“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.”
“To me, feminism is the basic idea that everyone should be treated equally: women, men, trans, non-binary, racialized people, sex workers, the elderly, people with disabilities, … I see it as a part of a wider struggle against cisheteropatriarchy.”
“Let us be, first and above all, kind”
If your adopted dog stays home, come and say “Hello” — I will give some tips on how to make a dog (and a cat!) happier at home!
Discussion with Farištamo Eller who has a podcast Keskonnaraadio — Keskkonnahoid on äge! (Let’s have fun saving the planet).
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Let's have a discussion about vegan feminism!
“Sort your trash, take your own bag to a grocery store, take your own cup to a coffee shop, don’t throw trash around and reuse things as much as you can. Those would be the basics. Also, many new sustainable brands are coming out, but with them many greenwashing brands are coming along too. You should research the brand to know if it really is what it claims to be. And the reason would be to keep the business going while not being too harmful to our planet. Not everything we as species do is bad, we just need to manage our processes better.”
Let’s dance and let’s become empowered!
“We are very aware and sensitive to current ecological movements and we try, through our brand, to support social and political messages from climate activists.”
I am ready for my oral hygiene routines – the supplies level is full!
Bambaw believes that a more sustainable and ethically conscious world is not only possible, it’s down to us to create it.
“I feel drawn to support marginalized individuals, those who are systematically subjected to social injustices, just for being born who they are. I am also passionate about supporting the environment and try to live as green as possible in my everyday life.”