All posts tagged: language use

She was a person

She was a person. She wanted to live ❤ View this post on Instagram She was a person. She wanted to live ❤ One of the 15 million mink who are currently being murdered in Denmark. Running for her life, wanting to live, wanting freedom 😓 #animalresistance #dierenverzet Denmark is killing (not 'culling', that's a euphemism) 15 million mink in an effort to prevent a mutant of the coronavirus from spreading. The conditions in animal factories (thousands of animals confined together) in the meat and fur industry again and again lead to the outbreak of zoonoses (bird flu, swine flu, Q-fever, …) , and in some cases also spreading to humans (like now). Don't contribute to this system in which animals are seen merely as disposable products. Don't buy fur or other animal products 😔 For the animals, your health and the environment #vegan 🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿 #mink #denmark #animalrights #covid #speciesisme #culling #speciesistlanguage #killing # A post shared by trudi_brugesvegan (@trudi_brugesvegan) on Nov 7, 2020 at 5:02am PST One of the 15 million mink who are …

About vegan turkey and voiceless animals. Geertrui Cazaux (IARC 2019)

A couple of weeks ago, I was at the 9th International Animal Rights Conference in Luxembourg. This conference is held every year at the beginning of September. I attended for the first time in 2018, and then gave a presentation about ableism and ageism in the movement. This year I gave a presentation about Representation of other animals. About vegan turkey and voiceless animals.