In this podcast, we talk about how we came to veganism and what we can learn from that, we search for the lesser spotted snuffler, and we try to figure out how budget airlines resemble vegan advocacy.
In this episode, we talk about advocating through shyness, fear of messing up, and how to turn a fennel-finding excursion into an advocacy opportunity.
In this episode, we talk about being keyboard jockeys and explore how best to conduct yourself when online debates get heated (including how and when to walk away). We get inspired at the idea of opening a concept restaurant, and we discuss the lesser-spotted lurker.
In this episode, we discuss whether it’s possible or desirable to trick someone into veganism; we marvel at the mathematical and logical contortions of those who refuse to promote veganism as a moral imperative; we discuss reducetarianism and whether we can ever persuade Clive to give up honey; and someone sets her sights on an interesting Christmas gift.
In this episode, we talk to you about why some self-proclaimed animal people are obsessed with your granny’s baking, and we have a rant about thought experiments that seek to debunk unequivocal vegan advocacy. Please comment below to let us know whether you’ve ever been stuck in Borris-on-Ossory and whether you think a squirrel could win an Oscar.
In this episode, we talk about the importance of remaining calm during advocacy and we give you some tips.
In this podcast, we introduce our new series where we’ll discuss veganism, advocacy, and other related matters. We talk about what advocacy is and isn’t, and we recount a spectacular advocacy failure.