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Your story and the media - every day is April Fool's Day

Jess Parsons | March 31, 2014 | Lifestyle

Read More: activist, athletic performance vegan, disease prevention, exercise, health, media, vegan

You are a committed person with a serious cause that could change the world. You have a strong worldwide group supporting you. You're in a small minority compared to the mainstream, but you're OK with that, because you have......

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GMOs - what's the difference?

Jess Parsons | October 11, 2013 | Food

Read More: apple, GMOs, labelling, marketing, media, money, public, safety, science, testing

Who you are changes what you hear....  Enjoy this simple cartoon on the two faces of the GMO message.   GMO Myths and Truths (120 page evidence-based report)  10 Myths that GMO companies want you to believe 5 GMO Myths......

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Chicken - it's the new veal

Jess Parsons | September 25, 2013 | Animals

Read More: Animal suffering, antibiotics, chickens, egg laying hens, growth hormone, media, natural, veal

Thanks to animal activists, most of us know about the extreme industrial cruelty involved in turning calves into veal, or force-feeding geese and ducks to give them fatty livers for foie gras. Also recently highlighted - the cruelty of......

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Good vs Evil: Join the Activist Fan Club

Jess Parsons | June 14, 2013 | Celebrities

Read More: activist, animal abuse, chickens, factory farms, legislation, media, police, politicians, public

As my children get older, I have the perfect excuse to enjoy epic children's adventures - again, for Narnia or The Lord of the Rings or Star Wars - for the first time, with Harry Potter. In real life,......

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Normal Vegans: Are You For Real?

Jess Parsons | May 20, 2013 | Lifestyle

Read More: book, children, entertainment, healthy eating big picture, image, media, tradition, vegan dining

Voracious readers and voracious vegans, we have a real problem. Most books aren't written by vegans. So most stories will, without any warning, launch into lingering descriptions of animal-based meals. Food in Fiction Revisiting childhood favourites like the Narnia......

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I'm still vegan - Cravings, Health, and Satisfaction

Jess Parsons | March 6, 2013 | Health

Read More: animal abuse, Dr John Mcdougall, ethics, fast food, healthy eating big picture, juices, media, outreach, raw, vegan, weight control, weight gain

Oh dear. Another high-profile vegan goes public with her vegan failure.  Alex Jamieson is most famous as Morgan Spurlock's vegan girlfriend and inspiration in the iconic movie, Supersize Me. Ravings on Cravings I've heard plenty of much less famous......

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Beauty is skin deep? 10 reasons for no makeup

Jess Parsons | February 28, 2013 | Lifestyle

Read More: animal abuse, cosmetics, family, frugal, health, kids, Lani Muelrath, makeup, making money, media, vegan

This post is inspired by the popular Pinterest site, Don't Compare Yourself to Celebrities. "To sell beauty products, advertisers must constantly convince you to fix, update, or conceal something about your natural look. This sends the message that the......

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Life Hack - don't read the comments

Jess Parsons | January 24, 2013 | Lifestyle

Read More: activist, computers, debate, internet, media, reading, research, time suck

You can find anything on the internet these days. You don't have enough time to read all the expertly researched articles in your favourite hot and controversial topic. You probably go short of sleep and family time in the......

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Gun nut goes nuts...

Jess Parsons | January 9, 2013 | Lifestyle

Read More: activist, guns, media, violence

 So here's the video everyone loves to hate today... Piers Morgan interviews gun advocate and radio host Alex Jones. OK, so the guy lacks personal skills. (I mean the gun nut, not specifically Piers Morgan.) And I do not......