James Campion: In Praise of ‘Vegan Is Love’
My wife is a vegan and we are raising our daughter vegan. I am not a vegan nor am I a vegetarian. I am, for those familiar with this space, nothing. I could scarcely call myself human, really. I traded in my integrity for a moped and a six-pack of Genesee Cream Ale in 1981. This makes almost everyone I know better than me. This is an interesting base in which to run an elitist egomaniacal construct. But I manage.
For those unfamiliar with the term, vegan is, according to Webster’s, “a strict vegetarian who consumes no animal food or dairy products; also: one who abstains from using animal products (as leather).”
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