Sunday, September 21, 2008

Can EcoLiving Be A Feminist Act? BlogHer Post

I'm a little behind in my cross-posting -- I put this post up on BlogHer on Friday, in response to the feature story in this month's Brain, Child. It's a great set of reflections from the author of Grassfed Gourmet (and a much more off-the-grid eco mama than me - think literal milking of the cows). I so agree with her; living sustainably doesn't have to be a throwback, antifeminist stance.

5 comments:

Mrs. G. said...

Thanks for the link.

Susannah said...

Great post! It reminded me to ask if you'd seen the Washington Post Food section last week and Barbara Damrosch's priceless lines: "...I wonder if some future study called 'Food of the Petroleum Era,' written in an age returned by necessity to the laws of nature, will find our food quainter still. 'Here's a recipe for fall mushrooms with spring lamb. Imagine that.'"

Nora Bee said...

I really like this, thanks!

Jocelyn said...

I'm off to read up!

JOSEPH GELB said...

yeh great post and opinion