Posts Tagged with ‘Abolitionism’

You’re Vegan? And Healthy?

“Afterall, when all is said and done, veganism isn’t a new thing — well stemming from ethics maybe, in the span of time that represents human history, veganism is only a couple hundred years old. But it’s how people, mainly poor demographics, and civilizations have ate and survived for millennia…”

‘THE WORLD IS VEGAN! If you want it’

Earlier this week, Professor Francione, outlined an intriguing premise on his website: Our Virtual Billboard: “THE WORLD IS VEGAN! If you want it.” Which reads, in part; “In 1969, at the height of the Vietnam War, John Lennon and Yoko Ono had a billboard placed in Times Square. It read: “WAR IS OVER! If you want it. Happy…

There’s Always Next Year

“Of course I’d have rather spent more time looking at the “political” exhibitors more. But seeing how the entire event was so busy, it left little chance for me to stop and really look at much of anything for any length of time. Without impeding foot traffic that is…”


“I’ve been aware of the word and it’s inherent value to veganism for quite some time. But it would seem to have a more intrinsic or “natural” value regarding how I’ve chosen to live my life. Specifically where an individuals worth is based primarily on perceived differences, and my rejecting to subscribe to such a flawed/superficial means of existence.”

Open Letter To A Chef

“What I’m getting at is I, as a vegan, don’t taste any less. Why does my food seemingly deserve less effort in preparation? See what I’m saying? If the cook wasn’t tantalized at the dish they prepared, why should I be? Do my attitudes warrant a person to think my preferences, let alone tastes differ from theirs as much as my ethics might?”