Are You a Closet Vegan?

Are you comfortable telling everyone you’re vegan or do you hold back in certain circumstance because of real or feared ridicule, criticism or judgement?

The problem would appear more common than many think. In this short article by Paula Otero, the issue is explored with encouragement of how to “come out” as a proud vegan in all areas of your life.

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This article was first published on the Jane Unchained News Network November 2020

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