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Letters & Comments
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• foodstuff from the Cusps: A Q&A with Kay Ulanday Barrett | Amelia Ayrelan Iuvino
The complain List
On the Record—Kathleen Hanna talks in regards to the grrrl she was once and the lady she is now | Sarah Mirk
On the Counter—The slow-roasted sexism of forte espresso | Lisa Knisely
On the Table—Did women's lib quite kill the selfmade meal? | Sarah-Jane Stratford
Craving the Other—One woman's pork with cultural appropriation. | Soleil Ho
Growing Pains: Why exertions is the genuine foodstuff stream we should always be being attentive. | s.e. smith
Feast Your Eyes—Nine artists encouraged by means of nutrients. | Various
Clip Artists—Women, paintings, and severe couponing. | Adrienne Rose Johnson
Redefined Palate—Sistah Vegan Project's Breeze Harper dishes on conscious consuming. | Vera Chang
Eating Out—Real speak with Meaty's Samantha Irby. | J.J. Keith
The Cellophane Ceiling—The gender dynamics of ability and serving on foodstuff television. | Kate Forbes
And She Was—The tale of the best woman staff you've by no means heard of. | Lindsay Zoladz
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Adventures in Feministory Comics: Queen Ka'ahumanu Emi Gennis
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