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I Used to Be Part of an Angry Vegan Mob

I learned my lesson. I switched to consistently complimentary, compassionate communication.

Some crow flocks will ‘mob’ other birds. Cuter than me when I mobbed. Photo: Jesse van Vliet via Unsplash

One day when I was scrolling through Facebook, my mouth hung open. Someone I admired was quoting me! That sounds like a good thing, but it wasn’t. These were not-so-nice words. Words I didn’t think people would ever see. Now, my verbal insults…




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Phoenix Huber

Phoenix Huber

Trans girl. Beyond-human ally. I unite with members of my species for all sentient beings. Free hug: uberpath@gmail. Feed me: Ko-fi.com/phxhu

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