The Sexual Politics of Meat (20th Anniversary Edition): A Feminist-Vegetarian Critical Theory
'The Sexual Politics of Meat' argues that what, or more precisely who, people eat is determined by the patriarchal politics of culture, and that the meanings attached to meat eating are often clustered around virility.
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Preface to the Twentieth Anniversary Edition
Preface to the Tenth Anniversary Edition
Preface to the Original Edition
The Patriarchal Texts of Meat
From the Belly of Zeus
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