The site is basically divided into three sections—blog posts, longer essays, and other people’s commentaries. The essays section is divided into Vegans, Part-Time Skeptics, and Cultists.
Posts focused on specific individuals, subjects, and events.
Essays, texts, videos, arguments, and comedy specifically related to veganism and vegan skepticism.
- Vegan Atheists
- Systemic Fallacies
A brief look at the normalized perception of the unethical treatment and exploitation of animals in human society and how government and agricultural industries perpetuate it through falsehoods, promotion, and propaganda.
- Homo Rapiens
Although earlier tribal life is often cited as idyllic and in harmony with nature, this is nonsense. Humans were just as viciously exploitative then as they are now, and they justified their behaviors with superstitious and religious excuses then as they do now.
Flexitarians in the skeptical community talk a big game but when it comes to issues of nonhumans animals and the environment they fail to walk the talk. Here are some reasons why.
- Embedded Thinking
- Crony Rationalism
This phrase describes crony capitalism but with an emphasis on false rationalisms used to justify unethical behavior toward both human and nonhuman animals.
- The Modern Rack
As debate over it intensified in the 1800s, animal testing was likened to the Inquisition and it torturous practices, such as use of the rack. It still applies when so much modern animal testing is unjustified. Why aren’t scientists themselves active in phasing out?
Religion is just a socially acceptable name for a large sized cult championed by deluded people. Let’s call religion what it is.
- Religious Narcissism
- Sacrifice Delusions
- Soft Animal Advocacy
Today there are only a minority of the religious among society’s minority of animal advocates. They tend to have a softly softly approach.
- Disregarding Animals
The faithful have a notorious reputation, earned over hundreds of years, of cruelty and disregard towards nonhuman animals. This terrible legacy is still with us today because of texts written by Bronze Age ignoramuses and because of people that actually believe in ancient fairytales.
Essays, interviews, articles on nonhuman animals issues written by other people.