https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YViRmjXK3_s A video I finished a few days ago, just in time for Pride Month!
If you can't take the "educate yourself " comments, get out of the social commentary kitchen.
Because it's not all about video game critics, YouTube drama, and Buzzfeed.
Hello, all! Recently, The Amazing Atheist uploaded a compilation of himself and a few other atheist/skeptical YouTubers entitled: "Questions White Men have for SJWs!" ...it's about as nuanced and intellectually stimulating as it sounds. (Click the link to watch it, if you dare) Now, I actually tried to upload a video with an off-the-cuff response, but … Continue reading Answers for White Male Reactionaries….
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hGzKemjsHY Episode V! Here, I give a brief overview of intersectionality, and why I feel it's important in vegan advocacy. Enjoy!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYzos56nHdA Episode IV (I actually speak in this one)! Basically, I go over why speciesism is not the same as racism, sexism, and other systems of oppression within the human species, why it doesn't have to be (it still matters, and veganism is about justice), and the possible dangers of using rhetoric that suggests it … Continue reading Intersectionality and Veganism-Episode IV: Speciesism Does NOT = Racism/Sexism/etc.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6bthVc3p4Y Third episode! I certainly didn't create this series to bash anyone; this video is more a response to vegans saying it's "divisive" to for vegans to call out popular vegan speakers and YouTubers for saying racist, classist, misogynistic, ableist, and/or xenophobic things. If we don't call oppressive attitudes out when we see them, we're … Continue reading Intersectionality and Veganism- Episode III: Why Vegans Need to Check Each Other
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8l9wSBEohA4 Episode II! I go over the problems with including fat-shaming/health-shaming in vegan advocacy. We don't need it, and it's not helpful.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nt77tALO73o This is the first video in my series about Intersectionality and Veganism. While I don't believe the ways in which female animals are subjugated are direct intersections to misogyny toward human women (because even that manifests in a variety of ways), I do think that it may be a reflection of misogyny within our … Continue reading Veganism and Intersectionality-Episode I: Veganism is a Feminist Issue