This is me:Anne E. McGuigan

This is me:
Anne E. McGuigan


This website, Vegan Grammie Annie will help you to identify and  dispel the myths surrounding our long held meat eating culture and traditions. If you are not vegan and feel curious,  fearful or even defensive about the ethical choices people are continuing to make about being and living vegan, you will find some insightful information about what being vegan really means in today’s society.

If you are already vegan, you will  be able to fine tune, with kindness and compassion, your commitment to living joyously as a vegan in a non-vegan world.

Dialogues about health and the food we eat, advocacy, families of all species, the environment, the nonhuman animal industry and the importance of language will reflect the belief that clarity, not condemnation paves the road to a Vegan World. Living life in harmony with and respect for all the beings on this earth is a journey of discovery open to all! You are invited to join in!

May all beings be happy and free.

Anne

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Speciesism, Anthropocentrism and Animal Rights Vigils

Vigil Aug 22 01

 

Speciesism,  as I understand it, shares similarities with  anthropocentrism,   the definition of which is explained by Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson in his book,  “When Elephants Weep:The Emotional Lives of Animals”

Anthropocentrism treats animals as  inferior forms of people and denies what they really are. It reflects a passionate wish to differentiate ourselves from animals, to make animals other, presumably in order to maintain humans at the top of the evolutionary hierarchy and the food chain. The notion that animals are …