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  2. betweenkittensnriots:

    The Purity Myth Official Trailer #1 (2011) HD

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  4. redefiningfood:

    I intended to make a burrito, but then there was too much awesome filling: The Most Delicious Vegan Soft Tacos

    Featuring chilli beans and mushroom filling, avocado, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, bell peppers, baby greens and mango salsa (with option roasted eggplant topping) on a grilled whole wheat soft taco. Honestly I ate it and felt guilty because it tasted so good and nothing this healthy should taste this good. No, really - I pride myself on my willpower, and I still wasn’t able to stop at one, or even two. For the recipe, click the Read More. 

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    (via veganfoody)

     

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  6. gigieatsvegan:

    brown rice with sautéed bok choy, mushrooms, and tomatoes // also reminiscing and looking through the first health book I ever read. Eat To Live by Dr. Joel Fuhrman. I instantly stopped eating meat and looked at good in an entirely new way. for anyone currently eating meat, dairy, processed foods, etc and wants to transition to a healthier diet that isn’t too extreme in the beginning I recommend this book

     

  7. gigieatsvegan:

    💥 damn, was this good! inspired by love/obsession for bibimbap (and wanting to make a healthier version) // brown rice, raw grape tomatoes, baked plain tofu, raw radishes, sautéed bok choy, and cracked pepper

     

  8. gigieatsvegan:

    the moment you realize you’re about to go to a BBQ and there’s probably not going to be much for you to eat there #veganproblems // so I whipped up a huge salad to eat beforehand. spring mix lettuce, zucchini noodles, grape tomatoes, purple cabbage, mango, and no-salt tomato sauce 🍴

     

  9. gigieatsvegan:

    Whole Foods meals are the best meals // glazed n grilled tofu surrounded by cauliflower, onions, bell peppers, basil, tomatoes + a veggie sushi roll (brown rice, carrots, romaine lettuce, red bell pepper, cucumber) (at Whole Foods Market Old Town)

     

  10. punned:

    huffingtonpost:

    People have offered many potential explanations for this discrepancy, but this ad highlights the importance of the social cues that push girls away from math and science in their earliest childhood years.

    Watch the powerful Verizon advertisement to really understand what a little girl hears when you tell her she’s pretty.

    this really means a lot to me.

    (Source: youtube.com, via youngwomensforum)

     


  11. "As terms like womanism, intersectionality, and women of color enter the mainstream, it is important to remember that they do not exist in a vacuum. They were created by Black women to address the ways in which we feel excluded from mainstream feminism. Kimberle Crenshaw, Patricia Hill Collins, Loretta Ross, Audre Lorde, and bell hooks are more than names to pluck convenient quotes from when it suits you. They are Black feminists, and they are part of a long tradition that can be traced back to Ida B. Wells-Barnett and beyond. So when your idea of feminism in 2013 harkens back to the racist, sexist rhetoric thrown at Wells-Barnett by Susan B. Anthony and Frances Willard, then what kind of movement are you trying to build? If your definition of feminism is rooted in Mammy myths, what can be built with you? Are you fighting for equality for all, or your right to be equal in oppressing Black women?"
     

  12. gigieatsvegan:

    zooOooOoodles, I love you. today’s lunch was mesclun spring salad mix, zucchini noodles, peas, cherry tomatoes, mango, and fresh basil // a spiralizer was one of my best purchases. especially in this summer heat, I’m always up for a huge salad with zoodles mixed in

    (via v-eggan)

     


  13. Here’s a friendly reminder:

    caffeinatedfeminist:

    -You cannot be sexist toward men. Sexism is based on a system of oppression. You CAN be discriminatory, rude, inconsiderate, and/or prejudiced against men but you CANNOT be sexist toward them.

    -You cannot be racist towards white people. Racism is based on a system of oppression. You CAN be discriminatory, rude, inconsiderate, and/or prejudiced against white people but you CANNOT be racist toward them.

    This is not difficult.

    (via rapunzelie)

     

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