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Guest Blog Post Submissions

Disclaimer: The views & opinions expressed in any guest post featured on our site are those of the guest author and do not necessarily reflect the opinions & views of the Fins and Fluke Board of Directors, in part or as a whole.

We encourage guest posts on our site because we want to provide new perspectives and voices to our readers. To better standardize our guest posting requirements, we’ve created some quick guidelines for guest bloggers to follow.


  1. Well-written and high-quality original content with proper attribution of data, quotations, and other third-party content referenced in the article.
  1. No length requirements: posts should be as long as they need to be to be high quality and comprehensive. As a guideline posts should be no less than 800 words and no more than 2000.
  1. If you include images (a feature image is recommended) please include all images sources, so we can make sure we’re A-okay to use them.
  1. Please avoid self-promotion in the body of your article, save that for your author bio.
  1. You are responsible for ensuring that the submission does not violate copyrights or other proprietary rights.
  1. Fins and Fluke reserves the right to refuse to publish any post, or to remove published content at our discretion.


Being that Fins and Fluke is a marine conservation, anti-captivity, and environmental health organization the topics should coincide with our mission but are not limted to the topics listed below.

  1. Captivity, including but not limited to, Seaworld, Marineland, orcas, cetaceans, marine mammals, sharks.
  1. Coral Reefs, including but not limited to acidification, bleaching, destruction.
  1. Marine Life, including but not limited to biodiversity loss, overfishing, illegal fishing, shark finning, protection of aquatic species.
  1. Ocean Health, including but not limited to pollution, plastics, dead zones, mercury pollution, coastal pollution, habitat destruction, warming.
  1. Whaling,  including Taiji, whaling in the Southern Ocean, Icelandic whaling.
  1. Environmental, including but not limited to climate change, biodiversity loss, deforestation, water pollution, carbon footprint.
  1. “How To,” give advise on how individuals can reduce their impact on the oceans and environment.

 These are a short list of topics were are looking for, we are not limited to thesee topics alone. So if you have a great idea that aligns with our listed topics or something similar, then feel free to apply for a guest blog post!

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Alex Lewis-Dorer

Alex Lewis-Dorer is a 27 year old activist. Having watched The Cove during its initial release and learning about the capture practices and the dangers of captivity, she felt compelled to stand up and voice her concerns to others. Since then she has dedicated her time and energy to working towards educating others about ocean conversation. In 2012 Alex joined forces with Wendy Brunot to have a lone killer whale named Shouka, moved to an alternate marine park to be with other orcas. Following the news of a planned Beluga Whale import, Alex hosted a protest in Atlanta In July 2012 together with Free the Atlanta 11 and GARP which attracted significant attention to the issues behind such an initiative. Alex has also played a large part in being a strong voice against Marineland, Canada, holding a demo at the facility in May 2014 in honor of Kiska, Canada’s last captive whale. She has dedicated much of her time to bringing attention to Marineland’s suffering animals. She also voices her concerns over many other captive marine faculties and lends her hand on campaigns regarding this issue. Alex’s love is not limited to cetaceans – she sees the beauty in all marine life. She is excited to be part of the movement that will end captivity for all marine mammals. Alex is also a proud team member for Ric O’Barry’s Dolphin Project.

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