So you’ve recently become vegan, and you’re pissed, upset, disgusted. In other words, you have a case of Vystopia. The emotions you feel are overwhelming, and you can’t help but tell people who are not vegan what’s happening.
You do it on social media. You do it in person. Hey, you may even do it in public.
But is this approach of communication effective in trying to get people to be more open and compassionate?
That’s what we explore in this conversation. The dynamic of communicating the vegan message versus being passive and discrete. We call them the ‘push’ and the ‘pull’ approach.
“Fundamentally, it’s about the animals that don’t have a voice for themselves.”
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Things mentioned in this episode
- Who is Militant Vegan Joey Carbstrong?
- How to Respond When You’re The Only Vegan at the Table
- Vystopia: The Anguish of Being a Vegan in a Non-Vegan World
- Shredding Day-Old Chicks: How Australia’s Egg Industry Works
- Ask The Readers – Do You Feel Like a Preachy Vegan?
- Earthling Ed
- Kris Carr
- Rich Roll
- The Film That Turned Us Vegan Overnight
- What The Health
- 12 Approachable Ideas To Grow The Animal Rights Movement
- Podcast Episode: What’s Your Vegan Origin Story?
- FREE E-Book: 30 Non-Vegan Excuses & How to Respond to Them
Just a reminder, if you have any questions about animal activism and how you can get involved, please leave it in the comments below for our future podcast episode.