Continuing to focus on intersectionality, the eighth issue of T.O.F.U. tackles the relationship between the oppression of animals and the oppression of women through articles on the use of sex in animal rights campaigns, the targeting of men as the key demographic for such campaigns, and more. In addition, an in-depth interview with Carol J. Adams, the author of the Sexual Politics of Meat, connects current efforts with those of the past and offers insight on what we need to do for the future.
Of course, that's not all the issue contains! There are also DIY articles on starting vegan businesses, a review of Northern New Jersey, plenty of recipes, and more.
Finally, for the first time, a special bundle is available that includes the newest album from T.O.F.U.'s Creative Director, Amanda Rogers. Her ninth solo album, Wild, has been a favourite of mine since it was released, and I'm happy to offer it to you. Amanda has been involved with T.O.F.U. since we decided to jump in a van together to travel across North America for the release of issue three, and her creative output continues to amaze me, both through music and the pages of T.O.F.U.
100+ pages, full colour.
Suggested price: $5
T.O.F.U. #8 + Wild
19 tracks in high quality mp3 (192kbps) format with album artwork and a related press release.
Minimum price: $8
Suggested price: $14
Available as a digital download only.
Note: As the download is in zip format, this item is not recommended for use with an iPad, iPhone, or other nifty device that has its own store. Sadly, being listed in such places isn't as simple as one would hope.
However, if you really want to read it on such a device, it can be done (with some effort). Such programs as iZip (available as a free app) can open zip files once downloaded, and from there you should be able to view the PDF file. There are no guarantees that this will work, but some folks have had positive results.