Asking a Loved One: “Are You Gonna Go Vegan?”

An exploration of ideas regarding what is ok to do to animals: exploring that concept with someone close to me whose view differ.

It can be difficult when developing ideals that are different from the ones you love. Especially when it comes to issues of oppression. Open communication is necessary in order to fully develop one’s own ideas about how the world should be, as well as to help others understand where you come from and why you hope they will change their actions for the better. This video recounts a lively conversation I had with someone close to me about going Vegan. Making this video helped me to recall important points made so that I can carry them with me in the future, I hope it might also help anyone who comes across this video to develop their ideas on the issue further.

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How to Do a Headstand in the Park!

The sister is working nights at the moment and was sleeping through the day today, so the boyfriend subbed in for the daily sisterhood fun. I took him to the park and taught him how to do a headstand. It was surprisingly successful! Here are some step-by-step instructions on how to do it yourself!


  1. Prepare by placing your head in interlaced fingers. Your hands should be prepared to support the back of your head while most of the actual weight will be on your fore-arms once you are in your headstand.
  2. Straighten your spine as much as possible, for some, straightening your spine completely and then slowly raising the legs using the strength of your abdomen is better for balance. This worked better for Sean and is shown in his photos at the bottom of the page. Others can straighten their spine at an angle from the neck and then kick up into a straight spine which is what I tend to do.
    Straightening your spine


  3.  Kick or raise the legs by synching the abdomen inward and balancing the weight onto your elbows. 

          Some pictures of the student’s attempts and eventual success

Ps. When you inevitably fall over in your first attempts, don’t forget to tuck in your head and roll!