Veganism is everywhere. But for a word that's grown so popular, what does being vegan actually mean?
Through his Fat Gay Vegan blog, Sean O'Callaghan has become a no-nonsense voice that cuts through the fuss and the fads. He explains the politics of veganism beyond the plate, and why we should all aim to live a little more compassionately.
So if you want to know more about the arguments for veganism, the myths around the movement - and the junk food you're still allowed to eat - then like a friendly, fat uncle, Sean is here to pat you on the back, and tell you a bit more of the story...
Sean O'Callaghan is the freelance journalist and events organizer behind Fat Gay Vegan. He is based in the UK and Mexico, and has been the face of the award-winning Fat Gay Vegan blog since 2010. He has built up a huge following blogging about vegan dining across the UK and beyond from an ethical, not a "health trend" standpoint. He promotes vegan food pop-ups, cafes, restaurants and ventures across the UK, has written for the LA Times (2016) and has a regular column in Vegan Life magazine.