20 Badass Veg Women Who Are Making History

Here are 20 of our favorite veg women!
1. Betty White
Everyone loves Betty White. A vegetarian for more than three decades, you can love her a little more (if that’s even possible) knowing how incredibly compassionate she is.
2. Dolores Huerta
American labor leader, civil rights activist, and co-founder of the National Farm Workers Association, Dolores Huerta is a vegetarian role model and inspiration to many.
3. Jane Goodall
Well-known for her work with chimpanzees, Jane Goodall spoke about the link between meat and climate change at the U.N. Climate Summit in Paris last year.
4. Seba Johnson
The youngest Alpine ski racer in Olympic history and a vegan since birth, Seba Johnson is a proud supporter of Mercy For Animals.
5. Ellen DeGeneres
Animal advocate Ellen DeGeneres is outspoken about her choice to leave animals off her plate. DeGeneres even has a “Going Vegan with Ellen” section on her website.
6. Emily Deschanel
Famous for her role as Dr. Temperance Brennan on Bones, Emily Deschanel has been vegan for more than 20 years and was the recipient of MFA’sCompassionate Leadership Award in 2012!
7. Venus Williams
Tennis pro Venus Williams was the first black woman to be named World No. 1 in singles. Williams adopted a vegan diet to remedy her fatigue and pain resulting from an autoimmune disease.
8. Jenna Talackova
Supermodel Jenna Talackova successfully opened up the Miss Universe pageant to transgender women. Talackova chooses a vegan diet for reasons of health and personal ethics.
9. Babette Davis
Babette Davis is co-owner and chef at Stuff I Eat, a restaurant in South Los Angeles that offers all-vegan, mostly organic food! See for yourself.
10. Carol J. Adams
Carol J. Adams is a renowned feminist vegan and author of The Sexual Politics of Meat, a groundbreaking book that explores the relationship between meat eating and patriarchal values.
11. Pamela Anderson
Everyone has heard of Pamela Anderson. But what you may not know is that this star is a true champion for animals, lending her name to various campaigns promoting a vegan diet.
12. Erykah Badu
Award-winning singer and songwriter Erykah Badu has been vegan for more than 20 years. “Vegan food is soul food in its truest form,” she declares.
13. Diane Warren
Hailed by some as “the most important songwriter in the world,” famed Grammy award winner Diane Warren has composed for Whitney Houston, Cher, Aerosmith, Lady Gaga, and more!
14. Miley Cyrus
Inspired to go vegan by the loss of her blowfish, pop star Miley Cyrus discussed her compassionate lifestyle on Jimmy Fallon and posted about it on Instagram.
15. Miyoko Schinner

Miyoko Schinner, the formidable force behind Miyoko’s Creamery, is changing the game not only for vegan cheese, but also for the farmed animals she rescues in her spare time.

16. Elizabeth Holmes
Entrepreneur and vegan Elizabeth Holmes became the world’s youngest self-made female billionaire at the age of 19. Holmes has also been named one ofTime’s “100 Most Influential People.”
17. Persia White
Known for her role on the sitcom Girlfriends, Persia White co-producedEarthlings, a powerful documentary that explores our relationship with nonhuman animals, including those used in food production.
18. Dotsie Bausch
In 2012, Dotsie Bausch won an Olympic silver medal, making her the oldest woman to do so in her sport. And she did it all as a vegan. Watch her incredible story here.
19. Tulsi Gabbard
Elected in 2013, U.S. representative from Hawaii Tulsi Gabbard was the first American Samoan and the first Hindu member of Congress. Congresswoman Gabbard follows a vegetarian diet.
20. Steph Davis
Famed rock climber Steph Davis is one of the leading female free climbers in the world. Vegan for more than 10 years, Davis is also a passionate advocate for animals.
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