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T.O.F.U. #13 | Issue Preview

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Curious to see what the new issue looks like before you head to the online store to download it? Well, you're in luck! Check out the first three articles in this online preview. Read More »

T.O.F.U. #13 | Cover Reveal

Although some visual elements of the new issue are still being finalized, the cover has been done for a little while now. With that in mind, I'm happy to finally share it with you! Read More »

WAIW | I Messed Up

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With the suggested release date having passed last week without a new issue, I decided to take this episode of my Where Am I Wednesday series to explain just why the issue focused on disordered eating and veganism has yet to be released. Read More »

WAIW | White Veganism Lacks True Compassion

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Whether it's transphobia, sexism, fat shaming, or some other rather obvious form of oppression being done in the name of veganism, white veganism is guilty of ignoring or promoting far too many problematic things that go beyond non-human animals. Sadly, I'm not sure how to effectively convince people to do otherwise. Read More »

T.O.F.U. Questions | What is T.O.F.U.?

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After a rather lengthy series of discussions on a Facebook post, which involved at least a few people surprised that a vegan magazine would even weigh-in on the topic of transphobia, I decided to make the next T.O.F.U. Questions episode just to address what it is that people can expect from T.O.F.U. Magazine.  Read More »

Review | Veganism in an Oppressive World

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Mainstream veganism has plenty of problems, and T.O.F.U. has focused on many of them over the years. Of course, the magazine isn't the only place to find critical views of our movement, and Anuj Sharma wants you to know why the latest from Sanctuary Publishers does a great job of adding to the conversation. Read More »