Vystopia Definition

vystopia

[vis-toh-pee-uh]

noun

  1. Existential crisis experienced by vegans, arising out of an awareness of the trance-like collusion with a dystopian world.
  2. Awareness of the greed, ubiquitous animal exploitation, and speciesism in a modern dystopia.

 

adjective; vystopian

 

Examples:
She was living in a vystopia, where those around her were oblivious to their collusion with the system.

The sudden awareness that those in her community had also had a vystopian experience.

Original Usage: The word vystopia was originally coined in 2017 by Australian vegan psychologist Clare Mann.