Working Class Vegan Man enjoys sharing his vegan insight on how to health up. He talks food, facts, and fun and how improvements in each can fix that rotten attitude and ignite your energy. So, how can we trust the advice of this Working Class Vegan Man? Good question. Let’s deconstruct this superhero who’s willing to save his fellow man.
First, what is a man and how can Working Class Vegan Man claim to be one? Well, there’s the obvious anatomical usuals that come with being a man. Right, but is he a MAN? What do we mean by a MAN? Does he have a gut, goatee, and calf tattoo? No. Does he come up with excuses why he should sit on the couch instead of head to the gym in the morning? Nope.
OK, then you’re gonna have to convince me that he’s a man. Well, he can outrun other 40-year-olds for long distances without being winded. His chest holds firm without having saggy pieces. His arms are defined like those of other welterweight-sized men. So wait. What is a man? Well, that’s just it. The Working Class Vegan Man will challenge the modern assumption of MAN, suggesting that MAN, given a few tweaks here and there, could feel stronger and more fulfilled in life.
Second, he’s working class. What does he do for a living? Is he a hands-dirty, jeans-wearing construction worker? No, he’s a high school history teacher. Can he quit his job on the spot? No. Does he have to think about things like health insurance and a reliable mode of transportation. Yes. Is the purchase of a new pair of jeans a family decision? Yes. Definitely working class.
Third, he’s a vegan. What does a high school history teacher know about being a vegan and healthy eating? Well, like all hard-working, dedicated teachers, Working Class Vegan Man places a lot of stock in reliability and commitment. He is true to his veganism and workout schedule and has been for some time now. He has no plans to bend or sway. He spends his days with vibrant youth–youth who desperately need a nutritious diet to keep up their fast-paced lives. Unfortunately, Working Class Vegan Man watches daily as his students feast on empty calories filled with heart-damaging, diabetes-inducing processed foods from the vending machines. The kids should have a choice, some say, but do they really have a choice? As a teacher, Working Class Vegan Man has a duty to educate and empower.
Fourth, he’s happy and feels strong in his life, and he feels this way on a working class budget.
The Working Class Vegan Man series will show ya how to do it too. Will he make me feel guilty? Nope. His intention is to provide easy, cheap options without sounding preachy. He’s just gonna talk, man to man.
Now, ya might be thinking, is this really a man? Hey, just because Working Class Vegan Man is a vegan doesn’t mean he doesn’t drink beer and watch the Browns lose. He does that. Plenty of that. He doesn’t do yoga or any of that cosmic stuff. He wears shoes, if that was something you were concerned about. Overall, he’s aware of the impact his purchases have on animals, other working class people, and the planet.
So stand your ground and be a man. Follow the Working Class Vegan Man, and he’ll share some quick tips, recipes, and how to feel comfortable fitting outside the norm.
Be a man. Health up.