When scrolling through websites about veganism, one thing you cannot help but notice is how judgmental vegans can be. They judge those who eat meat for not caring about our animals enough. They judge other vegans for not being strict enough with their diet. They judge vegetarians for eat cheese or eggs. Why are vegans so judgmental of other people’s diets?
Not only are vegans judgmental toward those not following the vegan diet, but they judge those who are vegan as well. Raw vegans often feel like they are better than those who indulge in convenience foods. They both want the same thing out of their diet. They want a natural, healthy, vegan diet, so where do the hostility and judgment come from?
The judgmental attitude they possess comes from a long time of having to defend themselves against others. According to MindBodyGreen, there are ways for vegans to stop being bashed so often by others. She said vegans should be kind to another, stop judging others, and show people how to eat instead of preaching what to eat and to get a hobby outside of veganism.
If vegans and meat eater came together and stop judging each other, they would understand each other much better without judgements. Vegan would be better received if they could stop coming down so harshly to others. Vegans allow their passion about Veganism to obstruct their objectivity. One thing vegans should remember is at one time, they were meat eaters, making them part of the problem, as they see it. Being a kind person to others is the best way to get others to listen to you. Meat eaters, vegans or vegetarians all have one thing in common. Neither group is better than the other based solely on their diet.