fashionfaves:

Stella Maxwell
stopdropandvogue:

Xiao Wen Ju for Transmission #3 photographed by Dylan Forsberg
purecheffery:

La spesa è arrivata e il rifornimento di #verdure anche ;) Prevediamo un lunedì ricco di buone #ricette!! by giallozafferano http://ift.tt/1vTXxc9
thesoutherly:

Kate Davison’s San Francisco Home Tour | The Every Girl

laurcastillo:

veronicassmars:

tumblr taught me so much about representation tho…. today i literally can’t watch a film without thinking

"why is everyone so white"

"why is everyone straight"

"why is everyone male?"

(via supersailormarx)

fjgyf:

if only you loved pigs more than bacon, cows more than milk and life more than a selfish need to satisfy your taste buds.

(via fightingforanimals)

ghostparties:

from Converted into Houses by Charles A. Fracchia & Jeremiah O. Bragstad
be-their-sound:

avocadobrat:

vegan-because-fuck-you:

SOY DEFORESTATION
Most people associate soy with tofu and soy milk. However, only a small portion of soy is consumed directly by humans. In fact, most of the world’s soy crop ends up in feed for poultry, pork, cattle and even farmed fish. The expansion of soy to feed the world’s growing demand for meat often contributes to deforestation and the loss of other valuable ecosystems in Latin America. 
To grow soybeans, vast expanses of land are needed. Production is overtaking huge areas in fragile ecosystems such as:
The Brazilian Cerrado (a relatively flat, mixed woodland and savannah area of central Brazil),
the Amazon,
the Chaco, and
the Atlantic Forests of South America.
This threatens wildlife and biodiversity. It also adversely affects people, the global climate, water reserves and soil quality. 
In South America, almost 4 million hectares of forests are destroyed every year, 2.6 million of them in Brazil alone.
Limiting (or you know, completely avoiding) consumption of animal-based food products, particularly meat, is one thing people can do to help end this devastating trend. 
GO VEGAN TODAY
 

i was expecting scary anti-vegan commentary but i am v happy about the fact that there is none

This is a wonderful post.
compassionco:

hookandthedaggersxvx:

necessaryveganism:

civil-anarchy:

necessaryveganism:


"I found that one quarter pound hamburger requires over 660 gallons of water to produce. Here I’ve been taking these short showers trying to save water, to find out just eating one hamburger is equivalent to showering 2 entire months."

 - Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret

I’m sure clearing the brazilian rainforests for soy (common vegan staple) has had 0 impact on the environment though :/

I apologize if you’re being sarcastic (in which case haha, hilarious, well done) but just so we’re clear:
“About 85 percent of the world’s soybean crop is processed into meal and vegetable oil, and virtually all of that meal is used in animal feed.  
Some two percent of the soybean meal is further processed into soy flours and proteins for food use… Approximately six percent of soybeans are used directly as human food, mostly in Asia.” 

Those numbers are directly from the soy industry (http://www.soyatech.com/soy_facts.htm). You can’t call propaganda on that at all. Then you gotta think about the fact that soy is in pretty much everything you eat.

Boom. Roasted.

theinnkeeperlibrarian:

leepacey:

a restaurant in my hometown got a review that said the servers should “show some skin” so the owner added a potato skin special to the menu and all the proceeds from the special go to the west virginia foundation for rape information services (x)

That’s exactly the appropriate response.

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