Natural Blonde.

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Natural Blonde. Collaged over 3 cups of coffee and season 4 of Sex & the City.


This Post Isn’t About Gumballs.


This post isn’t about gumballs, but how much fun was my mini-series last week? It was incredibly satisfying to make something that people liked. I think I was born to love and create. 

I’m finding that all I want to talk about lately is books and vegetables and I’m actually not sorry about that at all. This excerpt from the book Eating Animals stuck with me, I think it contains something big and important.

“Why is taste, the crudest of our senses, exempted from the ethical rules that govern our other senses? If you stop to think about it, it’s crazy. Why doesn’t a horny person have as strong a claim to raping an animal as a hungry one does to killing and eating it? And how would you judge an artist who mutilated animals in a gallery because it was visually arresting? How riveting would the sound of a tortured animal need to be to make you want to hear it that badly? Try to imagine any end other than taste for which it would be justifiable to do what we do to farm animals.”

I get that it’s graphic and bold- but it holds a lot of validity. As humans we tend to put our blinders on to the ugly stuff and I’ve been inspired to take mine off. I’ve coasted through the last 9 months of vegetarianism with the mindset of  “I don’t want to push my views on anyone,” but the more I learn, the more I actually do.

 If you’re having a hard time relating, check out this recipe for sautéed dog meat. What do you feel? I’m genuinely curious.

PS: reasons people choose vegetarianism and
the problems with factory farming.

Happy Tuesday, xxo.