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Prince, the patron saint of vegan sex.

Prince, the patron saint of vegan sex.

They say people don’t care about science, but the new scientist-coined term “vegansexual” is suddenly everywhere. Our own Patrick Kwan was recently interviewed on the subject in the New York Daily News (they renamed him Paul, but that’s our boy).

So, are you a vegansexual? Or are you veggiesexual, willing to snog a mere vegetarian? Are you like me, and can’t afford to be that picky? Are you an asexual friend of animals like Morrissey? Or are you a carnisexual like these revolting steak hags profiled in the New York Times? Vote in our poll, and tell us all the dirty details in the comments! (If you can’t see the poll below, click here to vote.)


  1. Comment by

    L\'il E

    on #

    Well, I had to vote vegansexual, but really right now it is by default, my wife and I went vegan at the same time. If forced at gunpoint to date again, I’m pretty sure I’d still be a Vegansexual though.

  2. Comment by

    Olivia Lane

    on #

    There’s nothing a paper bag can’t fix.

  3. Comment by


    on #

    ummm. I think its better and more important if you date someone who is not even veg. Because then they can learn from you and be more concience eventually.
    I think this is stupid.

  4. Comment by

    Micah of HELD

    on #

    Vegansexual cause all animal cruelty really grosses me out, luckily I live in PDX we have tons of vegans to date. Ok veggiesexual will swich to vegan quickly so yeah- them too.

  5. Comment by


    on #

    I’d like to say I’m a veggiesexual, but I’m married to an omni who’s been meat-free for a month now & hopefully will stay that way!

    Bottom line? I’m a Morrisseysexual.

  6. Comment by


    on #

    Oh, I tried the Anysexual route for a while with a bunch of good veg*n inspirations/conversions along the way to add to my karma savings plan. Fun for everyone.

    A dose of realism
    I have to say, though, that I just wouldn’t recommend “crossing-the-line” and being an omnisexual if reproduction is on the menu (deep pun partially intended). Tried it, she “went veggie”, actually helped me go vegan (after my life of veg) and then went omni with a vengeance … now our son has 2 houses, 2 diets, and (thankfully) a lot of love, strength, and intelligence to make it through mostly smiling. I just don’t want to have a child have to “really want” his parents to eat the same (together or not) so the child can be like both of them without “multiple-diet-disorder”. :)

    BTW – for all of you who know my wonderful son, he’s doing fine, but still drove away from Farm Sanctuary’s Hoe-Down volunteering “I want mommy to stop eating animals.” Maybe someday son.

  7. Comment by


    on #

    If I were to limit romantic or sexual options to only other vegans I would be an even lonelier vegan student lesbian living in Oklahoma. I’ve only met 4 other vegans here: two were married, one was their 4 year old kid, and the other was a frat guy that likes to tease us nerds (so he’s out of the running on two counts!). If I wanted only another vegan I guess I could just take one of the cows living in the field across from me out for some tofu kabobs and couscous, but I think the locals would eye my “date” up as the next steak dinner. I think that would be a animal rights no-no anyway, even if I didn’t sleep with Bessie.

  8. Comment by


    on #

    vegans taste better ;-)

  9. Comment by

    Laura Leslie

    on #

    Hehehe. “Revolting steak hags.”

  10. Comment by


    on #

    I’ve been vegetarian since I was a teenager and have been vegan for the last 5 years. I was in a long term relationship with Southern meat eater, who would never cook meat in our apartment- but would cook vegan for me a lot. He left me for a meat eater! He really wanted to share his food with me and was irritated that I never would- we were together for 6 years. I am in another relationship and he’s a meat eater as well- but spends lots of money spoiling me at vegan restaurants- I have greatly improved both of their diets- raising their conciousness level and vegetable intake. Sometimes I think it would be easier to fall for a vegan man- but I haven’t had the opportunity. Though, the thought has crossed my mind..

  11. Comment by


    on #

    Yah there are vegan men, they’re called homosexuals.