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“The veganism is a beautiful part of our relationship.I love visiting Farm Sanctuary (a non-profit for rescued animals) with him, I love that we enjoy going to vegan restaurants together, and that we work as a team when shopping for hiking boots or household items, to ensure that they are cruelty-free. We are reposting it in anticipation of Saturday's HBO On the Run Concert.With divorce rumors swirling around Jay Z and Beyoncé, it looks like the unthinkable might actually happen: Everybody’s favorite powerhouse duo may be headed for splitsville.But people around me questioned how a prospective partner might react to finding out I was vegan, and I admittedly had my own worries.” Proud of her dietary choice, Gottfried decided to be transparent about her veganism and even added it to her online dating profile.She found this only encouraged a positive response as the men she dated knew about her lifestyle ahead of meeting her and more often than not were very interested in it.“I wanted to show vegan and aspiring vegan women that there’s nothing to be afraid of but fear itself when it comes to dating.When we are confident and happy in our own lives, others are drawn to us.
If this is the case, it’s OK to let go of the extravagant wedding that a parent is paying for in favour of a more modest affair that follows your values.I love that I can talk to him about animal issues and he will have the same concerns I do, sometimes offering new points of view I hadn’t considered.But there are many other things that connect us, too.” Should the vegan’s relationship be successful and the couple want to get married, Gottfried also provides a very detailed of run-down of what to think about when planning a ‘cruelty-free’ wedding in the book.This self-doubt is the biggest obstacle vegan women face when dating, Gottfried thinks.When asked if society is typically unfriendly towards vegans, Gottfried says people often respond to them with “defensiveness and sometimes antagonism” because of their own ingrained feelings of guilt over consuming animal products.
Think of how much happier you will be if your celebration of love didn’t cause cruelty to living beings.” While vegans have often been accused of being worthy or ‘preachy’, Gottfried is adamant that is not what she is trying to do with her book.