Abolitionism Animals & Society Effective Animal Advocacy Feminism, Intersectionality & Identity Food, Animal Agriculture & the Environment Media Representations Science, Skepticism & Atheism Social Movement Theory Social Psychology Veganism Full List of Essays
Are Vegans too Open to Free-Riders?
A Vegan Feminist Response to Nonhumans First
Alternative Medicine, Vivisection, and Scientific Racism
Animal Abolitionism, a 19th Century Holdover
Are Animal Crackers Vegan?
Are Teddy Bears Vegan? President Roosevelt and the SPCA
Atheists and Agnostics Largest ‘Religious’ Demographic in Animal Rights
Black Veganism and the Animality Politic
Can Flexitarianism Facilitate a Vegan World? Research Suggests Another Agenda
Can Veganism Save Your Life? I’m Skeptical
Can Veganism Save the World? This is Hope
Civilizing Horses and Travellers in Post-Colonial Ireland
Colonizing England and the Naming of Animals
Could Fat-Shaming and Health-Shaming Encourage Veganism?
Derren Does Dairy: When Skepticism Fails Veganism
Do You Know the Most Common Mistake in Animal Activism?
Fat Vegan Politics: Why Health-Shaming, Body-Policing, and Fat Stigma Hurts Humans and Other Animals
Ghost Stories Tell Us a Lot about Animals in Human Society
How Dawn Saves Wildlife While Killing Other Animals En Masse
How Effective is the Vegan Lecture? Exam Scores Tell a Horrifying Story
If You Care about Animals, In-Vitro Meat is Not the Answer
Irish Car Bombs aren’t Cruelty-Free, but Not for the Reasons You Would Expect
Irish Vegan Feminism: Intersections of Sexism, Speciesism, and Resistance in Postcolonial Ireland
Is It Ethical to Keep Pets?
Is Nudity a Prerequisite for Vegan Women’s Strength?
Is This What Vegan Looks Like?
It’s Like, Totally Sexist
Medicalizing Animal Rights
On Moral Relativism and Animal Liberation
PETA & Papa John’s Team Up Against Animals
Pussy Grabs Back: How Feminists Bestialized Politics but Failed Nonhuman Animals
Peter Singer and the Charity of Western Imperialism
Rebuilding and Reusing Rescue Dogs
New Package, Same Old Problem: Animal Crackers and Veganism
Save the Lambs! Why I Reject Antioch College’s Lethal Lamb-killing Classroom ‘Experiment’
Selling Cancer to Beat Cancer? When Nonvegan Foods Go Pink for Profit
Should Vegans Have Children?
Solving Moral Conflicts in a Non-Vegan World
Study Shows Objectified Women Less Likely to be Activists
Trump Veganism? Research Finds a Highly Intersectional American Vegan Movement
The “Deserted Island” Vegan Scenario is a Reality for Millions
The EU Ban on Cosmetic Testing and the Problem with Single-Issue Campaigns
The Politics of the Pure Vegan Myth
The Problem with Milk Not Jails
The Rationalization of Misogyny: Why I left the Vegan Skeptic Community
The Surprising History of John Harvey Kellogg and His War on “Meat”
The White Privilege in Vegan Moral Superiority
The Vegan Politics of Taste
The Thug Kitchen Cookbook and the Problem of Vegan Blackface
Unnecessarily Gendered Vegan Food
Veganism “At All Costs” Hurts Animals
Vegan Ethics and the Case for Black Widow Spiders
Vegan Protest is Ritualized, but is it Religious?
Vegan Sausage Rolls are Resisting the Brexit
What Are You Doing to Help Animals Right NOW?
What Black Lives Matter Can Teach White Vegans
What is Intersectionality?
What is Post-Speciesism?
What’s Wrong with “Carnism”?
When White Makes Right: Racism, Neo-Colonialism, and Single-Issue Campaigns
White Women Wanted? Research Uncovers Diversity Strains in Vegan Media Spaces
Why Can’t We All Just Get Along? Factionalism in Animal Rights
Why Food Justice is a Feminist Issue
Why I’m Giving Beyoncé’s Vegan Campaign a Chance
You Won’t Believe This Shocking Whole Foods “Healthcare” Policy World Vegan Month Series 2018: Social Psychology
Can You Read Yourself Vegan?
Egoism and Helping
Happy People are Helping People
Identification Leads to Empathy
The Illusion of Transparency
Group Size and Aggression
Male Emotional Displays
Prosocial Media Modeling
Socioemotional Selectivity Theory
Vividness Doesn’t Persuade
Whataboutism World Vegan Month Series 2017: Social Psychology
Fostering Good Feelings
Mere Exposure Effect
Primacy and Recency Effects
Reason and Emotion
Social Responsibility Norm
Two-Sided Appeals World Vegan Month Series 2016: Vegan Research
An Empirical Look at Becoming Vegan
Animals and Women
Entanglements of Oppression and Liberation
Identity and Effectiveness
Manhood and the Exploitation of Animals
Muzzling a Movement
Race as a “Feeble Matter” in Veganism
Readability of Vegan Outreach Literature
Recruiting Strangers and Friends
Sexist Imagery Reinforces Speciesist Sentiment
The China Study
The Hidden History of Animal Resistance
The History and Legacy of Animal Rights
The Myth of Pet Overpopulation
The Political Economy of Animal Rights
The Significance of Animal Suffering
Veganism as a Cultural Movement
Why Civil Resistance Works
Why Feminist-Vegan Now?
Women and the Animal Rights Movement