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On her blog, A Forest Door, Dver has challenged Polytheists to write about their religious practices for the month of September. The blog post https://forestdoor.wordpress.com/2016/09/01/are-you-up-for-the-challenge/ and the John Beckett's post which is referenced, are both worth reading. It has been months since I last wrote a blog post, let alone a series of blog posts, but… Read More

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On her blog, A Forest Door, Dver has challenged Polytheists to write about their religious practices for the month of September. The blog post https://forestdoor.wordpress.com/2016/09/01/are-you-up-for-the-challenge/ and the John Beckett's post which is referenced, are both worth reading. It has been months since I last wrote a blog post, let alone a series of blog posts, but… Read More

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Animal agriculture is based on the exploitation of female bodies. Period. Full stop. Female bodies are the means of production for every food containing meat, dairy, or eggs. Every time you eat the flesh or the products (milk and eggs) of animals, you are eating the pain and exploitation of female bodies. Take cattle for example… Read More

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Some might find inspiration in celebrities of all kinds: professional athletes, musicians, and actors. However, I often cringe when I find a celebrity has publicly announced their decision to go vegan. Not because going vegan is a bad thing (it should be obvious I don't think that veganism is a bad thing) but because I fear it… Read More

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Beauty is important to me, essential even. I find beauty to be nourishment for my soul, yet my aesthetics are rather eclectic. I love the intricate, nature-inspired work of art nouveau and the rich, detailed pieces of Waterhouse and other Neoclassicists and Pre-Raphaelites. I also love the stark beauty of desert landscapes and the postminimalists… Read More

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