Mainstream Veganism?

Going vegan is not something that has been considered part of the mainstream. With the general population viewing vegans as hippies, tree huggers or hipsters; it is a lifestyle that has long been viewed as extreme, odd or a fad. However, as the media and scientific world have been shining more light on the negative impacts of eating animal products in regards to health, environment and human rights, more and more people are adopting the vegan way of life. 

Here are just a few ways in which the world can see that more people these days are choosing to be vegan.

 

THE RISE OF THE VEGAN BLOG

People get a ton of their information from blogs these days. With the rise in blogging has also come the rise of the vegan blogging niche, helping circulate recipes, Memes, Pinterest pins and sharing articles all over the web. Those blogs for example Like A Vegan and Vegan Bros are helping to spread the vegan message across social media and also to connect groups of vegan people.

 

EMERGENCE OF MORE VEGAN BUSINESSES

From clothing lines and makeup brands to television shows and even a search engine, more vegan businesses are popping up all over the place. In fact, many of these businesses use their veganism as a selling point to put them ahead of other businesses.

 

MORE VEGAN GOOGLE SEARCHES

Statistics show that vegan related Google searches are on the rise, climbing 32% from 2014 to 2015 with Australians taking the lead. With more of the general public looking up how to become vegan, different cruelty free recipes and products that contain no animal products, it seems that the vegan movement is on the rise.

 

VEGAN CELEBRITIES

Celebrities are known trend setters and their daily life choices are broadcasted all over the world. With stars like Beyoncé and Jay-Z as well as Pamela Anderson, Miley Cyrus and Ellen DeGeneres telling the world that they are vegan, more of the general public is following suite.

 

So with much informantion and options available the is No Excuse For Animal Abuse