Australian Psychologist Coins Term to Describe Anguish Vegans Face – Vystopia

Vegans know how confronting it is to witness on a daily basis the ubiquitous use of animals. Walking down the street, we are triggered by eateries, clothing stores, what people are wearing and adverts, the vast majority of which involve the hidden (and sometimes not so hidden) animal abuse.

This article in Plant Powered News explains what Vysyopia is and offers ways to navigate it in a not-yet vegan world.

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