Thanksgiving can be intimidating for new and existing vegans. Leave it to this guide to help you navigate a Vegan Thanksgiving like a pro! Now that's something to be thankful for!
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Want to know how to go vegan with unsupportive parents or guardians? Do you want to stop eating animals but don't have your family's support?
Why do vegans flip out at the slightest provocation? Why are we so sensitive and quick to jump down people's throats? Why do we have to be so annoying and self-righteous?
Being around family during the holidays can be challenging, regardless of your dietary inclination. For vegans with non-vegan family and friends, these social events can be made all the more challenging.
Learning how to talk about veganism is often more challenging than going vegan. How do you talk to non-vegans about important issues in an approachable way? How do you help people make the connection?
Today we talk about how to deal with non-vegan food temptations as well as how to deal with concerned or unsupportive parents when going vegan at an early age. Plus, you get a fantastically awkward bonus at the end of the video.
Today’s Q&A covers topics like the vegan stance on euthanizing companion animals, how to deal with the difficulty of family and friends who continue to eat animals, some questions about me, and more!
A ridiculous showcase of over-the-top and extreme vegan conversion tactics. Vegans can be quite passionate about our beliefs and really [I mean REALLY] want everyone around us to get it too. This can sometimes translate into almost comically bizarre behavior.
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