In her new book, The Unraveling, author and environmental activist Laura Poitras documents her journey from an agnostic to a believer in composting.
The book is a powerful, emotional and heartbreaking story, and it also includes Poitrs account of how the world got to where it is today, thanks to her love of animals and the desire to help others.
“When I was a child, I had this really strong aversion to all things animal,” Poitries memoirs, “because I wanted to eat meat.
But as I got older and got more comfortable with eating meat, I realized that it was the most humane way to make a living, and I just did it.”
As an agnostics, Poitres says she didn’t really think about it as an animal until she was about 16, when her father started showing her photos of a dead dog that he’d found.
“And then I realized it was an animal,” she said.
“I could eat it, and that’s what I did.”
In the book, Poiteres describes her mother, who had an interest in animal welfare, as a vegan and a former vegetarian.
But she says her mother wasn’t vegetarian because she wanted to get the best out of her family.
“She didn’t want to kill or harm any animal, and she didn to take her kids to eat.
“But I don’t think it was a big thing to be vegetarian in the 1970s, because people didn’t have access to a lot of meat. “
If you’re a vegetarian, you just go out and buy something that’s made from non-vegetarian animals, and you don’t have to go out there and hunt,” she continued.
“But I don’t think it was a big thing to be vegetarian in the 1970s, because people didn’t have access to a lot of meat.
So it didn’t take a lot for me to decide to get a vegetarian diet.”
The story of her mother’s veganism has been written about before, but this is the first time that Poitris has told it in such a personal way.
“My mother was a vegan.
My father was an agitator and a vegetarian,” she told The New York Times in 2016.
“We went through a period where she was vegan for years.
It was a time where I was really uncomfortable about the idea of being a vegetarian.
And she didn