Gary Smith

About Gary Smith

Gary Smith is co-owner of Evolotus PR, a public relations agency working for a better world. Evolotus specializes in animal rights nonprofits and campaigns, documentary films, books, vegan foods and products, and other socially beneficial companies.

Gary has written about vegan and animal rights issues for Elephant Journal, Jewish Journal, Mother Nature Network, and other publications. His wife Kezia Jauron is a frequent contributor to The Thinking Vegan, as well as co-owner of Evolotus PR. They live in Sherman Oaks, CA with their cat Chloë and two beagles rescued from an animal testing laboratory, Frederick and Douglass.

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Quotes By Gary Smith

We cannot promote a just society while billions of nonhuman persons are being exploited for reasons that are wholly unnecessary.

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The antidote to speciesism is veganism.

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Being vegan is offensive to people who eat animals. When people meet vegans, they become aware in that moment that they eat animals. Rarely do they have to confront this truth. People become uncomfortable and place the feeling on the vegan. Their own sense of mercy and compassion arises and makes them uneasy. Mercy asks of you to abstain from this cruelty.

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150 years ago, they would have thought you were absurd if you advocated for the end of slavery. 100 years ago, they would have laughed at you for suggesting that women should have the right to vote. 50 years ago, they would object to the idea of African Americans receiving equal rights under the law. 25 years ago they would have called you a pervert if you advocated for gay rights. They laugh at us now for suggesting that animal slavery be ended. Some day they won't be laughing.

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How You Can Help

1 Follow

The success of this project depends on you sharing the artwork we create. If you can, follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest (we need to do more on Pinterest!) and you'll find out as soon as we add new poster designs and new quotations from the world's greater thinkers.

2 Share

Then don't forget to share anything you like on your favourite social networks. The more people that see what's being said, the better.

Let's push the message further out there.

3 Print

Print, print and print out what you like. Add one to that space on the noticeboard at work. How about that billboard on the way to the café? If there's room and it's legal, print out a few posters and tape them to boards, lamp posts and bus shelters.

4 Give

Got a friend's birthday coming up? Or just want to treat your sister? It's pretty cost effective to print out your favourite posters (even at a professional printers), throw it in a suitable frame and wrap it up - gift sorted!

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Where do I get my protein? I get my protein from where your protein gets its protein.

Catherine Gill