The vegan world is abuzz with Dominion fever. The sequel to the previous animal welfare movie that focused on pigs, Lucent.
Animal advocacy is a funny ‘thing’ to be involved in.
The more vocal, or talk about issues, the more likely you are to become a target of those who want to maintain the status quo.
Though one thing you don’t expect is to be the target of those within the animal advocacy movement.
And that is exactly what has happened to me recently.Continue reading
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2017 has gone, and the paint is still wet on a brand new 2018.
It is usually at this time that we pause to reflect on the year gone by, and set plans for the year to come.
Sadly 2017 was the year that Tom Regan passed away.
The world has lost one of the genuine pioneers of the animal rights, and vegan movement.
Despite not knowing him personally, I will always be indebted to him for the impact that he has had on my advocacy and understanding of animal rights.
If you are making a list of things that you want to do this year “for the animals”, please make sure that reading one of his books is at the top of it.Continue reading
A little over four years ago I wrote an article asking “How Entrenched Is Bullying Within The Animal Advocacy Movement?”
While I do hold high hopes for this ‘movement’, sadly things aren’t getting better.
In fact, I genuinely believe they are getting worse.
Which is especially concerning considering that this is a ‘movement’ that is supposedly based on compassion, and removing oppression.
It seems that the only way to ensure you don’t become the target of the social media bullies is to support the status quo.
Except that isn’t what veganism is about.Continue reading
Now that the Queensland state election is over, its time to talk politics. That means why we can talk about all things political without the distraction of an election. In the comments I have made on social media, the following questions were asked.
- Why as a vegan, and someone who is interested in animal rights, don’t I support the Animal Justice Party?
- And, why, as a vegan, would I want to support Pauline Hanson’s One Nation Party.
Both of these questions are able to be answered briefly. Yet to do so gives a potentially confusing or easily misinterpreted answer. So an explanation and more detail is required. Hence this blog post.