The Hodgetwins recently announced that they are no longer vegetarian. Rather than chastise them for eating meat again or accuse them of using steroids, I’m going to look at this situation from a human psychology/vegan advocacy angle.

In terms of advocating for animals, is it perhaps more effective to “ask” for less (vegetarian, pescatarian, flexitarian, etc.) than for full-on veganism? Comments are welcome!

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*References*

We are no longer vegetarian (Hodgetwins announcement)

Why you look smaller in photos next to your friends (Hodgetwins)

On vegans and vegan meals (Tobis Leenaert)
http://veganstrategist.org/2016/03/13/a-vegan-vs-a-vegan-meal/

60 day vegan vegetarian update (Hodgetwins)

The V word: a note on terminology and strategy (MFA)
http://www.mercyforanimals.org/v-word
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