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So many vegans have been conditioned to be apologetic, self-effacing, or even ashamed for manifesting their values. Lest they be called selfish, rigid, or unreasonable, many compromise what they care about most to please someone else. This plays out in many scenarios but especially during wedding-planning. Whether or not you're getting married, this episode will pertain to you, as it focuses on why you can and should speak up for who you are and what you want.

Thanks to today’s podcast sponsors:

 

Animalearnanimalearn.org/compassion (free resources for opting out of animal dissection in schools)

 

Coral8coral8.com (fashionable, economical, ethical shoes for women)

 

Field Roastfieldroast (the best artisan, vegan grain meats)

 

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I get a lot of questions from both men and women about finding compassionate clothing and shoes made without animal skins, fur, hair, or other body parts(!) - that are both fashionable as well as affordable. Today, I share my thoughts about why it costs a little more to make ethical wares, and I assure you that you don't have to trade fashion for compassion. You can have both. I also explain how Colleen Patrick-Goudreau almost became Alexandra Goudrick. Tune in to find out what the heck I'm talking about!

Thanks to today's podcast sponsors:

Animalearnanimalearn.org/compassion (free resources for opting out of animal dissection in schools)

Coral8coral8.com (fashionable, economical, ethical shoes for women)

FakeMeatsfakemeats.com (your go-to online store for vegan meats and jerky)

 

 


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