Hi all! I've been considering going vegan for a while now for ethical reasons, but after doing some research, I think it'll be a slow transition for me. My problem is I feel selfish for not immediately quitting animal products cold turkey. I suppose slowly transitioning, no matter how slow, is much better than not transitioning at all, but I still can't help but feel selfish for wanting to take a slow transition. I suspect it will be considerably easier to adjust to a mostly vegan diet once I move out later this year, though. But 'mostly vegan diet' is the key phrase. It must sound incredibly selfish, but I can't imagine giving up all seafood *yet*. Pescetarian would be the term for that, but even that sounds a bit hypocritical - caring about animals 'but not fish'. Is it okay to seek out ethical seafood? Is ethical seafood even a thing? I think I'll start by simply reducing my meat intake (which shouldn't be hard since I don't eat that much meat anyway), then work toward a pescetarian diet, then eventually transition to a vegetarian or vegan diet/lifestyle. I'm very new to all of this but I guess my overall question is am I selfish for wanting to take a slow transition?