Popular Millennial Website Covers Vegan Lifestyle

Bustle, a millennial news and lifestyle site, tackles veganism through a variety of articles.

Bustle, a millennial news and lifestyle website for women, is the latest media outlet to regularly promote veganism. The site has recently featured lists of the best cruelty-free lipsticks, faux leather jackets, and delicious vegan cookbooks. Bustle has also asked if Birkenstocks are vegan and answered its question by explaining where to find animal-free versions. One article even took a stand against animals in captivity with the recent birth of the twin baby pandas at the National Zoological Park. The site claims to deliver “everything you want to know, see, and read—right now,” which appears to be a solid crop of vegan and animal-friendly stories.

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