When you're a vegan, you have a whole other set of problems to deal with than non-vegs, like the fact that you're compared to "normal" people as if you're wholly not normal for your health decisions. In truth, living your life on a primarily plant-based diet is a totally normal and healthy choice for most people. Still, it seems like some people view your decisions as if you're a Tyrannosaurus Rex running around the grocery store, wreaking havoc on everyone else's experience. People who are vegan have a whole set of struggles that you wouldn't even understand, unless you've tried a serious dietary shift in your own life.
Most people know about the no-eating-animals part of veganism, but it's probably blurry for them beyond that. The easiest way to understand veganism is through what it does encourage, rather than what it doesn't allow. Vegans prioritize healthy and wholesome nutrition via natural, plant-based sources, eating veggies, legumes, nuts, fruits and whole grains to get all of the sustenance they need. They can also still eat Oreos, but that's neither here nor there. Here are seven struggles Vegans deal with on a daily basis, which you could probably deal with by not treating them this way: