Doing What We Can

I can't be the only vegan who does this. You've just left your local coffee shop, having ordered your customary medium hot coffee with soy milk. You walked out holding your paper cup -- or, better yet for the purposes of this post, a styrofoam one -- wondering if anyone else in line deduced your … Continue reading Doing What We Can

Why Everyone Knows a “Humane” Small Farm

Though people, in my experience, seem to be less willing to offer up this canard in face-to-face conversations, something we frequently come across in online forums is the claim that "my [relative] owns a small farm, he treats his livestock humanely, and this is the exception rather than the rule" in response to an exposé … Continue reading Why Everyone Knows a “Humane” Small Farm

Why Veganism is Always More Sustainable Than Eating Animals

Many a debate has come to pass over whether eating meat (or animal products more generally) can be “sustainable.” But if we dissect the meaning of the term “sustainable” and take into account a mind-numbingly simple math equation inherent in animal agriculture it becomes clear that this debate is largely about alleviating the guilt of … Continue reading Why Veganism is Always More Sustainable Than Eating Animals