It should come as no surprise that vegans would have a forum to display vegan personals. A quick Google-check on my part displayed no less than 20 pages of such sites. I'm sure more exist. I noticed nothing especially different from vegan personals and any other personals site, except the obvious. All of these men and women were strict vegans. Having established that fact right up front I'm sure the sky is the limit.
During my cursory check of many of these sites, a few stood out and bear further research: one called Vegan Passions grabbed my attention, and another called Jewish Vegans seemed interesting. I liked the one called vegan passions because I think it's an example of brilliant marketing. Without even entering the site, I have images in my mind of women gallivanting around in g-strings or less. All extremely passionate. Of course they're all munching on tofu and carrot sticks, but is that really a reason to kick someone out of bed?
Jewish vegans seemed a bit more secular as far as vegan personals are concerned. Not enough to have veganism in common, but if a man and woman or any other combination can enjoy soy milk and find common ground in their religion - hey, more power to them. A lot of these vegan personals were in the United Kingdom, which makes me wonder if there are more vegans in Europe than elsewhere. Quite a few were from New Zealand. I know New Zealand is kind of remote. A lot of wide open space. So maybe those were legit. Or maybe it was just men and women looking for mates.
Of course you know there is a difference between vegans and vegetarians. Vegetarians almost seem like juvenile delinquents in comparison because - after all - vegetarians eat dairy products. So what happens if a vegetarian posts his or her information on a site for vegan personals? Or vice-versa? What happens if these people actually meet? At what point does the bluff become apparent? During dinner? In bed? (I can see it now, "Sorry Bob, But I don't eat meat")
I don't see how vegan personals can tolerate a vegetarian or anyone else for that matter, who doesn't strictly adhere to the rules and regulations of being a vegan. The vegan personals that I saw pretty much spell this out in advance. But again, we're talking human nature here. If you see an attractive man or woman's photo and bio in a vegan personals forum are you really going to 'fess up if you enjoy a steak every now and then? What about the morning after? After a vegan date and a night of vegan passion, do you spoil everything during a vegan breakfast? Of course not! Especially if your vegan breakfast consist of vegan pancakes.
Maybe I'm being too realistic here, but I wonder if half the vegans listed on vegan personals are actually vegans at all! I think most people that cruise personals-forums just try and let the numbers work for them. Heck, most of it is fake anyway. A person can create any number of personas: one vegan, one vegetarian, one Caucasian, one black, one from Mars. Until the couple actually meets, does it really matter?