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Let’s Talk About Sex(ism) – Issue 8 Out Now

Cover image for issue eight of T.O.F.U.

The eighth issue of T.O.F.U. tackled the topic of sexism and veganism, and plenty of people gave their opinions, including Carol J. Adams. Along with that, issue 8's 100+ pages includes recipes, a New Jersey review, and more. Read more to find out where you can download it. Read More »

The ad deadline for issue seven is this week

Your ad here

With a little under a week left in the advertising deadline, I want to make sure I'm not missing a great vegan-friendly business for the new issue. Read More »

The T.O.F.U. Tour 2009 Redux

T.O.F.U. Tour 2009

A few years ago, I hit the road with Amanda Rogers and Mike Matta, now known as the Pleasants. In celebration of the release of issue #3, veganism and great music, we travelled from Saint John, New Brunswick across Canada and into the States. Read More »

Wear Amanda’s heart on your sleeve!

Vintage rock shirts

Spring is just around the corner, and what better way to celebrate then to clean out your closet? Well, if you're still stuck in the grips of winter, or you're like me and you actually have no closet to clean out, then maybe you can help someone else? Read More »

The Pleasants – Helpless (Neil Young cover)

The Pleasants in a mirror

I seem to be in a bit of a funk over the past couple days, and inspiration is not coming so quickly. Luckily, amidst all the news on Libya and other world events, I've also been coming across things like the video below. Read More »

The T.O.F.U. grant project

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Issue Four brings many changes to the magazine, and one of the best ones is the T.O.F.U. grant project. The aim of the project is for a large portion of an issue's advertising income to be presented to one recipient as a thank you for working to make the world a better place. We hope to eventually open the submissions up to recommendations from readers, but for now we ask that you show your support to the first recipient of the T.O.F.U. grant: The Pleasants. Read More »