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I've been a vegetarian for the past 9 years, and it's definitely been a struggle for me. The act of being a vegetarian in itself hasn't been hard, but I've lived in a tiny redneck town my whole life. Most of my friends hunt, my family eats meat, etc. etc. I've known very few TRUE veg*ns in my life (as in, people who stick to it and don't just claim to be veg*n for show), so I feel like I rarely have anyone to relate to on veg*n issues.<br><br>
So basically that's what brings me here! You all seem like a lovely community of people. While I love lurking the posts and simply reading what others have to say, I'd like to ask you all a couple questions. It would really help me out a lot, as I feel a bit conflicted about a few of these questions lately. I promise, I won't harass you or debate any of your answers if I disagree. I'm not looking to attack anybody. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/smiley.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":)"> This post is simply for.. I guess survey purposes? Haha. Mostly I'm looking forward to gaining different perspectives of other vegetarians.<br><br>
Also, I'm sure there are separate posts on each of these questions (quite a few of which I've already read) but I kind of wanted to summarize it all in one place I guess.<br><br>
I'll post my answers to the questions later in a separate post. :p<br><br>
1. Why are you vegetarian?<br>
2. Why AREN'T you vegan? Have you considered it?<br>
3. Do you kill bugs?<br>
4. Do you buy animal-friendly/veg*n-friendly products?<br>
5. Do you wear any animal products including shoes?<br>
6. How do you deal with eating at other people's homes? Have you ever dined with a hunter or someone who feels very strongly about eating meat? How did it go?<br><br>
I think that's good for now. Thanks in advance <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/smiley.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":)">
 

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1. Why are you vegetarian?<br>
I felt bad for animals an it kinda started to gross me out<br><br>
2. Why AREN'T you vegan? Have you considered it?<br>
Working towards it for some day, only been vegetarian for like 8 months, pescatarian for 6 months before that.<br><br>
3. Do you kill bugs?<br>
Ya<br><br>
4. Do you buy animal-friendly/veg*n-friendly products?<br>
Yup<br><br>
5. Do you wear any animal products including shoes?<br>
Nope<br><br>
6. How do you deal with eating at other people's homes? Have you ever dined with a hunter or someone who feels very strongly about eating meat? How did it go?<br>
I often feel left out as everyone i know eats meat, obviously i don't wish i would eat meat, i just wish they wouldn't lol. Mainly it's all been with my family and they are either supportive or just nothing, either way they don't try to discourage me so it's been pretty fine.
 

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Thanks for your reply! Yeah, my family is supportive, and they're never mean or anything, but I also wish they didn't eat meat. :p
 

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<b>1. Why are you vegetarian?</b><br>
The idea of eating another creature's flesh is rather repulsive. To me, eating a cow or a chicken is really no different than if someone wanted to eat my cat, which is so not okay. I also feel that the practices used in the meat/etc. industries are inhumane and I can't knowingly support something like that.<br><br><b>2. Why AREN'T you vegan? Have you considered it?</b><br>
I'm not currently a vegan, but am making steps towards it at my own pace and completely plan on becoming one someday soon. Until recently (after being vegetarian for 8 years) I had never really considered veganism a logical option for me, but the more I learn about where the milk/dairy/eggs/etc. I use come from, the more I feel it's the right choice for me. I've already eliminated eggs from my diet completely, and don't drink milk outside of baked goods. Cheese I only have while eating out.<br><br><b>3. Do you kill bugs?</b><br>
Mosquitoes any any sort of health/house-threatening bugs, yes, because I'm not about to have my house infested or catch a crazy disease if I can avoid it. Anything else I either leave alone or pick up and take outside.<br><br><b>4. Do you buy animal-friendly/veg*n-friendly products?</b><br>
Yes.<br><br><b>5. Do you wear any animal products including shoes?</b><br>
I have a wool coat from before I took the initiative to learn about animal cruelty beyond just the meat industry. I'm of the opinion that for now, I'll still wear it until it wears out. Pointless to throw out something I already have, as that'd make it even more wasteful.<br><b><br>
6. How do you deal with eating at other people's homes? Have you ever dined with a hunter or someone who feels very strongly about eating meat? How did it go?</b><br>
While eating at other people's homes, I follow the same diet as I do at my home. I dine with hunters all the time, as all my uncles hunt and so does my best friend's fiance, and I hang out at their apartment all the time. The worst anyone ever does is say that I'm missing out, without bacon in my life, no one really cares what I eat/don't eat. Also, my boyfriend is an omnivore and is very much so a meat and potatoes kind of man. He's supportive of whatever I choose to eat/not eat though, and is more than capable of cooking for himself. So when we move in together, I'm not really too concerned about having issues with conflicting diets. Yeah, it'd be awesome if he was veg*n too so we could cook together, but I will never in my life get him to eat a vegetable, so I make do.
 

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My boyfriend is the same way :p It's funny, my answers all pretty much match up with yours, haha. I'm taking the same steps to becoming a vegan, and I have a previously purchased wool coat as well.
 

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Are vegetarian vegans allowed to answer or are you just looking for lacto-ovos? <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/smiley.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":)">
 

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<blockquote></blockquote><b>1. Why are you vegetarian?</b><br>
Initially I became vegetarian for enviromental and health reasons.<br><br><b>2. Why AREN'T you vegan? Have you considered it?</b><br>
I have and am making small changes that may possibly lead to veganism in the future.<br><br><b>3. Do you kill bugs?</b><br>
Only when I believe there is no alternative.<br><br><b>4. Do you buy animal-friendly/veg*n-friendly products?</b><br>
Yes.<br><br><b>5. Do you wear any animal products including shoes?</b><br>
I have a leather belt, bag and a pair of shoes that I purchased before becoming veg*n. All new purchases are consciously veg*n.<br><br><b>6. How do you deal with eating at other people's homes? Have you ever dined with a hunter or someone who feels very strongly about eating meat? How did it go?</b><br>
I don't know any hunters so I can't answer that specifically but I find that the people with whom I chose to break bread with are understanding of my choices. If they were not I doubt that we would be in a position to eat together.<br>
 

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<b>1. Why are you vegetarian?<br>
For the animals and the environment.<br><br>
2. Why AREN'T you vegan? Have you considered it?<br>
I have considered it, but where I live, it's hard enough<br>
being a vegetarian never mind vegan. But I do admire them.<br><br>
3. Do you kill bugs?<br>
Not if I can help it. I try to put them outside when possible.<br><br>
4. Do you buy animal-friendly/veg*n-friendly products?<br>
Yes<br><br>
5. Do you wear any animal products including shoes?<br>
I wear leather shoes and some clothes from animals.<br><br>
6. How do you deal with eating at other people's homes? Have you ever dined with a hunter or someone who feels very strongly about eating meat? How did it go?</b><br><b>I usually feel very different when dining with others. I am the only veg*an I know<br>
personally. I have dined with former hunters and my practically carnivore<br>
brother, and although he goes on about meat, I try to ignore it.</b> <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/rolleyes.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":rolleyes:">
 

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Why are you vegetarian?<br>
I just never liked the idea of eating meat, cant believe it took me so long to give it up completely think it was because I was brainwashed that I can not be healthy without eating meat.<br><br>
2. Why AREN'T you vegan? Have you considered it?<br>
I have considered it long and hard but due to my history with Orthorexia I would which let to an eating disorder I dont think it would be wise to go VEGAN, but I am a very strict vegetarian and would stay that way forever.<br><br>
3. Do you kill bugs?<br>
If they are going to harm me, I will harm them first but otherwise will do my best to help them esp gheckos which I adore and try to safe from my cat.<br><br>
4. Do you buy animal-friendly/veg*n-friendly products?<br>
Yes<br><br>
5. Do you wear any animal products including shoes?<br>
I do not wear leather. I do however think some of my clothes are from wool.<br><br>
6. How do you deal with eating at other people's homes? Have you ever dined with a hunter or someone who feels very strongly about eating meat? How did it go?<br>
I usually are accommodated at friends homes when I go there as they respect my decision and I am not the only vegetarian in the friends group. I try not to focus on the meat when its being eaten around me by the meat-eaters Its their decision to eat it so I find peace in that. In my family there is a lot of hunters, luckily I dont really see them often. They just think I am the weird one .. but then again different is not always weird. Sometimes people need to learn to think out of the box.
 

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ps . sorry for all the grammer and spelling mistakes just typed and send without reading first. Hope you guys can understand it.
 

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1. Why are you vegetarian?<br><b>Ethical reasons. I wouldn't be able to eat my beautiful cats. Why should it be okay for me to eat other animals?</b><br><br>
2. Why AREN'T you vegan? Have you considered it?<br><b>Just became Vegetarian 6 months ago. And at the age of 17 and living at home to an extremely resistant family I don't think it can work at the moment. I plan on it once I move out, or if anything changes before then.</b><br><br>
3. Do you kill bugs?<br><b>Rarely. Most recently a spider was crawling on my leg and I without thinking, smacked it. I panicked too hard.</b><br><br>
4. Do you buy animal-friendly/veg*n-friendly products?<br><b>I do my best.</b><br><br>
5. Do you wear any animal products including shoes?<br><b>I have a few leather belts and a wallet from when I was omni. I won't buy any new items though.</b><br><br>
6. How do you deal with eating at other people's homes? Have you ever dined with a hunter or someone who feels very strongly about eating meat? How did it go?<br><b>Really the only place I dine frequently at is my great aunt and her kids (30+ years). She isn't much of a meat-eater and 2 of her 4 kids are vegetarian so it's extremely easy.</b>
 

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<div class="quote-block">Originally Posted by <strong>Identity_thief</strong> <a href="/forum/post/2954973"><img alt="View Post" class="inlineimg" src="/img/forum/go_quote.gif" style=""></a><br><br>
Are vegetarian vegans allowed to answer or are you just looking for lacto-ovos? <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/smiley.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":)"></div>
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Vegans can definitely answer <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/smiley.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":)"> For number 2, just answer "Why are you vegan?" instead. I'd love to hear answers from everybody!<br><br>
Thank you all so much, this helps so me out so much. I'm enjoying reading the variety of answers. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/smiley.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":)"> Keep them coming!<br><br>
And don't worry, kasandra, I understood just fine!
 

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1. Why are you vegetarian?<br><br>
I am vegan but I saw I could answer so I will <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/smiley.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":)"> Its above all else for ethical reasons but I am a huge health nut too. I didn't used to be, I started as your french fry and soda vegan because I didn't wake up that morning knowing Id be going to bed vegan (I was shocked into it) and then college didn't exactly help out my eating, I drank a lot of vegan booze. After my first baby though I decided to give a damn and I found out that being a healthy vegan was even better.<br><br>
2. Why AREN'T you vegan? Have you considered it?<br><br>
I am <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/smiley.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":)"> For a very short period during the last 11-12 years I went back to eating cheese here and there and it made me feel horrible emotionally and physically. It was out of pure laziness and selfishness. After rededicating myself I have never felt better or more determined.<br><br>
3. Do you kill bugs?<br><br>
I try not too but I really freaking hate them. My husband brings them outside. If hes not home I will literally just leave the room. I once did not pee for 6 hours while pregnant (thats really not easy) because there was a spider in the bathroom. I simply shut the door and put a towel in the space so he could be captured and taken outside.<br><br>
4. Do you buy animal-friendly/veg*n-friendly products?<br><br>
Yes <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/smiley.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":)"> If its not its because I made a mistake or I honestly did not know.<br><br>
5. Do you wear any animal products including shoes?<br><br>
Someone gave me a pair of boxing gloves as a gift. No returning them and I needed new gloves, I figured it would be more wasteful to throw them away. They skive me out though. Plus I really dont like pink LOL<br><br>
6. How do you deal with eating at other people's homes? Have you ever dined with a hunter or someone who feels very strongly about eating meat? How did it go?<br><br>
So I have 2 different families AND inlaws. I was adopted at birth and met my bio family after I turned 21. My parents (adoptive) the ones who raised me are omni but the best. My mom never blinked an eye when I said I was vegan and then my sis soon followed. My dad will actually order a pasta dish when we dine out if my sis and I are both there! No issues with them.<br>
My biological family is a bunch a redneck hunters. I came home to find venison frozen in a bag on my front door this past winter. OMG. We no longer speak due to other reasons but my bio mom gave me a hard time every time she opened her mouth. I had never seen this type of behavior before because my real family was so awesome. I just ignored her because I am past the point in my life of trying to argue with adults who only want to argue. Shes never going to change so I may as well save my point of view for someone who has a chance.<br>
My in laws are OK. MIL is going through menopause so every day is different, she has some rough moments. They live back home in NY so we rarely see them. MIL tries though and she likes to eat healthy so there is always pasta and veggies if need be. I usually make something to take along, especially if we are at my parents house first.<br>
Other than that I usually just bring something with me and ignore anything negative.
 

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<img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/grin.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":D"> yay I love a good survey!<br><br>
1. Why are you vegetarian?<br><br>
Because I think it's morally wrong to cause more suffering than nessersairy in our lives to others, and I think eating animals causes a great deal unnessersairy suffering, cruelty and abuse.<br><br>
2. Why AREN'T you vegan? Have you considered it?<br><br>
I am vegan, and it's for the same reasons as above really. I didn't feel it was consistant with what I believed in to eat dairy in particular, and also all other animal products.<br><br>
3. Do you kill bugs?<br><br>
No, but then I don't need to. I've never had an infestation, I move individual woodlice, spiders, wasps and flies and whatever else finds it's way in my home by trapping them and taking them outside. If an insect posed a genuine threat to my health or life I would kill it. Although that said, there were lots of fire ants which we were told to kill if we saw, but I never did. They were never on me or anything and it just felt heartless.<br><br>
4. Do you buy animal-friendly/veg*n-friendly products?<br><br>
Yes, I try to buy everything animal product free and not tested on animals.<br><br>
5. Do you wear any animal products including shoes?<br><br>
I do wear shoes! I don't buy animal products, I do still have some old wool stuff lying around though (a skirt is the only one I can think of).<br><br>
6. How do you deal with eating at other people's homes? Have you ever dined with a hunter or someone who feels very strongly about eating meat? How did it go?<br><br>
It depends. I feel in the past I have handled things less well than I would like to have, but mostly I do quite well. I make sure the person knows I'm vegan, I'll offer to help/bring a dish (if they didn't know I was vegan before hand especially, I offer to bring my own food, as they didn't anticipate it) and give them any advice they need about what I do/don't eat and I make sure I make a fuss of them for making such an effort - and usually bring wine/flowers/cake <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/grin.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":D"> Most people in my experience, regardless of their personal belifes about eating meat, are very tolerant, kind and helpful. I don't like to talk about veganism when we eat though, it's not pleasent conversation IMO, although it is the one time people always seem to try to bring it up.<br><br>
ETA: Oh another thing about eating at other peoples homes, in my experience it's best to make sure you have a proper meal as the majority of people will feel uncomfortable if you eat something unsubstantial in their homes. I've made the mistake of "not wanting to make a fuss" and saying "no no, it's fine, I'll just have a salad" or something, and them asking "oh can I get anything else for you" and I said "Oh no no no it's fine" and then I really felt like it was uncomfortable for the hosts to see me eating something a bit pants. I didn't mind, but I felt they did. This has come up a few times and now I've learnt from my mistakes and make sure I either offer to bring something or have something cheap and available in a super-market to reccomend people buy ahead for me if they ask - such as beanburgers, a nut roast, etc.
 

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1. At first I decided to stop eating meat because I hated the taste. Eventually, the more research I did the more I started caring about the animals. Now that's my primary reason for being a vegetarian. (Secondary being health.)<br><br>
2. I plan on switching over to veganism sooner or later. Just not now as I'm still working on some issues. I need to be stable in recovery before I go vegan lest I completely lose my wits and get more obsessive.<br><br>
3. Yes. I've gotten myself to the point where I can put <i>some</i> of them elsewhere, but I still freak out and kill them if they move too fast. (Obviously, I'll have to figure something out sooner or later.)<br><br>
4. Mostly. Some of my eye shadow isn't (it's ancient and has not yet been replaced with an animal-friendly version).<br><br>
5. I don't think all of my shoes are vegan (I have an old pair that may or may not be real leather- I can't recall). All of my other clothes are fine.<br><br>
6. People are usually willing to find something I can eat that is vegetarian if I ask. I have been in a few situations where there was nothing I could eat, but it rarely ever happens. If it does happen, I just wait until I find a place I can get something to eat. I've found that if there isn't <i>something</i> veg-friendly (even just some lettuce and tomato or plain bread), then the person cooking <i>probably</i> won't appreciate my vegetarianism in the first place/will make a big deal out of it/will try to make a scene so I don't bother asking again.
 

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1. Why are you vegetarian?<br>
Number one reason for me is for the animals. It's the reason I became vegetarian and the one reason that makes me stay vegetarian. The other reasons are extra bonuses that I think are important too.<br><br>
2. Why AREN'T you vegan? Have you considered it?<br>
I have considered it and am always trying to find vegan meals. I already only drink non-dairy milks and use it for cooking. I still eat cheese and things with dairy in it. I don't think I would ever fully become vegan because I don't see anything wrong with eating unfertilized eggs as long as the chickens are treated nicely and not killed for dinner. I would like to have a small family of chickens someday (hopefully rescue chickens!) that I take care of and when they lay eggs I wouldn't have a problem eating them. I would never kill them and I would give any extra eggs to friends and family so they wouldn't buy store eggs. I do respect vegans though. I think it is amazing that they do what they do. I don't have a good income, i'm always on the go, live in a big town so it would be hard for me to be a healthy vegan.<br><br>
3. Do you kill bugs?<br>
No, not if I can help it. I try to trap and release anything I find in the house. I do spray mosquito spray and have no problem with that since they are trying to steal my blood and give me diseases. I will kill fleas and things like that if they are in my house, on my cats, me, etc.<br><br>
4. Do you buy animal-friendly/veg*n-friendly products?<br>
I try my hardest to. If I can't find an alternative I will buy what is there. I try to do my research before shopping.<br><br>
5. Do you wear any animal products including shoes?<br>
I don't wear fur and try my hardest to find vegan shoes. It was really tough last time I went shoe shopping because I had to buy shoes for a job the next day. Certain shoes. The store only had leather and I had to have them the next day. I was extremely sad about buying them.<br><br>
6. How do you deal with eating at other people's homes? Have you ever dined with a hunter or someone who feels very strongly about eating meat? How did it go?<br>
I always feel very uncomfortable eating with others. I have not had good experiences eating with friends/family because they always want to talk about why I'm vegetarian and express their strong opinions on me. If I'm at a party or family gathering I will bring a dish or just eat what is vegetarian. Certain people I'm around are worse than others and will try to argue with me when I don't even say anything to them. If I even reply to their questions they usually just try to argue more or act like I'm stupid and don't care about what I have to say. I usually just try to get my food and eat without talking to much. I get somewhat depressed eating with others because I don't feel like I can really be myself around them and have a good time.
 

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<b>1. Why are you vegetarian?</b> I always was in my heart. I just decided to let the rest of the body follow a few years back.<b><br>
2. Why AREN'T you vegan? Have you considered it?</b> I'm a vegan, in a manner of speaking. I don't consume egg or milk products, or honey, and I don't recreationally wear animal derived clothing.<br><b>3. Do you kill bugs?</b> Sometimes. I don't derive any joy from it and I try to avoid it, but there are times when it really is self defense, as in the case of wasps.<br><b>4. Do you buy animal-friendly/veg*n-friendly products?</b> I make an earnest attempt to use ethical hygienic and cleaning products when plausible. It's not something I can do 100% of the time on my current income.<br><b>5. Do you wear any animal products including shoes?</b> Unfortunately, for the purposes of my full time job, I do have to use one or two items such as gloves that contain leather. There's no practical and affordable alternative for me right now.<br><b>6. How do you deal with eating at other people's homes? Have you ever dined with a hunter or someone who feels very strongly about eating meat? How did it go?</b> Regardless of how strongly they feel, almost everyone can agree that the worst instances of factory farming are not something they support ideologically.
 

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<b>1. Why are you vegetarian?</b><br>
I don't like eating animals. Sometimes I would stop in the middle of eating meat and just be to grossed out by it<br><br><b>2. Why AREN'T you vegan? Have you considered it?</b><br>
I give into cravings. But I feel like I'm getting closer to veganism. Sometimes when I give into cravings I think the dairy/eggs didn't really taste all that great.<br><br><b>4. Do you buy animal-friendly/veg*n-friendly products?</b><br>
Yes<br><br><b>5. Do you wear any animal products including shoes?</b><br>
No<br><br><b>6. How do you deal with eating at other people's homes? Have you ever dined with a hunter or someone who feels very strongly about eating meat? How did it go?</b><br>
My ex, not the reason I left him, lol. He believed if you didn't eat meat, you're not using your canine teeth and somehow that's wrong.. Idk..<br>
He was actually supportive, but he was worried I'd lose weight and become bone skinny.<br>
My dad's side of the family is sooo meat obsessed.. When I visit, they keep asking me if I eat meat, chicken, tuna, steak, etc etc..<br>
And when I say "no" each time, they forget & ask again later. I think my sister sees vegetarianism & veganism as a fad, and I think<br>
she expects me to eat meat any day now.. Just the vibe I get. Other than that, I get a lot of support.
 

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1. Why are you vegetarian?<br><br>
For the animals, primarily. Although I can't fault what it's done for my health.<br><br>
2. Why AREN'T you vegan? Have you considered it?<br><br>
I actually am, although I spent six and a half years as a lacto-ovo veg before making the transfer.<br><br>
3. Do you kill bugs?<br><br>
No, not if it can be at all helped.<br><br>
4. Do you buy animal-friendly/veg*n-friendly products?<br><br>
Yes<br><br>
5. Do you wear any animal products including shoes?<br><br>
Yes, but only things that I purchased prior to becoming vegan (actually, mostly things I purchased prior to my leather boycott, which started about three years into being vegetarian). Everything I purchase now is animal-free (as far as possible).<br><br>
6. How do you deal with eating at other people's homes? Have you ever dined with a hunter or someone who feels very strongly about eating meat? How did it go?<br><br>
Well, everyone knows how to cater for me by now. Sometimes I provide my own food, sometimes people are lovely enough to source food for me. Last time I was eating food around a hunter, he tried to gross me out with graphic descriptions of his hunts and ended up turning the girl next to me vegetarian. That was four years ago and she's still vegetarian. I'd welcome a repeat of that meal!
 

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1. Why are you vegetarian?<br><br>
I place a very high value on sentient life. There's no way I can justify taking that life away from another being.<br><br>
2. Why AREN'T you vegan? Have you considered it?<br><br>
I'm vegan. I believe the pain, suffering, and loss of life is too high with any other choice.<br><br>
3. Do you kill bugs?<br><br>
I try not to bother them at all if I can avoid it. There's actually a spider living on the washcloth rack in my shower right now. I've been taking a bath instead of a shower for weeks now so that I don't screw with him.<br><br>
4. Do you buy animal-friendly/veg*n-friendly products?<br><br>
I try my best to only purchase vegan products.<br><br>
5. Do you wear any animal products including shoes?<br><br>
No.<br><br>
6. How do you deal with eating at other people's homes? Have you ever dined with a hunter or someone who feels very strongly about eating meat? How did it go?<br><br>
I tend to avoid these situations. I don't associate with hunters and I don't eat around non-vegans. That might not be convenient for everyone, but it works for me.
 
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