Humanes Go Semi-Vegan →
Gotta new no expense, lotsa benefit idea for ya. This article from the New York Times proposes going “semi-vegan”, as in, maybe just on the weekdays, or even just one day a week, don’t eat meat/animal products. This does not hurt you in any way! There’s really no reason to have meat with every meal, and it’s a hell of a lot cheaper and healthier to not eat meat. I...
Humanes Eat: Red Beans and Rice
Okay, kids. Let’s talk food. I live in New Orleans, land of gumbo, crawfish, and my personal favorite: red beans and rice. This dish is cheap, easy, delicious, and, if you leave out the pork products, fairly healthy. A lot of New Orleans dishes are seasoned with, if not full of, meat. Usually pork, which is generally full of nitrates and fat and all sorts of things that I don’t...
Humanes Overcoming Homophobia
Dan Savage, on overcoming homophobia: “I actually think the solution to homophobia is eradicating misogyny. I think a lot of homophobia is hatred of women repackaged, ‘cause gay men seem to preoccupy homophobes the most. It’s usually about anal sex, and gay men are perceived as taking on the woman’s role, and women are despised. The woman’s role is less-than. And...
Humanes Educating Themselves About Sex →
Well, if our schools aren’t going to do it, and our parents aren’t going to do it, at least the internet will!
Humanes Tabbing for a Cause →
I have a problem with my species. We do a lot of things that don’t make sense, like deny humans certain rights and eat meat and teach our children to hate in the name of a deity. I’m going to complain about those things some, but what I really want to do is promote some things that I like about humanity—things that are making humanity make a little more sense, or to play with...