A consideration of the concept of One Love in the wake of the Manchester terrorist attack at the MEN arena in May.
In this interview I speak with The Vegan Punk, an animal rights activist and hunt saboteur, who also runs a popular vegan blog and digital marketing company online. I talk to him about the history of the Hunt Saboteurs Association, as well as the potential of repeal of the Hunting Act under the Conservative government.
This interview looks at the reform of a man who was responsible for a violent crime. In the interview we hear the perpetrators side of the story and listen to a man who has come to understand not only the nature of his own violence, but that of the system that he entered into as a result. The same system that he assures he is now committed to working with to reform positively.
Time may just be the main commonality behind our motivation as a species to "have it all."
The Garden make Instagram styled-food an offline dining feast for the eyes! In my latest interview I chat to the two young and trendy entrepreneurs behind this successful and predominantly plant-based eatery.
A look into the world of induced guilt, which is oftentimes ironically heightened when an individual has made 'peace' with their morals as well as their mouths.
In this interview Australian born activist James Apsey talks to L.Mira about going voiceless for a year, getting tattooed for 24 hours straight, how he truly feels when he visits slaughterhouses and if he prefers the Scottish or English accent.
Are you a vegan? Do you judge all life as equal? Do you purport to not-judge others at the same time? Are these not judgements in themselves? In my latest article you will probably not find the answers to any of the above questions. You might, however, come to 'judge' yourself in a completely new light.
Why is detoxing the body before using plant medicines ayahusaca and huachuma a good idea?
This piece was originally written on September 15th 2016, three days before Suerte went missing in the city of Barcelona.