Master List Of Vegan Info

Disclaimer: My only goal with this list is to produce as comprehensive a resource for Vegan information as possible. I am 100% Abolitionist Vegan and 100% against the exploitation of nonhuman and human animals, any type of violence against human or nonhuman persons or property, welfare regulation, any form of speciesism, sexism, ethnic bigotry, heterosexism, ableism, cis-sexism, etc., any of the large governmental or non-governmental nonhuman animal organizations, “happy meat,” vegetarianism, “veg*nism,” Meat-Out Mondays, or other forms of reductionism/gradualism and anything else that makes it seem like any form of violence or exploitation of animals is ok. If any of those positions are endorsed on any site in this list, or any language is used to imply that, it’s not that I included that link because I agree, but simply because I don’t control every bit of information on all these sites.

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On Veganism:
Section 1:
Morals/Ethics (primarily):

Sub-Section 1A:
The Most Important Stuff:

Sub-Section 1A1:
Important Videos (primarily):

“Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home”:

The Truth About Human Supremacy:

“The Superior Human”:

“Vegan Series: Eat Like You Care featuring Gary L. Francione & Anna Charlton”:

Gary L. Francione 2013 Keynote Speech, “Animals as Food: The Legal Treatment of Animals in Contemporary Agribusiness and Factory Farming”:

“I’m Vegan: Gary Francione”:

“Gary Francione at Brock U. Part 1/5”:

Professor Gary Francione’s site:

“Rant On Gradualism”:

Biocentrism at Wikipedia:

“What veganism is and is not”:

“On Cruelty Videos”:

“Mind if I Order the Cheeseburger? by Sherry F. Colb”:

“Why Vegan?”:

Sub-Section 1A2:

“split 7” by Captive Bolt/Gary Francione:


Sub-Section 1A3:

“Going Vegan as a Teenager”:

“Cow Cries All Night Over Loss Of Her Calf – Then They Reunite”:

“Happy Cows”:

“Why Must We Eat The Animals? (Oh Why Oh Why?)”:

“A Calf’s Story”:

Sub-Section 1B:
Text-Based Info (primarily):

Sub-Section 1B1:
Becoming Vegan:

Sub-Section 1B1a:

“BECOMING VEGAN: RESOURCES – Good resources to assist in becoming vegan”:


“What Is Veganism?”:

The IVA’s Vegan kit:

Vegan Starter Kit:

“How Do I Go Vegan?”


Sub-Section 1B1b:
Vegan Resources:

“Some resources for people who’ve been told they “can’t go vegan”:

“Vegan on a Shoestring: 15 Tips for Eating Plant-Based Affordably”:

Vegan Chat Room:

“Is It Vegan?”:

“Vegan Apps”:

“Vegan Easy Challenge Menu”:

“PAN: The Vegan Pledge!”:

Info about Vegan products by Nik Anti-Speciesist:

Alternative medication by Gary Francione:

Sub-Section 1B1c:
About Your Rights As A Vegan:

“Using the Law to Promote Veganism and Animal Rights”:

“Right to Education That is Respectful of Veganism/Animal Rights”:

“Tribunal Rules Vegetarianism Not Covered by Equality Law, but Distinguishes Veganism”:

“Vegan Rights (UK) Sample Letters”:

” ‘Oxtail Soup Is Vegan’ The Nurse Said: Campaigners In UK-Wide Push For Vegan Rights”:


Sub-Section 1B2:
Facebook Pages And Groups:

Sub-Section 1B2a:
Facebook Pages:

“International Vegan Association”:

“Let’s Make a Vegan World”:

“Vegan Information Project – VIP”:

Sub-Section 1B2b:
Facebook Groups:

“South Florida Vegan Education Group”:

“Vegan Philosophy Forum”:

“Vegan Influence & Persuasion”:

“Vegan Scientific Facts”:

“The Human Vegan”:

“Veganic Organic Network”:

“Nonviolent self-sustained vegan permaculture-community”:


“Vegan Cats”:

“Healthy Vegan Cats”:

“Vegan Dogs Thriving”:

“Vegan Cats & Dogs”:

“Vegan Cats and Dogs”:


Sub-Section 1B3:
Main Vegan Blogs And Sites:

My own AR blog:

“Vegan Education Group”:

“Anti-Speciesist Action”:

“How To Go Vegan”:

“Evolve For Animals”:

“There’s An Elephant In The Room”:

“Go Vegan Scotland”:

“Vegan Ethos”:

“Vegan Empowerment”:

“Unpopular Vegan Essays”:

“Metaevolutionary: Reason For A Change”:

“My Face Is On Fire”:

“The Thinking Vegan”:

“The Candid Hominid”:

“Veganism Is Nonviolence”:

“Gentle World”:


Sub-Section 1B4:
Miscellaneous Text-Based Pages And Essays:

“A Moral Argument For Veganism”:

“Fear, Ignorance, and Collusion: The Real Reasons Why Experts Dis’ Veganism”:

Action For Animals – “What is Veganism?”:

“The Trauma of Knowing: A Cracked Vessel Will Eventually Run Dry”:

On this page, the answers by Kalvin Lyle and Ariel Garlow are worth reading:

“A Giraffe’s Death and the Meaning of Our Outrage”:

“On Alice Walker and History as Destiny”:

“If Your Tears Were Human” – Poems By Heather Leughmyer:

“The Busy Vegan”:

Interview With Gary Smith:

“The weight of animal interests”:

“All Forms of Life Are Sacred” by Chris Hedges:

“Donald Watson Article – Spring 1948 – The Vegan Magazine”:

Archive Of Issues Of “The Vegan”:
(Warning – The new bent to The Vegan Society is “baby steps”):

Sub-Section 1B5:
The Meaning Of Speciesism:

What Is Speciesism?:


“English and Speciesism”:

“Understanding Prejudice And Discrimination”:

“Lessons In Applied Speciesism”:

Sub-Section 1B6:
Intersectionality And Alliance Politics:

“Essentialism, Intersectionality, and Veganism as a Moral Baseline: Black Vegans Rock and the Humane Society of the United States”:

“The Myth Of Vegan Progress In Israel”:

“Vegan Killers: Israeli Vegan-Washing and the Manipulation of Morality”:

“Intersectionality and Abolitionist Veganism: Part I”:

“Abolitionist veganism is not a “white” practice”:

“Workshop on Intersectionality and Alliance Politics”:

“Project Muse – Volume 65, Number 3, September 2013”:

“Animal Rights, Multiculturalism, and the Left” by Will Kymlicka and Sue Donaldson:

Sub-Section 1B7:
Animal Rights History:

“A History of Veganism”:

“World History Of Vegetarianism”:

Percy Bysshe Shelley:

Al-Ma’arri on Wiki:

“On Veganism From a Medieval Arab Poet”:

“Ancient Vegans: Porphyry”:

“A Vegan Booklet of 1655 – ……don’t think about ‘almost five o’clock’!”:

Sub-Section 1B8:
On Speciesist Language:

“Animals Who Aren’t Human: ‘Nonhuman’ or ‘Other’ “:

My post on speciesist language:

Sub-Section 1B9:
Religious Arguments For Veganism:

“Evidence That Jesus and The Original Aramaic Christians Were Vegetarians”:

One religious argument for Veganism:

“Why Animals Matter: A Religious and Philosophical Perspective”

“Would Jesus Eat Meat Today?”:

Francis Of Paola on Wikipedia:

Sub-Section 1B10:
Issues With Various Kinds Of Animal Use:

Sub-Section 1B10a:

“But cows need to be milked”:

“Happy Cows; Behind The Myth”:

“Cheese consumption is the largest enemy of cows & calves”:

An article written by a former small-scale goat dairy farmer from the US:

“Learn about the Goat Dairy Industry (including organic) here”:

Meet the Woodstock Sanctuary goats:

“Humane Animal Farming?”:

Sub-Section 1B10b:

“What’s Wrong With Backyard Eggs”:

“A Handy Guide for Vegan Advocates Discussing Chickens and Eggs”:

Posts about eggs on TAEITR blog:

“No Such Thing as a Harmless Egg: Battling Reproductive Disease in Domestic Hens”:

“What’s Wrong with Backyard Eggs?”:

“Backyard Chicken Farming Leads to Abandoned Hens”:

“A Hen’s Relationship with her Eggs”:

“What’s Wrong with Backyard Eggs?”:


Sub-Section 1B10c:

“Why Honey Is Not Vegan”:

“3 Reasons Not To Eat Honey”:

Crops Pollinated By Bees on Wiki:

Sub-Section 1B10d:
Riding Horses:



Sub-Section 1B10e:

“Is Sugar Vegan?”:

“Alright, so what on earth is wrong with sugar?”:

“If You’re Going to Sweeten, Use One of These Natural Vegan Sugars”:

“The Best Natural Sugar Substitutes”:

Sub-Section 1B10f:
Miscellaneous Problems With Food Ingredients:

“Is Your Bread Vegan?”:

“L-Cysteine in Bread Products Still Mostly Sourced from Human Hair, Duck Feathers, Hog Hair”:

“11 Disturbing Ingredients in Food that will Make You Rethink Your Diet”:

“Delicious food, disgusting ingredients”:

“Golden Circle juice maker reveals secret ingredients: beef and alcohol”:

“10 Frightening Fast Food Additives”:

Vegan Chocolate:

Sub-Section 1B11:
Animals Feel:

Sub-Section 1B11a:
Miscellaneous Articles:

“Scientists Finally Conclude Nonhuman Animals Are Conscious Beings”:

“Why cockroaches need their friends”:

“When Animals Mourn: Seeing That Grief Is Not Uniquely Human”:

Sub-Section 1B11b:
The Animals Who Are Used By Us For “Food”:


“Fish May Actually Feel Pain And React To It Much Like Humans Do”:

“What is Pain to a Fish?”:

“Evidence Mounts That Shellfish Feel Pain”:

“Consciousness Is Everywhere”:

Sub-Section 1B11c:
The Animals We Use For Entertainment:

“Recently Spotted 103-Year-Old Orca Is Bad News For SeaWorld — Here’s Why”:–547381307.html

Sub-Section 1B12:

Sub-Section 1B12a:
Morality (primarily):

“Vivisection, Part Two: The Moral Justification Of Vivisection”:

Sub-Section 1B12b:
Necessity (primarily):

“Animals in Biomedical Research: A Moral Justification? (debate)”:

“Vivisection, Part One: The “Necessity” of Vivisection”:


“The Commonsense Case Against Animal Experimentation – Mylan Engel Jr. (you may have to print this one to read it or set your tablet to not rotate and hold it sideways!)”:–%20The%20Commonsense%20Case%20Against%20Animal%20Experimentation.pdf

“Does animal testing help human medicine?”:


“An Examination of Animal Experiments”:

“Americans For Medical Advancement”:

“Dario Ringach… Wrong Again on Animal Research”:

“Hypocrisy in the Animal Liberation Movement or Bad Arguments from the Speaking of Research Community?”:

“What’s Wrong with the Animal Welfare Act and Other Systems of Lab Animal “Protection”?”:

“Why Learn about Adverse Drug Reactions (ADR)?”:

“Problems with Animal Research”:

“Limitations and Dangers”:

“FAQs About Animal Testing”:

“How reliable is animal testing?; Podium”:

“Advancing Science Without Harming Animals”:

“Maximum Tolerated Dose”:

“Why Animal Experimentation Doesn’t Work — Reason 1: Stressed Animals Yield Poor Data”:

“Why Animal Experimentation Doesn’t Work — Reason 2: Animals Don’t Get Human Diseases”:

“Why Animal Experimentation Doesn’t Work. Reason 3: Animals Aren’t Little Humans”:

“History of Maternal Deprivation at UW-Madison”:

“Vivisection Information Network”:

“Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty”:

“Safer Medicines”:

“Andrew Knight”:

“White Coat Waste Movement”:

“How predictive and productive is animal research?”:

Sub-Section 1B12c:
Alternatives To Vivisection:

Companies That DO Test On Animals:

Companies That DON’T Test On Animals:

“Dr. Hadwen Trust”:


“Developing Safety Tests without the Use of Animals”:

“Insulin from flowers instead of pigs”:

“Non-animal alternative that is safer”:

“The Syndaver”:

“Animal Testing Could Be Replaced by Human Skin Grown From Stem Cells”:

“The Fetishization of “Animal-Friendly” Animal Products: The Body Shop Example”:

Posts about alternative products by Nik Anti-Speciesist:


Sub-Section 1B12d:
Books On Vivisection:

“Sacred Cows and Golden Geese: The Human Cost of Experiments on Animals” – by C. Ray Greek M. D. & Jean Swingle Greek D.V.M.:

“Specious Science: How Genetics and Evolution Reveal Why Medical Research on Animals Harms Humans” – by C. Ray Greek M. D. & Jean Swingle Greek D.V.M.:

Sub-Section 1B13:

“How are Deer Managed by State Wildlife Agencies?”:

“The wild horses of Letea: First success for the FOUR PAWS birth control project”:

Sub-Section 1B14:
Our Nonhuman Family Members:

Sub-Section 1B14a:
Moral Theory (primarily):

” ‘Pets’: The Inherent Problems of Domestication”:

“Commentary #2: ‘Pets’ ” On The Abolitionist Approach:

“Commentary #4: Follow-Up to “Pets” Commentary: Non-Vegan Cats” On The Abolitionist Approach:

“Should We Keep Pets?” On The Abolitionist Approach:

“Animal Rights and Domesticated Nonhumans”:

“The case against pets”:

“Animal Care and Control: The Sad Failure of New York City’s Municipal Shelter System” On The Abolitionist Approach:

“Evaluation of cats fed vegetarian diets and attitudes of their caregivers”:

“Obligate Carnivore: Cats, Dogs, and What it Really Means to be Vegan”:

“Vegan Diets for Dogs and Cats” by Armaiti May, DVM:

“Dr. Andrew Knight introduces himself and his work with cats and dogs”:

“Vegan Cat Ethics”:

“Quack Veterinarians Who Feed Cats a Vegan Diet”:

“Metabolic Misconceptions”:


Sub-Section 1B14b:
How To Feed Our Nonhuman Family Members Vegan (primarily):

“What’s Really in Pet Food”:

Something I posted about feeding our nonhuman family Vegan:

“Is it ‘unnatural’ to feed dogs a vegan diet?”:

“Vegetarian Diets Can Be Healthy for Dogs”:

“Making Your Own Vegan Dog Food”:

“Dog Health Survey”:

“The Vegan Feline: Can my feline companion be a vegan?” by Laurie Jeffreys DVM:

Sub-Section 1B14c:
Vegan Cat Food Companies and Distributors:


“Harbingers of a New Age” (US, most other countries):
(They provide homemade recipes to use with the VegeCat supplement; they also provide the Vegecat Phi supplement that is pH adjusted for cats that are prone to urinary stones)

“Ami Cat” (Italy, also available in the US and other countries): (Some distributors) (Distributes Ami in Canada)

“VeganPet” (Australia & New Zealand): (distributors)

“Benevo” (Europe, South Africa, Hong Kong, India, Kenya, South Korea, Taiwan, Japan): (Spain, distributor of Benevo and possibly others)

“VegePet” (Taiwan, not the same as the American company):

“FeliGourmet” (Germany):
(Also sells Benevo and Ami Cat)

Distributor of Ami, VegeCat in USA. They do ship internationally, but your country’s customs may reject the shipment.

“The Mail Order Catalog for Healthy Eating”:
(I believe this company sells TVP that is made from non-GMO soy. You can use this for the VegePet recipes that require TVP if you are making those.)

Update 6/5/19:
Canada supplier of many brands including Evolution are Vecado Canada:

Vegan Cat foods and Manufacturer Supplier Website links:
Adult Cats:
Ami Italy:

Evolution USA:

Benevo Britain:

Veggieanimals Spain:

Compassion Circle USA:

Veganpet Australia:

Evolution USA:

Compassion Circle USA:

Veganpet Australia:

Wet tinned is done by Evolution, Benevo, Vegusto, Vitaveg, Hermann’s and Compassion Circle.
Dry is done by Evolution, Benevo, Ami, Veggieanimals, Veganpet and Compassion Circle.
Recipes for homemade is using their supplement powders.

Extras: Adults:
Vegusto Switzerland: WET SNACKS

Vitaveg Italy: WET and DRY

Herrmann Germany:

For EUROPE Compassion Circle suppliers of VEGEYEAST VEGECAT/VEGEDOG and VEGEKIT/VEGEPUP etc are in the Netherlands Vegavriend who sell ready made vegan pet foods also. EVOLUTION, Ami and Benevo:

Germany distributor Fulda also supplies various brands in Europe, Fulda. extra brands like Greta, Bubeck, Vegdog, Green, Fitness, Herrmann, V-dog etc:

UK Manufacturer and Distributor of various brands but not vegeyeast or vegecat etc supplements or Evolution and manufacturer of British Brand sold world wide “Benevo” is

CANADA supplier of many brands including EVOLUTION are Vecado Canada:

Kitty Litter that tests urinary pH (check it a few months after transitioning, then once every few months thereafter. If pH becomes too alkaline, you should use the recipes with the “Vegecat Phi” supplement that is adjusted for cats that are prone to urinary stones.):

“Health Meter Cat Litter”:

“Ultra Monthly Monitor” (Ultra Pet):

“Perfect Litter”:

“Pet Ecology PerfectLitter”:

“Veggie Cats: Why should you test urinary pH?”:

“Cats with Allergies on a Plant-based Diet”:

Sub-Section 1B14b:
Vegan Dog Food Companies And Distributors:

“Vegan Dog Food Products – Europe, U.S., Australia, N.Z.”:

Update 6/5/19:
Vegan Dog foods and Manufacturer Supplier Website links:
Adult Dogs:

Ami Italy:

V-Dog USA:

Evolution USA:

Benevo Britain:

Ketun USA:

Veggieanimals Spain:

Compassion Circle USA:

Veganpet Australia:

Ami Italy:

Evolution USA:

Benevo Britain:

Ketun USA:

Compassion Circle USA:

Veganpet Australia:

Extras: for adults:
Vegusto Switzerland: WET snacks

Vitaveg Italy: WET and DRY

Herrmann Germany:

For EUROPE Compassion Circle suppliers of VEGEYEAST VEGECAT/VEGEDOG and VEGEKIT/VEGEPUP etc are in the Netherlands Vegavriend who sell ready made vegan pet foods also. EVOLUTION, Ami and Benevo:

Germany distributor Fulda also supplies various brands in Europe, Fulda. extra brands like Greta, Bubeck, Vegdog, Green, Fitness, Herrmann, V-dog etc:

UK Manufacturer and Distributor of various brands but not vegeyeast or vegecat etc supplements or Evolution and manufacturer of British Brand sold world wide “Benevo” is

CANADA supplier of many brands including EVOLUTION are Vecado Canada:


Sub-Section 1B14c:
Animal Rescue:

“Animal Shelter Statistics”:

“No Kill Advocacy Center”:

Nathan Winograd’s blog:

“Humane Fix”:

“HSUS Expo 2014: Demand Exceeds Supply” (Welfarist):

Sub-Section 1B15:
Veganism And Human Rights Issues:

“Vegan Diet Impacts Recidivism”:

“Slaughterhouses and Increased Crime Rates”:

“Food Not Bombs” organization:

“North Country Food Alliance”:

“Food Empowerment Project”:

“Food for Life Global”:

“Agriculture and Health Policies in Conflict How Subsidies Tax our Health”:

“Taxpayers Fund Animal Cruelty and Environmental Devastation”:

“Farming subsidies: this is the most blatant transfer of cash to the rich”:

Sub-Section 1B16:
Welfare-Watch (observing the moral confusion in Animal Welfare and Single-Issue Campaigns):

Sub-Section 1B16a:
Video Section:

“Happy Meatopia: How Conflict of Interest is Damaging Animal Advocacy”:

“Rant On Gradualism”:

Sub-Section 1B16b:
Text-Based Info (primarily):

Sub-Section 1B16b1:
Animal Welfare:

“Why ‘Every Little Bit Helps’ Isn’t Helping A Bit”:

“Language Matters Vol. 2 – Animals Aren’t ‘Voiceless’, We’re Just Not Listening”:

More on welfarism and single-issue campaigns by Keith Berger:

“How Co-option of Grass-Roots Activism Played Out in Kansas City’s First VegFest”:

“So What’s the Matter with Mercy for Animals?”:

“Some Thoughts on Why Vegans Criticise Vegans for Promoting Veganism”:

“On Speciesism And Token Gestures”:

“Animal Advocacy and The Scientific Method: The Humane Research Council Study”:

My writings on Welfarism:

“Is Direct Action Everywhere (DxE) anti-vegan?”:

” ‘Vegan’ Outreach has blood on their hands”:

“The Humane Society of the United States: The Public Relations Branch of Animal Industry”:

“Why ‘Happy Meat’ Is Always Wrong”:

“Advanced Advocacy”:

Peaceful Prairie Sanctuary:

“Invasion of the Movement Snatchers: A Social Justice Cause Falls Prey to the Doctrine of “Necessary Evil” By James LaVeck – October, 2006:

“Activists have no business promoting the agenda of corporate lobbyists”:

“The HSUS Missouri Agriculture Council”:

“Greenpeace Supports Killing Whales — But Do Detractors Support Something Similar?”

“A critique of Vegan Outreach literature”:

Anders Branderud’s archive of answers to Welfarism (among other things):

“Legal Protections for Farm Animals”:

Professor Gary Francione on Welfarism:

“Incremental Reform in the Human Context Is Not Analogous to Welfare Reform and Single-Issue Campaigns in the Nonhuman Context”:

Sea Shepherd is not an AR org.:


Sub-Section 1B16b2:
Single Issue Campaigns:

“My Thoughts on Single-Issue Animal “Rights” Campaigns”:

“”Vague-an” Outreach (the organization)? Never. Abolitionism? Always”:

“Commentary #16: Responding to Questions: Single-Issue Campaigns and MDA Opposition to the Abolitionist Approach”:

“Abolition and Incremental Reform”:

“A Good Example of What’s Wrong with Single-Issue Campaigns”:

“Why Welfare Reform Campaigns and Single-Issue Campaigns Necessarily Promote Animal Exploitation”:

“A Short Note on Abolitionist Veganism as a Single Issue Campaign”:

“Hey, Is That Milk on Your Balaclava?”:

“Important Announcement: No Factory-Farmed Small Fish Friday”:

“Is Every Campaign a Single-Issue Campaign?”:

“Multiple Choice Test”:

“New York Times Debate on Carriage Horses”:

“On Johnny Weir, Single-Issue Campaigns, Treatment, and Abolitionist Veganism”:

“Save a Seal; Eat Non-Canadian Seafood”:

“Single-Issue Campaigns and the Adoption/Fostering of Homeless Nonhuman Animals”:

“Single-Issue Campaigns in Human & Nonhuman Contexts”:

“The Great Ape Project: Not so Great”:

“The Kapparos Campaign: A Good Example of What’s Wrong with Single-Issue Campaigns”:

“The Ringling Circus Elephants: Another “Victory” That Isn’t”:

“Why Not Single Issue Campaigns And Petitions”:

“Picking the Low-Hanging Fruit: What Is Wrong with Single Issue Campaigns?”:

“Why Protests Are For The Most Part Useless”:

Palm Oil Is Vegan:


Sub-Section 1B16b3:
Defining Abolitionism In Regards To Welfarism And SICs:

“Factionalism in the Nonhuman Animal Rights Movement”:

“Ten Myths of New Welfarism”:

“Reclaiming Abolitionism: It’s Time For Us To Take A Stand For Animals”:

My explanation of the various “animal movement” factions in a nutshell:

Sub-Section 1B16b4:
Evidence Of The Ineffectiveness Of S.I.C.s:

“Reining in the Elephants: Thinking Critically about Single-Issue Campaigns”:

Sub-Section 1B16b5:

“Deconstructing PETA’s Thinking”:

“PETA: A Corporate Tangle Of Contradictions”:

“When Sex Doesn’t Sell: Using Sexualized Images of Women Reduces Support for Ethical Campaigns”:

“PETA fat-shames in ‘Save the Whales’ campaign”:

“PETA cool with lobster death – if at the White House”:

“PETA employees’ prosecution exposed a shocking (and deadly) practice”:

“PETA’s Death Cult, Part 1: Celebrities Getting Naked in the Name of Euthanasia”:

“PETA’s Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad History of Killing Animals”:

“Controlling an animal as deadly as a weapon” or how PETA advocates killing all pitbulls:

“Don’t turn your back on feral cats” or how PETA advocates killing all feral cats:

“Strange but True… PETA’s stance on Feral Cats…”:!petas-policy-on-ferals–seriously/c10cq

My blog post on PETA:

Sub-Section 1B16b6:
Animals Harmed In Entertainment:

“What Does “No Animals Were Harmed” Mean?”:

“Shocking truth behind the ‘no animals were harmed’ certificate in movies”:

Sub-Section 1B17:
On Violence In The ARM:

Gary Francione Commentary #5: On Violence:

“A Comment on Violence”:

“Gandhi: On the 62nd Anniversary of His Death”:

“Martin Luther King, Jr.: His Dream and Our Reality”:

“More on Violence and Animal Rights”:

“On Violence”:

“On Violence as ‘Entertainment’ “:

“On Vivisection and Violence”:

“Opposing Views: On Violence”:

“Peter Singer and I Agree on One Thing: Nonviolence”:

“The Religion of Non-Violence”:

“Veganism and Nonviolence”:

My blog post on violence:

“On Militant Direct Action”:

“On ‘Fur-Hags’ And ‘Fucking Bitches’ “:

Sub-Section 1B18:
On Graphic Imagery:
“On Cruelty Videos”:

“Every Picture Tells A Story”:

Sub-Section 1B19:
Logic And Myth Regarding Animal Rights:

Sub-Section 1B19a:
Video Section:

“Speciesism. A Debate”:

“Colleen Patrick-Goudreau: Debunking the Myths of Veganism”:

“Meat Creates Jobs That People Would Lose in a Vegan World”:

“Should “Anti-Science” Views Be Given a Platform?”:

“How Wolves Change Rivers”:

“Stop Social Conditioning Now”:

“VERSUS: The Amazing Atheist | Video Response [Part 1]”:

“VERSUS: MrRepzion | Video Response [Part 1]”:

Sub-Section 1B19b:
Text-Based Links:

Sub-Section 1B16b1:
Effective Argumentation:

“Think Again: How to Reason and Argue”:

“How To Not Lose An Argument”:

The Continuum Fallacy at Wikipedia:

“To change Attitudes, Don’t Argue — Agree, Extremely”:

Sub-Section 1B19b2:
Lists Of Fallacies In Regards To Veganism:


“Frequently Asked Questions”:

Catalog Of Logical Fallacies:

Animal Rights and Vegan Discussion Fallacies:

“Frequently Asked Questions about Veganism”:

“Guide to justifications for harming and exploiting animals”:

“Your Vegan Fallacy Is”:

“Master List Of Logical Fallacies”:


Sub-Section 1B19b3:
The Myth Of Human Superiority:

“What scientific idea is ready for retirement?” (of note is the answer by Irene Pepperberg):

Sub-Section 1B19b4:
The “What Would Happen To All The Animals” argument:

“What Will Happen to the Animals When The World Goes Vegan?”:


“What Will Happen to the Animals if Everyone Goes Vegan?”:

“10 Reasons You Should NOT Go Vegan”:

“What Would Happen To The Animals?”:

Sub-Section 1B19b5:
Logical Errors About Vivisection:

Sub-Section 1B19b6:
Anti-“Former Vegan” Arguments:

“On Ex-Vegans”:

“Facing Failing Health On A Vegan Diet”:

“What The Blonde Vegan & Carrie On Vegan Can Teach Us About Eating Healthfully”:

“How to Gain Fame and Fortune as an Ex-Vegan in Roughly Five Easy Steps?…”:

“Our Vegan Diet Almost Killed Us – No, Really”:

Sub-Section 1B19b7:
“Blood Type” Arguments:

“It’s not about your blood type, research shows”:

“Cusack Leila, et al, Blood type diets lack supporting evidence: a systematic review. Am J Clin Nutr, July 2013; ajcn.058693.”

“Moen T., Blood Type Diet—science or fantasy. Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen. 2001 Jan 30;121(3):355-8”

“blood type diet”:

“Blood Type Diet Debunked”:

Sub-Section 1B19b8:
The “Veganism Kills Babies” Argument:

Sub-Section 1B19b8a:
Veganism Does Not Kill Babies:

Vegan child death misrepresented:

Non-vegan child death (18-month-old, Vermilion, OH, USA):

Non-vegan child death (1-year-old, village of Makho in Black Sea region of Adjara, Georgia):

Non-vegan child death (2-month-old, Thibodaux, LA, USA):

Non-vegan child death (Phoenix, AZ, USA):

Non-vegan child death (14-month-old, Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, N.C.):

Vegan child death (11-month-old, parents: Joel and Sergine Le Moaligou, France):

Vegan child death (6-month-old, parents: Deborah and Roby Jan Moorhead, Auckland, New Zealand, 2002):

Vegan child death (6-weeks-old, child: Crown Shakur, parents: Jade Sanders, 27, and Lamont Thomas, 31, Atlanta, Georgia, USA 2004):

Vegan child deaths:

Vegan child death (6-months-old, child: Woyah, parents: Joseph Andressohn, 36, and Lamoy Andressohn, 30, Florida, USA):

Vegan child death (15-months-old, Joseph and Silva Swinton, Queens, NY, USA, 2003):
“6.9 million children under the age of five died in 2011.” “About one third of all child deaths are linked to malnutrition.”

That equals 2.3 MILLION babies that died in 2011 from malnutrition around the world. Almost all were not on a vegan diet:

“Deficiencies of vitamin A and zinc result in deaths”
“deficiencies of iodine and iron, together with stunting, can contribute to children not reaching their developmental potential”:

The main causes of death in malnutrition:

The Lancet: Nearly half of all child deaths caused by malnutrition:
“malnutrition is now responsible for around 3·1 million deaths in children under five annually.”:

Vitamin and mineral deficiencies affect up to two billion people:

Examples of elements added to fortify non-vegan foods: Iodized Salt, Folic Acid, Niacin, Vitamin D, Calcium:

Sub-Section 1B19b8b:
How To Raise Healthy Vegan Children:

“Baby-Led Weaning for the Mini Vegan”:

“Natural Weaning And Healthy Vegan Kids”:

“Baby’s First Vegan Foods”:

“Vegan Breastmilk Weaning Age?”:

Sub-Section 1B19b9:
The “Meat Made Us Smarter” Argument:

“Meat made us smarter”:


“Why you can all stop saying meat eating fueled evolution of larger brains right now”:

“Brain frontal lobes not sole centre of human intelligence”:

“It’s Curtains For The Expensive Tissue Hypothesis”:

“Energetics and the evolution of human brain size”:

“Speciesist Science: Animal Flesh & Human Brain Evolution: Dispelling Myths”:

“Our Brains Need Cholesterol”:

Sub-Section 1B19b10:
The “Plants Are Sentient” Argument:

“The Ad Plantarum Fallacy: Because Plants Don’t Have Feelings”:

“People For the Ethical Treatment of Plants: 4 Reasons Why the “Plant Sentience” Argument Doesn’t Work”:

“Broccoli vs. Animals?”:

“But Plants Have Feelings, Too!”:

Sub-Section 1B19b11:
What’s Wrong With Vegetarianism?:

“Commentary #1: Vegetarianism as a “Gateway” to Veganism?”

Some Comments on Vegetarianism as a “Gateway” to Veganism:

“What Is Wrong with Vegetarianism?”:

“Vegan and vegetarian: Why they are not similar”:

I Wonder What Donald Watson, Founder of the Vegan Society, Would Think:

It’s Not 1946:

The Need for a Vegan Society:

Vegetarianism First?:


Sub-Section 1B19b12:
The “Veganism Kills More Animals In Crop Production” Argument:


“Veganism: less grain for cattle, fewer animals killed in grain fields”:–less-grains-for-animals2c-less-animals-kille/4679802

“Contrasting Harms: Vegan Agriculture versus Animal Agriculture”:


Sub-Section 1B19b13:
The “Using Animals Is Natural” Argument:


Sub-Section 1B19b14:
The ” ‘In Vitro Meat’ Is A Boon To Animal Rights” Argument:

“Cultured Meat Club (Do You Really Want To Hurt Me?)”:

“Vegan Trove Ep 35: “ ‘Clean Meat’ Part 1: Some Ethical Considerations” “:

“Vegan Trove Ep 35: “ ‘Clean Meat’ Part 2: Some Practical Implications and Unforeseen Outcomes” “:

“The ‘Clean Meat’ Hoax”:

“Trading Patronage for Power in the Animal Right’s Movement”:

“What’s Wrong With In Vitro Meat?”:


Sub-Section 1B19b15:
The “Savory Approach” Argument:

Grass-Fed Beef Is Not Better For The Environment:

“Alan Savory: Eat Meat and Save the World?”:

“Holistic Management: Misinformation on the Science of Grazed Ecosystems”:

“Cows Against Climate Change: The Dodgy Science Behind the TED Talk”:

“A Call To Counter The False Solution Of Regenerative Grazing”:


Sub-Section 1B19b16:
The Atkins Diet:

“Atkins Exposed”:


Sub-Section 1B19b17:
Info On Vaccinations:

“My CRYSTAL Clear Stance on Vaccines (which aren’t immunizations)”:

“Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP)”:

Sub-Section 1B19b18:
Responses To Specific Single Fallacies:

“Moral Concern, Moral Impulse, and Logical Argument in Animal Rights Advocacy”:

“Veganism: Morality, Health, and the Environment”:

“Single-Issue Campaigns and the Adoption/Fostering of Homeless Nonhuman Animals”:

“Human Rights And Animal Rights: Perfect Together”:

Answers to fallacies by “Veganator”:
“It is all about calories in versus calories burned”:

“But dairy builds strong bones”:

“Humans can eat meat, so that means we are omnivores”:

“I have a slow metabolism which is why I am overweight”:

“Why Hitler Was Not a Vegetarian” by Rynn Berry:

“An Open Letter to the Facebook Commenter Who Said that Vegans Are Hippie Fascists”:

“People Are Not Vegan Because Of You” by Gary Smith:

“Animal Suffering Isn’t An Enigma So Let’s Get Over It”:

“Are Vegetarians Less Healthy than Meat-Eaters?”:

“Top 10 Retorts to Hunter Fallacies”:

“Where Do Humans Really Rank on the Food Chain?”:

“Members of the Maasai Tribe of Kenya Request IFA’s Help”:

“If You Were Alone on a Deserted Island With a Pig, Would You Eat the Pig?”:

“Don’t Tell Me What To Do”:

“The Abolitionist Zombie: Am I A Mindless Follower Of Gary Francione?”:

“Veganism as a Minimum Standard of Decency”:

“Your Love Of Quinoa Is Good News For Andean Farmers”:

“Kids (and Animals) Who Fail Classic Mirror Tests May Still Have Sense of Self”:

Sub-Section 1B19b19:
Miscellaneous Links:

Rbutr App.:

Tom Billings and

“Rhys Southan’s attempt to discredit veganism”:

“Harriet Hall’s ‘Critique’ of Greger’s “Uprooting the Leading Causes of Death” by Don Matesz:

“Calling Out Sam Harris”:

“Ethical Arguments Against Ethical Veganism”:

“Science Reveals How The Brains Of Social Justice Activists Are Different From Everyone Else’s”:

Sub-Section 1B20:
Kill Count/Statistics On Exploitation:

“Global Meat Production and Consumption Continue to Rise” (Welfarist):

“Meat Atlas – Facts and figures about the animals we eat” (Welfarist):

“Around 3 trillion sea creatures are killed each year by humans”:

Numbers of sea animals killed each year (Welfarist):

“World Agriculture: Towards 2015/2030. An FAO perspective” (Welfarist):

“40 Maps That Explain Food In America”:

“USDA’s Wildlife Services killed 4 million animals in 2013; seen as an overstep by some”:


Sub-Section 1B21:
The Growth Of Veganism:

Sub-Section 1B21a:
“How-To” on Creative Non-Oppressive Vegan Advocacy:

Sub-Section 1B21a1:

“Creative, Non-Violent Vegan Education — Easy and Effective”:

“Vegan Education: A Background”:

“Ten Crucial Tips for Public Outreach Work”:

“VegFest London, October 2019”:

“Defending Go Vegan World’s Educational Adverts from Challenge – Vegfest 2019 – Barbara Bolton:

“Defending Go Vegan World’s Educational Adverts from Challenge – Q&A – Vegfest 2019 – Barbara Bolton:

“ASA Rules in favour of Go Vegan World ad”:

“Go Vegan World has accused the National Farmers’ Union of “entirely missing the point”:

“Dairy takes babies from their mothers”:

“Advertising Standards Authority (“ASA”) upholds Go Vegan World’s claim that animals are tortured for research”:

Sub-Section 1B21a2:
CNOVA (Creative, Non-Oppressive Vegan Advocacy):

How I get non-Vegans to  consider Veganism in a positive manner:

My CNOVA Archives:
May 6th, 2014:

Friday, May 30th, 2014:

Saturday, May 31st, 2014:

Sunday, June 1st, 2014:

Tuesday, June 16th 2014:

Friday, September 12th, 2014:

My first time being interviewed on a live webcast!:

Sub-Section 1B21a3:
Vegan Education Pamphlets & Flyers:

Flyers by me (click thumbnails and then choose “full-sized versions” at the bottom):
Tearoffs with various animals:

Or right click on the links below and choose “save link as”:

Various wonderful pamphlets by others:

“Embracing Veganism” by South Florida Vegan Education Group:

Pamphlets by Vegan Musings:

“Reject Speciesism”:

Sub-Section 1B21a4:
Strategy And Tactics In Vegan Advocacy:

“Dog Analogies And Speciesism”:

Sub-Section 1B21a5:
Some Sites We Could Use To Educate Pre-Vegans (especially by choosing areas where the highest number of non-Vegans will see our Abolitionist Vegan messages):

Sub-Section 1B21b:
Examples Of The Paradigm Shifting:

Sub-Section 1B21b1:
Former Institutional Exploiters Turned Vegan:

“From Goat Farmer to Sanctuary Founder” (Note: I do not endorse PETA as they are a horribly welfarist organization):

” ‘Animals feel pain’: why a farmer’s son turned vegan”:


Sub-Section 1B21b2:

“Q&A: Hellenic Vincent de Paul, the guy who’s trying to make ‘Vegandale’ a thing”:

“The First Vegan Accommodation in NYC!”:

“Taiwan Is Cooler Than Your Town!”:

Read these 2 in order:

“Tal’s Freeze – Big Brother Israel | Channel 2”:

“Fashion & Veg: You Can Dress Vegan!”:

Sub-Section 1B21c:
Science And Statistics:

“How Sweden And The World Will Go Vegan”:

“Minority Rules: Scientists Discover Tipping Point for the Spread of Ideas”:

“Interest In Vegan Diets On The Rise: Google Trends Notes Public’s Increased Curiosity In Veganism”:

Sub-Section 1C:

Sub-Section 1C1:
Adult-Oriented Books:

“Animals as Persons: Essays on the Abolition of Animal Exploitation” by Gary L. Francione:

“Animals Property & The Law (Ethics And Action)” by Gary L. Francione:

“Eat Like You Care: An Examination of the Morality of Eating Animals” by Gary L. Francione & Anna Charlton:

“Introduction to Animal Rights: Your Child or the Dog?” by Gary L. Francione and Alan Watson:

“Rain Without Thunder: The Ideology of the Animal Rights Movement” by Gary L. Francione:

“The Animal Rights Debate: Abolition or Regulation? (Critical Perspectives on Animals: Theory, Culture, Science and Law)” by Gary L. Francione:

“Vivisection and Dissection in the Classroom: A Guide to Conscientious Objection” by Gary L. Francione:

“Mind If I Order the Cheeseburger?: And Other Questions People Ask Vegans” by Sherry F. Colb:

“Animal Oppression and Human Violence: Domesecration, Capitalism, and Global Conflict”:

“Animal Rights/Human Rights: Entanglements of Oppression and Liberation (Critical Media Studies: Institutions, Politics, and Culture)”:

“Making a Killing: The Political Economy of Animal Rights” by Bob Torres:

“Animal Equality” – by Joan Dunayer:

“Speciesism” – by Joan Dunayer:

Sub-Section 1C2:
Children’s Books:

“We’re Vegan!” by Anna Bean:

“I Am Not Food” – by Abioseh Joseph Cole:

These links and tons more:

Section 2:
It has come to my attention that some people are reading this list merely for info on a Plants-Only Diet and refusing to read any of Section 1. Therefore, I’ve decided to include only the following items in Section 2 – I’ve also relegated the section on environment to another, separate post. Please do not ignore the moral arguments for Veganism. Thank you:

1) The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (formerly The American Dietetic Association): the world’s largest organization of food and nutrition professionals. The Academy is committed to improving the nation’s health and advancing the profession of dietetics through research, education and advocacy.

“It is the position of the American Dietetic Association that appropriately planned vegetarian diets, including total vegetarian or vegan diets, are healthful, nutritionally adequate, and may provide health benefits in the prevention and treatment of certain diseases. Well-planned vegetarian diets are appropriate for individuals during all stages of the life cycle, including pregnancy, lactation, infancy, childhood, and adolescence, and for athletes.”

2) The Mayo Clinic: the first and largest integrated not-for-profit medical group practice in the world, employing more than 3,800 physicians and scientists and 50,900 allied health staff. It spends $500 million dollars on research a year.

“However, with a little planning a vegetarian diet can meet the needs of people of all ages, including children, teenagers, and pregnant or breast-feeding women. The key is to be aware of your nutritional needs so that you plan a diet that meets them.”

3) Kaiser Permanente: the largest managed care organization in the United States, published an article supporting the adoption of a plant-based diet earlier this spring.

“Healthy eating may be best achieved with a plant-based diet, which we define as a regimen that encourages whole, plant-based foods and discourages meats, dairy products, and eggs as well as all refined and processed foods. We present a case study as an example of the potential health benefits of such a diet. Research shows that plant-based diets are cost-effective, low-risk interventions that may lower body mass index, blood pressure, HbA1C, and cholesterol levels. They may also reduce the number of medications needed to treat chronic diseases and lower ischemic heart disease mortality rates. Physicians should consider recommending a plant-based diet to all their patients, especially those with high blood pressure, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, or obesity.”

***A follow up written by Dr. John McDougall and his son, Dr. Craig McDougall concerning Kaiser Permanente’s warning about potential nutrient deficiencies:

“In our experience of treating more than 5000 patients with a low-fat, whole foods, plant-based (vegan) diet, with follow-up lasting as long as 28 years, we have not seen any deficiencies of protein, iron, calcium, or essential fatty acids.”

4) The British National Health Service (NHS): is the largest and the oldest single-payer healthcare system in the world. It provides the majority of healthcare in England.

“With good planning and an understanding of what makes up a healthy, balanced vegan diet, you can get all the nutrients your body needs.”

5) Cleveland Clinic: is regarded as one of the top hospital in the United States. With around 1,700 staff physicians representing 120 medical specialties, this hospital helps patients not only from all 50 states, but from more than 100 other nations.

“There really are no disadvantages to a vegetarian or vegan diet. A vegetarian diet offers many potential health benefits. Choosing vegetarian foods, rather than animal-based ones, for the nutrients you need eliminates much of the saturated fat and cholesterol found in a meat-based diet. A vegetarian diet can help lower cholesterol and blood pressure levels and help cut calories. These changes can reduce your risk of obesity, heart disease, hypertension, diabetes and possibly cancer.”–heart-health

6) University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC): with 4,200 licensed beds and 400 outpatient sites, UPMC is one of the largest medical centers in the world.

“If properly planned, a vegan diet can provide all the nutrients you need. In general, people who don’t eat meat: Weigh less than people who eat meat. Are less likely to die of heart disease. Have lower cholesterol levels. Are less likely to get: High blood pressure; Prostate cancer; Colon cancer; Type 2 diabetes.”

7) The Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center (UCLA): having research centers covering nearly all major specialties of medicine, UCLA is considered on of the top three hospitals in the US. This hospital has been ranked in the top twenty in 15 of the 16 medical specialties ranked in the US News ranking.

“Some of the health benefits of a vegetarian diet may include: [d]ecreased blood cholesterol levels and blood pressure; [l]ower incidence of heart disease, some forms of cancer, and digestive disorders like constipation and diverticula disease; [l]ower incidence of obesity and some forms of diabetes.”

8) Dr Michael Greger, MD: a physician, author, and internationally recognized speaker on a number of important public health issues. All proceeds from his speaking engagements and the sale of his books and DVDs are donated to his 501(c)3 nonprofit, the first science-based, non-commercial website to provide free daily videos and articles on the latest discoveries in nutrition.

These are the top 15 causes of death, and a plant based diet can prevent nearly all of them, can help treat more than half of them, and in some cases even reverse the progression of disease, including our top three killers.

Special thanks to Anders Branderud:

Section 3:
Plant-Based Recipes/Vegan Food Guides:

Sub-Section 3A:

“You Have Been Opening A Banana Wrong Your Entire Life!”:

How to make Vegan yogurt:

“Learn How to Make These 5 Easy Raw Vegan Favorites (VIDEOS)”:

“8 Videos of Vegan Recipes You Can Make in Less Than 5 Minutes (VIDEOS)”:

Sub-Section 3B:

Sub-Section 3B1:
Food Guides:

Vegan food pyramid:

Vegan liquor guide:

A two-time Cupcake Wars winner on the chemistry of vegan baking:

“Fits Me”:

“The Great Vegan Search Engine”:

“Stop Pouring Your Chickpea Liquid Down the Drain. It’s a Magical Ingredient”:

“Vegan Chocolate Mousse Made With Aquafaba”:

“17 Cooking Hacks Every Vegan Should Know”:

Vibrance!: What Vegans Eat”:

“25 Frugal Items for Your Organic Vegan Grocery List”:

“21 Comfort Snacks That Are Vegan”:

“Plant-Based On A Budget”:

“Plant-Based On A Budget”:

Sub-Section 3B2:
Businesses/Companies That Sell Vegan Products:

Sub-Section 3B2a:
Vegan Misc.:

“Shopping Vegan”:

“Vegan Cleaning Products”:

“Vegan As Printing”:


Sub-Section 3B2b:
Vegan Food:

Vegan cheese:

Daiya Cheese:

“So Delicious Dairy Free”:

“Midas Fine Art Cheeses”:

“Freja’s Foods” – They make seitan, a delicious plants-only food which can replicate and replace almost any animal flesh:

“Replicated Meat – Coming Soon to Major Supermarkets Near You”:

“Scientists developing cow-free milk that tastes like the real thing”:

“Lazy Day Foods”:

“Food Fight”:

“Unicorn Grocery”:

“Rescue Chocolate”:

“Natural Candy Store”:

Sub-Section 3B2c:
Vegan Clothing:

“Vegan Athletic Shoes 2013”:


“MuSkin: A Vegan “Leather” Made Entirely From Mushrooms”:

Sub-Section 3B2d:
Vegan Cosmetics:

“Vegan Lip Balms”:

“6 Amazing and Truly Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Brands”:

“Tropic Skin Care”:

Sub-Section 3B3:
My Favorite Vegan Substitutes:

Tofurky Italian sausage:

Morningstar Farms BBQ riblets:
(not sure the above is still being made as I can’t find it around here anymore)

Gardein Sizzling Szechuan beefless strips:


Sub-Section 3B4:
Recipe Sites:


“Live Vegan”:

“Oh She Glows”:

“Post Punk Kitchen”:

“Vegan Richa”:

“VegKitchen with Nava Atlas”:

“Simply Vegan”:

“Finding Vegan”:

“Hell Yeah, It’s Vegan!”:


“Skip The Bacon: 20 Vegan Breakfast Ideas”:

“Hippie Vegan”:

“Forks Over Knives”:

“Holy Cow!”:

“The Buddhist Chef: recipe/seitan”:

“Vegan Thanksgiving Recipes Galore 2015!”:

“I Can’t Believe It’s Vegan Gravy”:

“My Vegan Burger King”:

“17 Very Cherry Recipes (All Vegan!)”:

“ Vegan Sausage Roll Recipe”:

“What Fat Vegans Eat”:

“The Vegan Stoner: Peanut Stew”:


“Jeff Novick, MS, RD: My Simple Recipes”:

“14 Recipes for Turning Avocados Into OMGados”:

“The Simple Veganista: SMOKY CHIPOTLE MAPLE T.L.T.”:

“The top 10 best vegan recipe websites”:

“Anna Adey’s Recipes”:

“10 Basic Vegan Recipes Even the Worst Cook Can Master”:

“First Proper & Best-Ever Vegan ‘Egg Mayonnaise’ (Egg Salad) Sandwich”:

Sub-Section 3B4:
“8 Vegetables You Can Regrow Again And Again”:

Section 4:
It has come to my attention that some people are reading this list merely for info on a Plants-Only Diet or the environmental aspects of such, and refusing to read any of Section 1. Therefore, I’ve relegated the section on environment to another, separate post. Please do not ignore the moral arguments for Veganism. Thank you.

Section 5:
Veganism-Related (misc. non-Vegan issues related to Veganism):

Sub-Section 5A:

Sub-Section 5A1:

“Critical Thinking”:

“The Long Reach Of Reason”:


Sub-Section 5A2:
Effective Advocacy:

“A radical experiment in empathy”: Sam Richards at TEDxPSU:

“How to Change the World With Love”: Joey Adler at TEDxMontreal:

“For argument’s sake” by Daniel H. Cohen:

“Tactical Performance: Thinking Theatrically for Powerful Protest: Larry Bogad at TEDxUCDavis”:

“Science Of Persuasion”:

“Rosenberg on Nonviolent Communication ~ NVC”:

“Nonviolent Communication Part 1 Marshall Rosenberg”:

“How To Convince People To Do Whatever You Want”:

“Living the Great Refusal – Dublin talk, May 2014”:

“The Secret To Winning An Argument Is Ridiculously Simple”:

Sub-Section 5A2a:

“YANSS Podcast 023 – What you can learn about dealing with differing political views from bloodthirsty, warring tribes of children”:

Sub-Section 5B:
Text-Based Info:

Sub-Section 5B1:
Alternative Political Systems:

“Collaborative Post-Scarcity Commons Resource-Based Gift Economy Anarchism”:

“Moral Problems Of Capitalism”:

“What Every Environmentalist Needs to Know about Capitalism”:

Anarcho-Syndicalism at Wikipedia:

Herbert Marcuse at Wikipedia:

Sub-Section 5B2:
Alternative History:

“A People’s History Of The United States”:

“Against All Odds”:

Sub-Section 5B3:

World Clock:

“More scrutiny for UCLA’s School of Medicine”:

“You Decide: Save the People or Save the Planet”:

Evolve Consciousness:

“Meditation can Change your Brain Structure”:

“News is bad for you – and giving up reading it will make you happier”:

The “Backfire Effect”:

“Which Products Should You Buy Fair Trade?”:

“Compassion Incorporated”:

Cats are not the real threat to birds:

“What is ‘Nutri-washing’ and Why Should You Care?”:

These 10 Corporations Control Almost Everything You Buy:

“15 Things Everyone Would Know If There Were A Liberal Media”:

“The Scary New Evidence on BPA-Free Plastics”:

If you’re not already Vegan, please go Vegan. It’s easy and great for you, incredible for the animals, and wonderful for the planet. Even more important, it’s the morally right thing to do and desperately needed by everyone. If you’re already Vegan, please educate others about why they should go Vegan.

These links and tons more:


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