I have been thinking about The Gay Vegans blog, and those who have read it and supported it over the years, a lot lately.
The Gay Vegans blog is over twelve years old. I first began writing when I decided I wanted to share more personal thoughts and ideas than I felt comfortable with on my other blog which was more in line with my professional world. That meant more about animal rights, veganism, and politics.
It’s become so much more. The Gay Vegans has become a community.
In the past several months I have written very few posts. Time has flown by, and I have been considering whether or not to keep The Gay Vegans going.
After a lot of consideration, chatting with Mike and close friends, I decided to not only keep going, but to recommit to writing more often and to engaging with our readers like I used to.
Animals are still being abused and tortured, in fact their situation hasn’t changed much since I started this blog or even since I became vegan 27 years ago. While many people are enraged by violence against animals, most of them still don’t give a second thought to the violence that occurred to create their dinner.
The meat and dairy industries are still spending millions to spread their BS that animals are coddled up to the unfortunate time that they have to be killed.
Aside from writing about animals and veganism, I also write about voting and being politically active. Never has this been more important, especially for those like us who are part of the LGBTQ+ communities. Our country has become less and less safe for LGBTQ+ people, and continues to not be safe for many in brown, black, and immigrant communities.
My goal is to post once a week, and to continue being as responsive as possible to questions, comments, emails, etc.
If you are a long-time supporter, thank you. If you’re a first-time reader, welcome.
At this point you’re probably thinking “how can I help”. Here are some ideas:
Share blog posts you like on your social media platforms.
Subscribe to this blog.
Help me keep the “Helpful websites & blogs” page up to date with awesome resources.
Get politically active.
Go vegan and encourage others to do so.
That’s it for now. On to my next post!