10 questions almost every vegan kid gets asked
The Australian Vegan Magazine | ISSUE 1 – March/April 2017
Petakids.com recently came out with a set of questions your vegan child[ren] may get asked by their peers. Although they have their own convictions, sometimes children aren’t as good at articulating themselves as adults. Children may not be able to verbalise their reasons, so here’s a helping hand of some kick-ass ready-made responses. Now your child can be prepared for those very important social moments.
Being vegan is super easy. We get to eat tons of yummy foods and wear stylish clothes. And the best part of living an animal-friendly life is that no one has to suffer for it.
But some people don’t know what being vegan means. So they might have questions about it, which is totally OK.
It’s great to be able to answer people’s questions so that we can help even more people go vegan.
The main thing to keep in mind when answering these questions is to be kind and understanding. You might be tired of hearing the same questions over and over, but this could be the first time that this person has ever talked about living a vegan life. And by talking with you, he or she might go vegan too!
Here are the 10 most common questions that people ask, along with some quick answers:
Bonus answer: If a gorilla can get enough protein eating plants, so can I!
Male chicks are considered “useless” by the egg industry because they don’t lay eggs, so they are thrown away or killed shortly after birth.