Take out misogyny is concerned with the way misogyny, white supremacy, and attitudes toward animals interact through meat advertisements, stereotypes of meat eating, and animal agriculture’s dependence on female reproduction.  Misogyny enables not just the social oppression of women, but along with white supremacy, establishes a hierarchy of entitlement and privilege that is related to attitudes toward animals. To take out misogyny we must first know its reach.

About Carol: Author of The Sexual Politics of Meat now in a 25th anniversary edition, Burger, in Bloomsbury’s Object Lessons Series, and the forthcoming Protest Kitchen: Fight Injustice, Save the Planet, and Fuel Your Resistance One Meal at a Time. Her articles have appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post, Ms. Magazine, The Christian Century, Tikkun, and Truthdig, among others. She has been an activist against domestic violence, racism, and homelessness, and for reproductive justice and fair housing practices. She pioneered work discussing and addressing domestic violence and harm to animals. She is the co-editor of several anthologies, most recently Ecofeminism: Feminist Intersections with Other Animals and the Earth (with Lori Gruen). The Carol J. Adams Reader: Writings and Conversations 1995-2015 appeared in 2016. She is a popular speaker on college campuses and as a keynoter at international conferences. Her writings are the subject of two anthologies, Defiant Daughters: 21 Women of Art, Activism, Animals, and The Sexual Politics of Meat and The Art of the Animal: 14 Women Artists Explore The Sexual Politics of Meat, in which a new generation of feminists, artists, and activists respond to Adams' groundbreaking work. 

She lives in Dallas with her partner and two rescued dogs.

Twitter: @_CarolJAdams
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