Disabled vegans Intersections Interviews

Geertrui Cazaux talked to Animal Culture Magazine (interview)

Honoured to be featured in the July 2019 edition of Animal Culture Magazine!


[ID: screenshot of page of interview. On top is photo of Geertrui, in pasture, sitting bent down, presenting snack to two grey/brow donkeys, brown donkey in the back]

I talked about my background, my activism, why I started this platform Crip HumAnimal.

The full interview is available HERE (with permission from Animal Culture Magazine, thanks!)

The first issues of Animal Culture Magazine was de dedicated to disabled animals, and is available for free online.

You can subscribe to Animal Culture Magazine here, to access the other issues:  https://www.patreon.com/AnimalCultureMagazine

Cover of the July 2019 issue of Animal Culture, with a close up photo of a black and white dog looking into the camera

Geertrui Cazaux (Trudi). Vegan. Gardener. Wife. Disabled. Writer. Activist. Caretaker. Ex-academic. °1970. Belgium. Vegetarian since mid '90's and vegan since 2010. My main motive has always been the ethical perspective, although I am also inspired by the environmental and health aspects. Writing about veganism, animal rights and ableism on Graswortels.org, Brugesvegan.com, and CripHumanimal.org

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