“We can't save all the animals who need it, but we can let the ones that we have, be ambassadors for their species.”
Laura Laura, an UK-based writivist (writer + artist), has a website FemVegArt that is all about promoting feminism/gender equality and veganism/anti-speciesism. Her products are for people who want to raise awareness and proudly express their values in small things that can have great meaning. Her approach is intersectional, which means that she is aware of … Continue reading It’s every adult’s responsibility to do their bit to make the world a better place for everyone: Laura (FemVegArt; UK)
“They [cats — D the Vegan Feminist] are not here for our pleasure and enjoyment. You would respect a humans personal space and physical boundary if they shared it with you. In my opinion it is no different for cats.”
“All art is political. As it is influenced by people living under political systems.”
I am ready for my oral hygiene routines – the supplies level is full!
My less waste journey is going strong!
“There is something which is like an addiction from working in the film industry, I love it as form of art and creativity. It is really hard, long hours and can fuck with your mental health but I feel like there is nothing else I could do with myself. I am working hard to get myself into a position where I can use my platform of film making to spread messages and awareness of positivity.”
“I try to operate in line with my values: authenticity and well-being. Everything I do touch on either one of those. It's important to me to communicate clearly and effectively, to be brutally honest and transparent and to promote all things related to better health. I've spent my life healing and improving myself and hopefully I can help others on their path.”
“I think that I have mostly been mostly inspired by a growing awareness over the years of just how wonderful animals are. Their joy of life is truly inspiring, whilst their capacity to feel pain and sadness is heartbreakingheart-breaking. I have no choice but to do what I can to help. I cannot walk on oblivious to their plight.”