The absolute irony of calling vegans “elitist” while simultaneously believing yourself to be so important that your taste preferences alone justify the exploitation and slaughter of thousands of other sentient beings.
This site is a cancerous percolating stew of dog guts. Examples:
-people who have convinced themselves that shoplifting $500 of makeup is justified
-people who think they’re literally dragons
-people who think white people should all die
-people who think obesity is healthy
-people who would kill each other over headcanons
-people who think meat-eaters are the creation of fucking lucifer
-“witches” who think reading about spells online and buying bath bombs is actual Paganism
-people who think eating disorders are fat-shaming
But the scariest thing is that all these people think that we must conform to their beliefs or we’re considered oppressive.
The biggest problem with this “vegans always have to tell you they’re vegan” insult is that it fails to acknowledge that veganism is more than just what we eat. There is an entire vegan subculture complete with our own literature, philosophy, forums, festivals, restaurants, support networks, social spaces, activist circles and even music. My veganism is as much a part of who I am as my class or where I am from. So why am I not allowed to even talk about it?