I live in such a pretty bubble that I sometimes forget there are people who still eat meat via /r/vegan


I live in such a pretty bubble that I sometimes forget there are people who still eat meat

Anyone else? I work at a vegan café and a plastic free supermarket, where most people, if not all, are vegan or at least vegetarian. I study environmental Sciences, and all of the people I know from there are vegan. All of my roomates are vegan/vegetarian, and most of their friends since we‘re all young students. My mom is now practically vegetarian and considering trying being vegan (for all the wrong reasons but it counts). My boyfriend is vegetarian but since we eat together everyday he is practically a vegan. So I have a circle of about 30 people around me, all vegan/vegetarian, which makes it feel like the whole world is like that. It is always weird when I go to the supermarket and see someone buying meat, or to a restaurant and see they have no vegan options… it‘s like a small call back to reality. Anyone else experience this? I‘m just wondering if it really is just a bubble or if veganism has really become so widespread! I‘m vegan btw