VegGirl
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Location:
Stamford, Connecticut
Age:
29 years old
Gender:
female
Ethnicity:
Caucasian / White
Diet:
Vegetarian
Religion:
Christian / other
Alcohol:
Socially
Smokes:
Never
Body type:
Average
Height:
5' 2"  (157cm)
Sign:
Not important
Marital status:
Single (never married)
Have Kids:
None
Want Kids:
Not sure
Education:
Bachelors
Income: undisclosed
Relocation: Unlikely
Relationship: Serious relationship/marriage OR activity partner
   

My description:

Hi,

Updating this profile for this first time in a while: I was a strict vegan for a few years and have now been vegetarian for a few years. I guess that's the biggest update for this niche site! Erm, also pumped SeaWorld is stopping their Orca program. I'll leave the rest below for now:

A little about myself...

I have an international focus. I have traveled extensively in the developing world for college and church volunteering. I now work at an international non-profit and love it!

I became a vegan last year for the health benefits and out of curiosity after reading an interview with Kathy Freston. I have continued being vegan for ethical reasons including animal rights and the humanitarian aspect of the diet. (The grain we feed to cows to make our steaks could go to feeding starving people!) :) I love watching documentaries on plant-based diets, just last weekend i went to the screening of Vegucated which was great!

In the past year or so I have had a newfound appreciation and love for music and live shows. 

I love living by the water, being technologically disconnected at times and going on adventures.

I love ethnic food like Ethiopian, Japanese, Mexican, etc yumm vegan food!

Seeking:

I am looking for someone who is adventurous, also has an international/ non-profit focus, is interested in a plant-based diet, maybe some good music and is funny.

Food Justice is one reason I continute to be a vegan: "Globally enough food is produced to feed the entire world population at a level adequate to ensure that everyone can be free of hunger and fear of starvation. That no one should live without enough food because of economic constraints or social inequalities is the basic goal.

This approach is often referred to as food justice and views food security as a basic human right. It advocates fairer distribution of food, particularly grain crops, as a means of ending chronic hunger and malnutrition. The core of the Food Justice movement is the belief that what is lacking is not food, but the political will to fairly distribute food regardless of the recipient’s ability to pay." Let me know if you are interested in food justice too!

 



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