By the by I voted vegan.
It is hard to fit totally into one category sometimes. for me, I'll sometimes eat honey.. Which isn't technically vegan but, one does what one does. The rest of my life is as vegan as it can get - and of course we are all learning all the time, and there are so many of those darned words you need to memorize, so I'm not perfect or anything.
I strive to be as vegan in everything as possible. I've had no dairy or meat in almost two years (march 20!) and I'm very adamant about that because when I've accidentally had any, it's made me more physically ill than I've ever been in my memory.
I don't wear leather (creeps me out, makes me feel surrounded by death, as it were), wool, etc, nor do I use products with lanolin and other stuffs in there.
It really sucks that there aren't more cosmetic alternatives - anything that is not tested on animals seems to have some sort of animal product like lanolin in it! It's not fair. *pout*
Anywho to each their own in regards to this topic. If you're lacto-ovo (with or without 'rules') - you're doing more than the average person likely is and get the thumbs up from me.
Sure I wish everone was vegan but that's not reality and I am really happy when people do ANYTHING beyond the normal capacity, whether it's with diet, helping animals, the environment, etc., in any way.
...Though I refuse to accept the idea of pesco/pollo vegetarians... Animal flesh is animal flesh.... but either way.. do what you do! I'm not trying to put anyone down.. just saying that I refuse to use those terms.. cos a vegetarian doesn't eat animal flesh... that's just the way it is for me... but keep up doing what you're doing, every little bit helps :>