/indoctrination-easier-than-we-think I was watching the documentary Fahrenheit 911 directed by Michael Moore in 2004 and got a fresh reminder of how we can get so easily lied to and … Continue reading

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There has been a lot of discussion in the press about the consequences of Sandy on the country and the issue of Global Climate Change. Interestingly enough, the conservative mainstream media outlets are finally daring to use the words “Global … Continue reading

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The World Peace Diet by Dr. Will Tuttle

This is a copy of my Amazon.com review of this very important book:   5.0 out of 5 stars The most important book you may read in your life. September 19, 2011   As a Vegan of a few years, … Continue reading

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