The ethical case for eating oysters and mussels

Informative read on the ethics of eating oysters. I do recommend (reading it, not eating oysters….I don’t like oysters, they remind me of snot).

Diana Fleischman

It was five years ago this month that I became vegan, or…well, ostrovegan. In this blog I officially come out of the closet, err, shell.  I am almost sure that cultivated mussels and oysters are ethical to eat. I argue eating these animals is completely consistent with the spirit if not the letter of ethical veganism and the tenet of causing less harm with our consumer choices 1. This blog is on bivalve sentience/ability to suffer; for further arguments, including nutrition arguments, see my second blog.

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fall into your world, thirsty, your mind dancing.

fall into your world, thirsty, your mind dancing.

This is a small art project I embarked upon with my soul sister, Azahara Fernández. It’s a tribute to which is a creative online magazine for budding feminists and inspired teens that happens to be highly insightful, funny, useful, and appealing to mid-twenty happy-go-luckies like us. 
I hope you enjoy our photo story. 

Psychadelics can help enlighten you….who’d have thought?

Psychadelics can help enlighten you….who’d have thought?

Definitely worth a read. Also, I highly recommend magic mushrooms if you have a close friend or partner, a nice comfy warm and SAFE space with interesting things to play with….. honestly, such a wonderful and eye-opening life experience, every time is a lovely fuzzy adventure into your own mind.