February 11 - Naturalize eating flesh is natural/inevitable...

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February 11, 2008 Naturalize eating flesh is natural/inevitable; making it natural how we treat animals Personal & political personal issues include political issues; silence is complicit Feminist resolution to equating oppressed human group with animalness separate/ignore it; ignore relationality Flight from specificity “John beat Mary” “Mary was beaten” “Mary beaten” “battered women” euphemism Animal welfare vs. animal defense improving conditions for animals vs. eliminating cruelty towards/slaughter of animals improve use of animals vs. no use of animals Sexual Politics of Meat Myth from Bushman men were hunters; women were gatherers men found fire; found women’s camp & women cook food for him women cook meat for men Men eat meat; women eat vegetables Old societies women ate vegetables, fruits, grains; laborers ate complex carbs; men & people with power ate meat Women deprive themselves to give men the better food
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