The Politics of Being a Fat Vegan

I am a fat vegan. Yes, I am a fat vegan; we do exist. I’m not currently as fat as I was in college, partly because I gave up high fructose corn syrup-sweetened soda and living on avocado sushi and Taco Bell bean burritos sans cheese after I graduated. These changes helped me lose about … Continue reading The Politics of Being a Fat Vegan

Thoughts on the YouTube Vegan Community, PETA, and “No Such Thing as Bad Press”…

Hello, all you beautiful beings! I was planning to make an upcoming video on this topic, but I've been thinking that it's too big a topic for that, so I'm going to write about it here. Namely, I wanted to address effective activism, and the question of whether or not it’s productive to have an “anything … Continue reading Thoughts on the YouTube Vegan Community, PETA, and “No Such Thing as Bad Press”…

Intersectionality and Veganism- Episode II: Why Fat-Shaming/Health-Shaming Should Not Be a Part of Vegan Advocacy

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.

Veganism and Intersectionality-Episode I: Veganism is a Feminist Issue

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