Obviously, this can mean that a huge number of potential partners are thrown into the bin of “nah” automatically!I, personally, use Plenty Of Fish and message someone every six months or so – such are the restrictions of veganism (and being too tight to pay to find love) and I have recently signed up to Grazer.The first law of Vegan Fight Club is that “vegan shall talk about it to everyone, everywhere – ever!” There are so many vegan groups on Facebook, and dating is a subject that comes up again and again and again and again… Should people who become vegan while in a relationship finish that relationship? The human brain is a complex thing, it falls in and out of love more often than a Bon Jovi song called “In And Out Of Love” and it doesn’t always adhere to the rules of the vegan heart. The dating game has changed beyond all recognition over the last 10 years.
I, and many other vegans, eat too much processed food – because it’s available.However, social media also promote laziness – anyone can share a petition, comment on a story or fire off an email – getting out and demonstrating, or doing direct action seems less, well, popular these days.That’s probably because electronic protest is so easy, or maybe it isn’t seen a socially acceptable – I’m not sure why.Most restaurants have vegan options and veganism is talked about in the national press.
Even farmers have been complaining about plant milk being called “milk” – because they see the rise in its popularity as a threat to the declining dairy industry.Supermarkets are driven by demand – and social media gives a medium to voice such demands – so, the rise in veganism can, I believe, be the reason supermarkets are catering for us.