"I dream too much, and I don’t write enough, and I’m trying to find God everywhere."
Anis Mojgani  (via rabbitinthemoon) ←

pansoph:

u know what’s important?,?? Nothign At all

"Animal exploitation is all around us, and though few of us are actually willing to do violence to animals directly, a great many of us are willing to have that violence done for us."
Bob Torres (via acti-veg) ←

vegan-vulcan:

vegan-friends:

want to hear a joke?

anti-vegan social justice blogs

"Freedom and safety and prosperity for all!"

"But what if you weren’t born human?"

"Lol then I guess you’re fucked"

angrychickpea:

carnist-feminists who accuse vegan-feminists of “telling women what to do with their bodies” are the actual scum of the earth

we’re not trying to take your autonomy away from you

we’re trying to get you to stop taking someone else’s autonomy away

You hate dogs?!?! Do you also hate fun and happiness?
Anonymous

the-porcelain-empress:

I don’t know, do you like dog bites and rabies? 

"Have you ever noticed that while human rights activists are generally respected and even lauded, when the victim being defended is a non human animal, the activist is often attacked and dismissed as “pushing their agenda,” “holier-than-thou,” “extremist,” “purist,” “cultish,” “forcing his ideas down your throat,” “evangelical,” etc.? Have you ever heard a member of Amnesty International campaigning to save a human life accused of one these? I bet not. Why is that? When a conflict arises between otherwise progressive people and the animal foods they like, they can completely abandon their belief in social justice and — ironically — and aggressively defend the opposite, the very systems of exploitation and violence against people, the environment and animals they claim to oppose."

Free From Harm (via animalsandtrees)

shout out to fauxgressives everywhere

(via pukexskywalker)

necrophilofthefuture:

Meet Pickles, aka “Catosaurus.” He was rescued in Boston and he’s over 3 feet long.

necrophilofthefuture:

Meet Pickles, aka “Catosaurus.” He was rescued in Boston and he’s over 3 feet long.