Although I was vegan before becoming a mother, the entire basis of the dairy industry became particularly disturbing to me after I had my first child. Pregnancy and labour are hard, both mentally and physically. It takes months, even years ... Read Article
I became a vegan several years before my adopted son came along, but when we started connecting with breast milk donors once he was born, my dislike of the dairy industry became an abhorrence. The pain, work and time put into supplying my ... Read Article
When I became pregnant with my son, Noah, I initially planned to breastfeed for no longer than six months. In my naivety, I assumed I would pump and freeze enough milk for him to last through his first year of life. At the time, I had no ... Read Article
Female cows in the dairy industry are treated as nothing more than baby- and milk-making machines— with no regard for their emotional lives. If they were allowed to fulfill their role as mothers, they would spend months teaching and ... Read Article
"For the past 19 months, I have been immersed in the sacred experience of breastfeeding my son. There is not a day that goes by that I am not aware of how lucky I am. That my body has responded to the birth of my child exactly as nature ... Read Article
I am a Mother Against Dairy because a mother should never exploit the motherhood of another, or separate another mother from her child. No one at all should do this, but as a mother I especially object.
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