VeggieConnection.com Poll

Non Veg Partner?

You've met a non-vegetarian with whom you share many common interests.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
31%
45%
76%
An omnivore partner is OK, but I'll try and covert him/her to veggie.
7%
8%
15%
An omnivore partner is OK. I'll accept their choice and focus on other commonalities.
3%
7%
9%
474 Votes:
 
Member Comments
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Sorry, but I have to do my part to preserve the vegan race.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Sorry, I find non-vegan chaps unattractive.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
"The time has come to have more Vegan babies, from Vegan parents, as we need a new generation to start the 'Ripple Effect' for our fellow animal friends"
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I have a great love & respect for vegetarian & vegan people. We don't need to kill any animals to feed our stomach coz its not burial ground to burry dead animals.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
It’s really important to me and I doubt a meat eater and I would have much in common
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
To me... Vegan=sexy, compassion is hot!
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I think vegetarian people are honest, kind and caring.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Aut veggie aut nihil
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Some things I just cant compromise.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Cannot do with digesters of corpses I’m afraid.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
i wouldn't be able to kiss her ;)
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I've had an omnivore partner. Too difficult for me to share a greasy kitchen and washing dirty dishes. Plus, I'd prefer to cook for them.
An omnivore partner is OK. I'll accept their choice and focus on other commonalities.
Well, l prefer to meet a veggie partner but l can't imagine converting anyone to veggie diet as this decision is individual and comes from somebody's hearth.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I'm nongmo dairy free gluten free also filter water and holistic eater and drink out of glass and hydro flask no water bottle chemical free person I react to floride chloride and chlorine don't even take pills or vitamins do to reasearch I've learned. Allergy free person and holistic in everything I do even medical as best as I can keep learning as I go. All about soulotions not interested in playing games girl will go for me and be forward and positive optamistic and amazingly open and cuddly and into phiscal touch specially with a soulmate like mine is ment to be. Also eats what I eat and believes in making dreams come true and builds me up when Im douting or down as I will do for her and wipe her tears and watch shows I like as such as romantic and any hero and comedy romatic and believing in dreams and fun shows to laugh at. Also the girl is not shy is my preference but ok if she's quite just want a great heart felt listener who believes in dream board dreams and is there for me no matter what loyalty and ok with my past and believes in soulmates and again all about togeatherness and she will ask me out and ask me to marry and as she does that I will ask her the same time she ask me to marry her. Any question ask I'm all about soulotions and very deep about what's going on supernaturally do to experiences mostly extra terrestial and cosmic disclosure type of understanding and law of attraction and attention and brain thought science and meditation and water rice in jar study of creating your manifested reality that's what I require and shall have is if it's now :).
An omnivore partner is OK, but I'll try and covert him/her to veggie.
I was once an omni. I can handle someone who is omni provided that they are open to trying new things and learning. The 'bacon tho' crowd can get lost, though.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I would want my partner to share this important view of the world with me.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I believe being a veggie by choice is more important rather than converting one to like veggie.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
No excuse not to be vegan!
An omnivore partner is OK, but I'll try and covert him/her to veggie.
if she wants to turn vegetarian, good, or I'll pursue other people
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
i’m Looking for someone with compatible views.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I'm on here to meet a man who has vegan principles and who therefore maintains a vegan diet. It's this or nothing for me. Xx
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I don't understand the excuse that some are willing to accept a partner who chooses to kill because it's their choice, as if killing is a choice on par with what color shirt someone likes. Would they also accept a racist partner because racism is a choice? I want a partner I can respect. Not someone who kills for pleasure and leaves dead animals in my fridge. Besides, I think she'd get tired of me always giving her leftovers a proper burial in the garden.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
No way. I haven't waited this long to cave now. I hate the idea of killing or hurting animals and could never be with someone who didn't care about such things.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
no way or how
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
An omnivore would be ok if she wants to become vegan.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I don't like the smell of dead animal in my fridge. It's very hard to convert some one into vegan......
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I believe vegan is the only healthy way to live your life!
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Once a person sees and accepts the idea that animals are being abused at all levels, it is difficult to understand a Human being whom continues to  allow cruelty to be part of their life. If it can be brought home to someone, that they do not act or think rightly, gladly will they change. For a good person seeks after truth by which no one is ever harmed, but he , or she , is harmed whom continues in their deception of themselves.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Ethical Vegan Only! Which is the Same Thing As Vegan! Plant Based and Vegan are NOT the Same Thing! Look up the Definition of Vegan- Donald Watson- Not ALL Plant Based Foods are Vegan like Palm Oil and Sugar, because of deforrestation and bone char, there is 1 meaning for Vegan, 1 meaning ONLY. If your screwing a non Vegan u cannot say your Vegan, U are Absolutely hurting Our Non human Friends when u do that! Your saying u won't take part in Thier murders but it's cool if others fo! FUCK THAT! NOT VEGAN! And vegetarian is NOT Good Enough! They are Tortured and raped for Thier Eggs and Baby's Milk too! Like REALLY? Veganism Is An OBLIGATiON NOT a diet, not a fad, not hipster nonsense! EDUCATE YOURSELVES- BE VEGAN!!!!!
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
must be vegetarian or vegan
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
If he's not vegan, but respectful and willing to open his mind, eyes and heart to choosing veganism then I would give him a chance.
An omnivore partner is OK, but I'll try and covert him/her to veggie.
Well everyone has there own interest. You can change people but we can give our best for our loved ones.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Couldn’t imagine not being with a vegan.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I am 95% for veggie partner. It is a high priority for me. However if I meet a non-veggie whom I have a lot in common with it is not to say they/he may or may not change his lifestyle. I would say not to get too serious with a non-veg person before you are 100% sure he or she is soulmate material for you.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
There are very few male vegans
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
To have a partner that is into eating meats benefits me none. How can I think about how much I love you while I watch you rip the meat off a rib that came from a helpless animal? Dating someone whom is also conscious of this is the only wish for me. I will remain happily (for the most part) single until
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Sorry meat eaters but you just don't smell all that good
An omnivore partner is OK, but I'll try and covert him/her to veggie.
I would not prepare meals for a non vegan so they would have to fend for themself!
An omnivore partner is OK, but I'll try and covert him/her to veggie.
I don’t think I can force anyone to convert but I’m sure they might be inspired to go veggie after seeing the delicious food I have.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Been there … done it! Definitely need a vegan partner! Snuggling and cuddling on the couch with someone who has just eaten a steak or portion of ribs … no longer cool!
An omnivore partner is OK, but I'll try and covert him/her to veggie.
It’s about growth and kindness
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Kissing someone who had just eaten animal flesh.. eww...
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I like to think that I'm open to exploring and learning about a new partner; but, eventually, we are going to bang heads on the issue of using animals for food. Of course, I'd try to open his eyes. But in the end, I don't want to have to change my mate and if that person refused to evolve, it would breed resentment and change the light in which I view that person.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Have done the omni thing for a long time, this lifestyle is important so I am looking to meet someone who is strictly vegan.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I can't imagine otherwise. I doubt I'd have many values in common with a meat eater anyway.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I've tried converting partners to veganism - in my experience they've only done it to please me and once the relationship ends they go back to eating animal flesh and sécrétions. I want someone who is committed to ethical veganism for the animals first and engages in activism to promote veganism.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
It makes it easier -
More congruent
An omnivore partner is OK. I'll accept their choice and focus on other commonalities.
It's hard to keep someone from eating what he was taught to take since his or her childhood
An omnivore partner is OK. I'll accept their choice and focus on other commonalities.
As long as said partner is nonjudgmental of my lifestyle I will return the favor. Perhaps I can live by example but I'm not going to push anyone to convert.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Vegan only!!!!!Dairy and eggs is the flesh industry plus rape and child murder
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Its every individuals choice wether to be plant based or not. Lol conversion doesnt work.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
It's part of who I am, and I'd want to share that with my partner.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I can find middle ground on so many things, but this is one of the most important and deepest of my beliefs and I’m willing to wait to find someone who shares this type of compassion for all living things. There are things I can give up, but living in a cruelty-free relationship isn’t one of them for me right now.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
if the ethical common basis is not there, on what foundation can you build a serious relationship?!
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
When your cooking your partner an animal based dish in her own seperate meat only pans you gotta ask yourself some questions
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I find that it works for me to have similar health and dietary oreferences.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I just can't kiss someone who's just eaten a dead cow / pig etc, and I don't want to convert someone. If they haven't been interested before (and the world is interested, and there's lots of info out there) that's not a great start - and I like well informed people.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I want to look for a vegan is the best
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me. but I'll try and covert him/her to veggie. i do try to convert to Veganism ALL humans i encounter out in public via distribution of over 391,000 Vegan Edu Leaflets and counting. average around a couple hundred per day+-_-. contact me here on VeggieConnection.com website 4me2send you my profile about my vegan Leafleting, also my website blog. BYO digital camera charged to  L.A. CA 4u2co-create short documentary movies with me teaching greening cities via planting avocado pits and Loquat seeds and sapote' seeds and fig trees cuttings saplings and rosemary sprigs, misc etc
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
It just doesn't make sense to be with someone who doesn't have the same basic ethics. Converting isn't likely, I will always help someone, but it's got to be their own desire and choice.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Its hard but I dated an omnivore (lol) once and she got me into junk food again. I started feeling instantly sick. Didn't last, back to Vegan and feel great! Pretty sure I will have to wait but its worth it.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Have to share your life with meaningful people. But God damn it's hard to find vegans.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
For me common values are essential. What could be a more basic value than what you are willing to kill and under what circumstances?
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
relationships work best when you have a matching moral compass
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Have tried 5 x to date a carnivore. The difference is too great, I can't do it.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Dated alot of meat eaters not a lot of vegans. I think it would be refreshing to be with a vegan for the first time.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
As a lifelong vegetarian, and 25+ year vegan, I am more committed than ever to the lifestyle. At this point, I realize that it would not be possible to have a partner who didn't share the same core values. Although I am somewhat flexible, depending on their mindset, they must be at least already be on the same path. I would love to convert the world, but not a potential partner.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
There are so many people in this world. There are more people than ever living on a plant-based lifestyle. I need that to be a commonality and as a baseline. Yep, I'm more than happy to just keep on looking :)
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Prefer someone on the same level as myself about animal abuse
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
The values behind one becoming vegan are profound and often impact on other aspects of one's personality.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Préfère avoir un meilleur points communs
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Just clashes with my health values. I want us both to feel comfortable with eachother and being vegan plays a huge part. I always assist with your growth as a friend but choice is always the individuals. I will just wait as I have never kissed a vegan before and I'm sure there is a huge difference!
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Been there, it doesn't work :(
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Relationship goes well when you are same in the basic in eating vegetarian.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Would you kiss someone that just ate Golden Retriever?
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
The way we think and believe, shapes us. I ve tried w omnivores all my life. It was ok i suppose until now. I can’t be with somebody who doesn’t care for the suffer that animals are expose. I feel like sleeping with a murder. And also, I don’t feel respect for a person like that. So, vegan must be or willing to become.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I can only feel strong emotional connections with vegans. I am open to non-vegan friendships (I'd be super isolated if I wasn't :P )
An omnivore partner is OK, but I'll try and covert him/her to veggie.
My wife of 20 yrs was an omnivore, but I would prefer, or want to convert a partner to my lifestyle.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I would need a compatible vegan for a life partner.
An omnivore partner is OK. I'll accept their choice and focus on other commonalities.
I am a vegan for the animals not for myself, in other words it's bigger than just me. We exist in a non vegan world, the more we rope ourselves off, the longer it is going to take to achiever the change we all want to see. Yes, a mixed relationship has to have rules and restrictions but it is doable. If you are vegan simply for selfish reasons, why should another person's individual choice matter. If you a veg and not vegan and have issues with what others eat, isn't that kind of hypocritical. If you have common interests with someone, in time you may influence their food choices, attempting to convert will likely end things and worse it validates the vegan stereotype that prompts so many to ridicule and hate on us.
An omnivore partner is OK, but I'll try and covert him/her to veggie.
i would just show them healthy choices for him and the planet
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Being vegan is an ethical choice for me. I’m not willing to share my life with people who aren’t on the same page any longer
An omnivore partner is OK. I'll accept their choice and focus on other commonalities.
I'm good with Isness...
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Humans are frugivores, we thrive when we eat mainly fruits, then young green leaves, some raw nuts, seeds and occasional insects (in figs, cherries, apples...). Most people believe that we should eat meat or dairy for health reasons which is a myth. Vegans often say that they do it for animals, believing that they harm themselves. They don’t understand that not eating animals is in our nature.
An omnivore partner is OK, but I'll try and covert him/her to veggie.
JUST BASIC VEGETARIAN SOMETIMES VEGAN . BUT VOLUNTEERED 4 THE VEGAN CAUSES FOR 10 YEARS. DESTROYED MY SPINE AND CAREER.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Sharing food is such an important part of our social life, plus our food choices reflect our values. I want to be with someone I can respect and share this part of life with.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Whole Plant-based Foods is the lifestyle I live. It is up to us to think and to listen to our bodies, as to what our body needs and what it does not need. I have learned to prepare Vegan Buddha Bowls Style with my own twist to help Mother Earth, the Animals and my Health. I have come up with a unique lifestyle.I am an artist.The cleaner the body, the better all your senses works. The human body is remarkable. I have no vegan, vegetarian friends or family. I joined this in search of others out there that similar lifestyles. I believe one must look inside themselves to find their way out. Colly Peace, Love & Be Happy
An omnivore partner is OK, but I'll try and covert him/her to veggie.
one must at least try to convert !
An omnivore partner is OK, but I'll try and covert him/her to veggie.
It depends, obviously having a solidly vegan partner is a big priority, and I will never date anyone who jokes about the suffering of other species, but if someone has potential I'll stay with them, if I can get them to stop eating the corpses of innocents than I will, and there's no long term potential if they don't go vegan eventually
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
As an ethical vegan, that would be like saying: I don't eat or use animals or contribute to their suffering in any way; but it's okay if my date/ boyfriend/ husband causes animals to suffer.
An omnivore partner is OK, but I'll try and covert him/her to veggie.
If they don't transition eventually, I would have to end the relationship.
An omnivore partner is OK. I'll accept their choice and focus on other commonalities.
I take as i find. I don’t preach my reasons for being a veggie.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I have empathy for people who are now where I used to be, i.e., compassionate and freethinking people who simply haven't learned enough about veganism yet. However, if a non-vegan has already learned the reasons for veganism and simply chooses an unethical and unhealthy lifestyle due to prioritizing conformity and tradition above ethics and health, I am completely repelled by that person.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Kissing and having sex with anyone who eats anything from animals is stomach churning and a real insult to the animals a real true vegan cares about.  You aren't a real, true ethical vegan if you don't put animals first in every decision you make that involves their lives.  I tried for about 2 years to get my soon to be ex vegan and am extremely mad because he likes most vegan food so I don't know what his problem is but he disgusts me.  I hate him for it because I fail all the animals he eats no matter how sad or guilty I try to make him feel, ugh.  In the beginning I thought he was progressing because he always ate vegan around me and with me for 2 years and still does. Then I was forced to move in with him and his family or face being homeless and see a different side of him now.  He tries to take some murdered animal flesh to work at least once a week his mom cooks if I don't make him something vegan he likes or cook it right.  His lazy self has no right to complain and if someone would hire me at an ethical place to work I could move away from him finally.  It needs to be legal to slaughter non vegan people and cut them up in hundreds of pieces to cook and eat so maybe then they would finally get it and stop.  It's also difficult being so sexually frustrated because I only want to have sex with vegan men.  I do it all for the animals though because I refuse to waver in any of my vegan morals.  I am mad at him and all others who take part in harming all animals in any way but unbreakable.
An omnivore partner is OK, but I'll try and covert him/her to veggie.
I was a non vegetarian earlier so I know what she must be thinking about. Spent so many years trolling vegetarians... Lol! but the sky fell on my head once I visited a slaughterhouse That was the end of me being a meat-eater.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I have tried to make relationships with omnivores work, it doesn't! I like to cook, and I don't want to have to make two separate meals. Not to mention similar values are very important!
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Or An omnivore partner is not OK but I would try and convert him before giving up..
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I prefer a veggie partner as I follow Hare KRSNA
An omnivore partner is OK, but I'll try and covert him/her to veggie.
If we are not aligned on the same values it will be very hard to build something for the long run
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I am a vegan who eats clean and whole. If she eats omnivore, she is unlikely to eat clean and whole. I'll pass as I have no desire to push water uphill.
An omnivore partner is OK, but I'll try and covert him/her to veggie.
It would be great to share common interest with the chosen one!
An omnivore partner is OK. I'll accept their choice and focus on other commonalities.
I would prefer a vegetarian or vegan partner. I have been working on my higher self and trying to be more open minded, and practicing forgiveness in all areas of life. It would really be so much easier and align with my values to have a veggie partner though.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
sorry but I am developing a low tolerance for those that disrespect their bodies.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I have come to realize I need a COMPATIBLE vegetarian or preferably, vegan.   My former marriage was to a committed fellow vegetarian, who supported me through dropping dairy and all, but yet also an emotional abuser with whom I could do nothing right. When our youngest son turned 18 we parted ways.  A year later I met an omnivore who was refreshingly accepting of my other quirks and with whom I shared an exploratory approach to natural health. She introduced me to several forms of energy therapies and cleared a couple of serious health issues for me. But... both of us were overdosed on confrontation in our previous relationships and avoided discussing differences, including veganism versus carcasses. I still value her as a friend, but as life partners we're not sufficiently on the same path.  Another lady was vegan when she felt like it; if friends served meat, she would often partake. I didn't have to deal with the smell of cooking flesh (which I find sickening) in her home, but again there were other issues and the difference in commitment to plant based food versus the bodies of fellow creatures didn't help.  I can love and accept an omnivore as a person, but living with this between us full time is different, plus potential health issues and bad karma for my partner to deal with affects me too.  So... marriage taught me that you can sincerely care for someone you cannot live with. Now I must consider the same idea from a different angle. It was after my parents broke up and Dad moved two states away that eventually the rest of us made the jump to vegetarian. So I had an example of the influence of a spouse right in front of me.   If someone was sincerely wishing to make the transition, I could work with and help them. Otherwise I will wish them all blessings possible, but joining them as a long term partner, keeping carcasses in the fridge and repeatedly smelling their cooking, would rot my soul.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
In 38 years of being vegan, I’ve never kissed a meat eater. They have to become vegan.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
It would not be possible for me to live with someone who eats meat. We wouldn't be compatible and wouldn't go well together.
Relationship has a lot to do with vibes and subtle energies.
An omnivore partner is OK. I'll accept their choice and focus on other commonalities.
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I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Interests are nice to have in common...but being a vegetarian or vegan is an important value to share with my partner.
An omnivore partner is OK. I'll accept their choice and focus on other commonalities.
Es importante el respeto mutuo.. quizás pueda ser un buen conocido pero no un compañero.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
Vegan is a lifestyle, not just a diet.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
My preferred partner would be vegan but I'm ok with a vegetarian too. I know we'd understand each other so commonalities would be an added bonus.
An omnivore partner is OK, but I'll try and covert him/her to veggie.
If a person can not turn vegan after watching or realizing that animals are ubused and murdered, that person probably does not have empathy, which is a high probability that he/she narcissist, sociopath and/or psychopath. I would prefer to stay away from those characters as far as possible.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
It's all about the vibes.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I don't think I could forge a close relationship with someone who wasn't at least a vegetarian it's too important on many levels.
An omnivore partner is OK, but I'll try and covert him/her to veggie.
I'm open to dating someone who differs from me.  However, it's important that I raise my (hypothetical future) children vegan.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I couldn't possibly date someone seriously who didn't respect animals as the sentient beings they are.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
If you're not vegan kindly have a seat. My partner cannot contribute to everything I'm against.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I'll keep looking, vegan all the way. Can't be with someone who is ok with cruelty to any living creature. This includes (humans!!) Has to be on the same page of caring for a planet that sustains us.
An omnivore partner is OK, but I'll try and covert him/her to veggie.
I have had several non veggie partners, and one vegan, one vegetarian. Both have had pluses and minuses. Currently living with someone that has promised to be veg for me at home. That does not feel the best option because her hear can not understand why I am vegan.
An omnivore partner is OK, but I'll try and covert him/her to veggie.
Must be willing to become at least vegetarian.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
values are important to me.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I've been raised in a large meat eating family. Over many years I have evolved to be a veggie. It's a path I am unable to compromise. I love my friends, I don't eat them. Animals and all creatures are my friends, I am unable to eat them either. I choose to deeply respect all beings. I still see my family at special gatherings and find it quite difficult to see rare meat bleeding on a plate, being disrespectfully consumed by one of my siblings, as if the animal that gave it's life is an inferior soul to us. I care for my family, and prefer not to judge their choices and practice forgiveness towards those who fail to understand depths of compassion to all beings. However, as a spiritually evolving being, eating flesh definitely isn't on my agenda. I am so grateful that I have learned to view life differently to how I was raised, and so grateful for my compassionate heart.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
If you can eat what you should be loving you can't be for me
An omnivore partner is OK, but I'll try and covert him/her to veggie.
I've been considering this because it seems so hard to find a vegetarian/vegan partner. I don't think I could continue long term unless they plan on becoming veggie. It repulses me to think of kissing a meat eater.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I've been there and done that. He pretended to be a Vegan until he married me, then revealed he wasn't. I can be great friends with anyone, but as far as really being a romance match, we'd need to share that basic part of who I've been since I was a teenager.
An omnivore partner is OK, but I'll try and covert him/her to veggie.
I wouldn't want to see someone I love slowly kill themselves, watched my mum do that, so got that t-shirt.
I'll keep looking; a veggie partner is high priority for me.
I couldn't kiss someone who had a corpse in their mouth! I’ll pass on your necro fetish, thanks!
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