Rhys Southan is a freelance writer and former vegan. He has written for The New Inquiry, The New York Times and his own blog, Let Them Eat Meat, and is working on a book about the ethics of eating meat.
The first cut
Most American boys are circumcised as a matter of course. Now, many of them feel violated. Should the practice be banned?
Is it OK to make art?
If you express your creativity while other people go hungry, you’re probably not making the world a better place
Our genes and our culture tell us to live as long as possible – even when living is misery. Should we listen?
The vegans have landed
A dominant species is a dominant species. If you really care about animal rights, vegan ethics don't go far enough