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  • Jun
  • 28

What Will You Do If You See a Dog in a Hot Car This Summer?

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Picture this: It’s a warm summer day, and you’re on your way to a wedding. You’ve left yourself just enough time to stop at the mall to pick up a last-minute gift. But as you’re power-walking to the nearest entrance, you hear a stomach-turning sound: the muffled, frantic barks of a dog trapped inside a […]


  • Jun
  • 22

The Fashion of the Future Is Here, and It’s Made of Cork

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Most Prime readers probably already know that there’s nothing animal- or eco-friendly about leather. Buying leather bags, belts, jackets, or wallets means subjecting cows and other animals to the horrors of factory farms and slaughterhouses. And just like fur, leather is loaded with toxic chemicals to keep it from decomposing in the buyer’s closet. Who […]


  • Jun
  • 20

Are Meat-Eaters Selfish?

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According to a study by an international team of researchers, your thoughts about marriage equality and racial justice could be linked to your affinity for steaks and sausages. In other words, if the idea of killing another living being for dinner doesn’t leave a bad taste in your mouth, then you’re probably not too bothered […]


  • May
  • 25

John Joseph: Plant-Based, Punk, and Primed for Action

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By day, Meat Is for Pussies author John Joseph bikes, runs, and swims, training for the grueling Ironman triathlons that he started competing in four years ago, at the age of 49. By night, he performs equally grueling high-energy live sets with his legendary hard-core punk band, the Cro-Mags. How does this 53-year-old modern-day Renaissance […]


  • May
  • 24

Drop the Flyswatter: Insects Are Conscious

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To squish or not to squish? For PETA members and other kind people who diligently catch insects and spiders in cups or humane bug catchers and gently escort them outside, this isn’t even a question. But for others, a new study suggesting that insects are conscious beings means that the ethics of indiscriminately killing them […]


  • Apr
  • 14

Practice Radical Compassion: Be Kind to Cockroaches

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For several days earlier this month—which happens to be National Pest Management Month, according to the National Pest Management Association—I lived with an alarmingly large cockroach inside my utility room. I first noticed her on a Sunday afternoon on the wall by the door, just out of arm’s reach. She stayed in the same vicinity […]


  • Mar
  • 29

Deal Kindly With Uninvited Houseguests

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Early this morning, I was awakened by a sound that no homeowner wants to hear: chewing. Something, or rather someone, was in the attic, noisily munching away. Although it can be unsettling to realize that you’re sharing your home with a family of squirrels or mice, we can’t really blame these animals for seeking shelter […]


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