PART II: Milk and the Nature of Things: Gender, Race, Class, Species“The concealment of breastfeeding rests equally, if not more, on squeamishness relating to bodily function: the fact that food comes out of our bodies is an unsettling thought in a culture that rarely remembers food growing on trees”–Fiona Giles Fresh Milk [*]“Separate lexicons suggest opposite behaviors and attributes. We eat,

Source: H.E.A.L.T.H.

More on ecology:

  1. The Identity Politics of Breasts: Male Lactation and the Political Economy of Wo/Man (part 2)
  2. The Identity Politics of Breasts: Male Lactation and the Political Economy of Wo/Man (part 1)
  3. Eating our Way to Global Citizenship
  4. Cautious Optimism Amid Indications of an Increasingly Destructive Oil Leak in the Gulf of Mexico
  5. Communicating Science to Diverse Audiences: A Case Study