You're not vegetarian because you want to be vegetarian
This year, the seventhThe 17th Golden Globe Awards are the first to launch an all-vegetarian dinner.Golden GlobesIt's American film and televisionOne of the most important awards in the world, as the first film and television dinner held each year, the Golden GlobesThe vegetarian dinner ushered in a new era of vegetarianism in Hollywood, reaffirming environmental and sustainability issues in the public eye.
Referring to the thinking behind the move, Lorenzo Soria, president of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), the organiser, said: "The way we eat food, the way it grows, disposes of and processes, has led to the climate crisis. The climate crisis hangs over us, and we are thinking about how to deal with it in the new year and the decade to come. Lorenzo doesn't think a meal will change the world, but this small decision could gradually affect public perceptions of the climate crisis.
Vegetarianism is nothing new in European and American culture, and former U.S. President Clinton chose to become a vegetarian after two major heart problems, with Madonna, Beyoncé, Anne Hathaway, Miley Cyrus and Brad Pitt all loyalists of vegetarianism.
Twitter co-founder Biz Stone has been vegan for more than a decade, Facebook's Zuckerberg decided to become a vegetarian at the birth of her daughter as a way of thanking life, and Apple's Steve Jobs, also a well-known vegetarian, seems to have become a lifestyle map for Silicon Valley's successful people.
An oil painting of Benjamin Franklin, President of the United States,
President Franklin was a vegetarian.
From the earliest familiar "vegetarians", it can be found that vegetarianism is the first to become popular among the social elite because it is seen as a healthier, greener way of life.So does vegetarianism have some sort of class barrier because it's labeled as an identity?
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