Music Monday with The Sulkies

~ aga

Today is Music Monday, which means we have another vegan musician featured here for you! Today you are in for some queercore DIY pop music with anarchist lyrics that will inspire you to be free in everything you do!

Check out the Sulkies:

We are always happy to receive tips about vegan female or non-binary musicians. So if you heard someone good recently, let us know!

Music Monday with Perkie

~ aga

It’s Music Monday again, which means we are featuring vegan non-binary and female musicians on our blog! Today we have Perkie.

We particularly love Perkie’s song ‘Things that make us different’ from the Hunt Saboteurs Split.

Head over to Perkie’s bandcamp page where you can download the split. All money will be donated to the Norfolk/Suffolk Hunt Sabs. And, if you’re on facebook, give Perkie a like!

If you know of vegan non-binary person or womxn who makes music, please let us know, we would love to feature them on here! There music does not necessarily have to be animal themed.

Music Monday with Casey

by aga


We are launching Music Monday today!

Every Monday we will try to give a platform to a vegan non-binary or female musician. If you know anybody who falls under that category let us know!

We will start off with our very own Casey who sings and plays guitar about everything to do with liberation. They are an acoustic folky singer with a powerful voice and even more powerful messages. Their songs deal with animal exploitation and other kinds of oppression. They are fierce and speak their mind, so their songs might not always be safe for work but they will always give you that energy you need to face another day in world full of shitty people. In the end, Casey does always remind us that solidarity wins over hate, though!

Casey is about to record their first album, so stay tuned for more. If you want to hear what they have released so far or find out about gig dates and locations, keep in touch with Casey here:

Casey on Soundcloud          Casey on Bandcamp          Casey on Instagram

They are playing at Ely Festival and the totally vegan Kaos Skola Festival in Sweden (all Kaos Skola proceeds are going to two animal charities and a refugee organisation to buy tickets go to the festival website).

For much needed solidarity and love after Brexit we chose to share with you Casey’s brand new acoustic improv song about Xenophobia in the UK.

We hope you enjoy it and we are looking forward to your suggestions for future Music Monday features!


Film: Human Impacts

Noreen shared this beautiful piece with us, dealing with identity, speciesism, cruelty and love. You can also find Noreen’s poem, published in the second issue of our zine here.

The film is in German, but still worth watching for those who don’t understand the language.

Content warning: images of circus horses, a chicken farm and a meat aisle in the supermarket (not graphic/gory).




Art: Human Impacts – Zine Contribution by Noreen

Noreen made a film about Human Impacts. Here are some stills from the film accompanying a poem written by Noreen with the transcript below. You can find the original German audio-visual work by clicking here.

Content Warning: Speciesism.

Thank you Noreen for your contribution! ❤

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I look into the mirror.

I see a person.

Everybody likes this person.

Everybody except of me.

My mirror image is a stranger.

A girl with black hair.

A girl with rouged eyes.

A girl wit a painful

and longing look.


I have to be this person.

Everybody wants me to be this girl.

Everybody except of me.


I have the longing to be myself.

Be the person hiding behind the face.

Show everybody who I am

how I feel and what I feel.


You don’t understand me.

You can’t understand me.

You don’t even try.

I’m hated for being myself.

I’m not accepted for being different.


Where is your tolerance?

Your sympathy?


In our society we eat meat.

We eat animals.

Living beings.


That’s normal and normal is good.

Abuse them.

Kill them.

Eat them.


Humans destroy our environment.

The nature, our earth.

Humans hurt themselves.

They make war.


Humans behave intolerant.

Have no understanding for

different sentiments.


Why we do that?

Where is our compassion?


“I see a world, which is different.

A world giving love and not only take.

Where you can be how you are,

Without the fear to show who you are.


Understand – No you don’t have to.

And I don’t have to justify,

explain or defend myself somehow or other.


I don’t condemn you for ignorance.

So don’t condemn me, because my heart screams after a free world.”

I want Peace

Love for All.


Art: 3 Pieces by Casey

Content Warning: Mention of Sexism and Speciesism


This is from our first zine: Three pieces created by Casey (formally known as Lauren):

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(description coming soon)

Womxn are not Your Objects

This piece reads Women (spelled with an x where we would usually find an e) are not your objects. Under the text we find pencil drawings of different non-humans: A clam, a bird, a winged insect, a lobster, a sheep, a pig, a cow, a fish and a goat.

The World that Changed the Quotes

This is a piece that spells out famous feminist quotes and adds an anti-speciesist twist to them. (detailed description coming soon)

Thank you, Casey, for your contribution ❤


Art: The Exploited Women by Kaya

Content warning: mention of sexual violence.
Here is another piece of art from our first zine dealing with the connection between misogyny and speciesism. ‘The Exploited Womxn’ by Kaya.
Share it, print it, hang it on walls and lamp posts.
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The drawing shows to separate images of humans cuddling and sharing affection with cows. Surrounding these two images in writing are the following words:
The Exploited Women:
*stolen children
*sexual abuse
In all capitals at the bottom it reads: TOTAL LIBERATION.
Thank you Kaya for your contribution to this zine ❤
~ aga