A thought came to my mind and I went and researched about it and I would like to know your views.
We know there are different types of vegans: The ones who do it for health reasons and the ones who do it for ethical reasons and a third, the ones who do it for both.
If I google "Vegan" and there is a definition, this is the first one I see:
If someone abstains from meats and dairy and is doing it solely for health, should they be called vegans or plant-based eaters?
I know lately, in order to make veganism more palatable to the masses they use the word vegan and plant-based interchangeably but is it veganism about what you consume as food only or goes beyond and it's about any animal consumption including clothing etc?
I know ethical vegans are turned off when they hear people who do it for health, refer themselves as "Vegan" because veganism is a lifestyle that goes beyond diet.