Anonymous asked: Rant time! Omnivores ALWAYS bitch about vegans and vegetarians trying to change their diet, but they're the ones who do it the most. I freakin' swear! I don't go around trying to change people's diets, but every time I tell an omnivore I'm vegetarian they get all defensive and throwing a ton of reasons why I should eat meat, I have health problems because I don't eat meat, and why won't I eat bacon, and blah blah blah SHUT UP AND LEAVE ME TO MY BEAUTIFUL AND DELICIOUS MEAT-FREE FOOD.
Those people are boring, just stare at them blankly until they feel awkward and walk away
Anonymous asked: There is vegan makeup and wearing fur and leather is just wrong and gross
Yeah yeah, i wouldn’t wear fur or leather either, but as previously discussed, there are extenuating circumstances like poverty which makes it reasonable to wear old clothes.
Anonymous asked: Hey! I recently went vegan & I'm kind of now realising that wearing animal products is wrong! Leather makeup etc. Am I doing veganism wrong if I wear animal products but refuse to eat them?
If you continue to buy new animal products to wear, I would not classify you as an ethical vegan. A dietary one, perhaps. And if you wear old items of clothing that is okay with me, but people disagree on that.
Anonymous asked: To the anon asking about clear skin: I'm 30, and dealt with adult acne for most of my 20s. I've been vegan for a little over a year now and for me it most definitely has made a difference. Dairy products are horrible for skin, especially if you're already prone to breakouts. My skin improved drastically within just a couple weeks of cutting dairy out of my diet.
Veganism wins another round.
Anonymous asked: Has going vegan cleared up your skin?
Yes, I think so, but I am also outside of my teenage years now and eat cleaner/healthier than before, so there’s too many variables to say for sure that it was cutting out animal products that is responsible.
Anonymous asked: I've been vegetarian for a decade and I want to go vegan. I have a pretty nasty soy intolerance though. You have any suggestions of where I could get protien from?
There are lots of sources besides soy :) Think beans, nuts, greens.