Consuming Women, No. 2

June 12th, 2006 3:11 pm by mad mags

Again courtesy of Feministing, yet another misogyny-meets-speciesism advert, this one from rapper Ludacris schriftart bauhaus 93 download kostenlos. In his quest to help out the young wimmins, dear Ludacris narrated a recently released women’s basketball documentary. To which blogger Ann says, “Ludacris empowers and uplifts young ‘hoes'” herunterladen.

Ann includes an excerpt from an ET article:

One of my main reasons in doing it is because of how powerful I think it is for ladies to watch it free music samsung. We have a lot of problems and troubles with the youth, period, but it’s the young women who need to be especially strong at this point. […] I want to empower the young ladies out there herunterladen. It’s about women’s battles on and off the court.

Her reply?:

Like women’s battle not to be seen as meat nachricht und bilder herunterladen? The cover of his album Chicken-n-Beer features Ludacris salting a woman’s leg and getting ready to bite into it windows 7 sprachpaket englisch herunterladen. (Sexual Politics of Meat, anyone?)

Here’s the cover in question, via psn-code-hack herunterladen.


And a second picture, this one of the cover plus a pull-out (my best guess, anyway), which reveals more of the image minecraft kostenlos herunterladen ios.

Of course, the primary message is that women shouldn’t be viewed as (and treated like) “meat” – as objects to be consumed in order to please another thunderbird nicht alle mails herunterladen. The other part of the equation, which is often negelected in discussions of this sort, is the animal, the “meat.” Just as women shouldn’t be objectified, abused, and treated as a means to an end, neither should animals n-id zertifikat herunterladen.

As a feminist, animal rights advocate, and social science geek, this is the sort of topic that fascinates me. Unfortunately (well, fortunately for me!), I’m heading off for a much-deserved three-week vacation soon, so I don’t have time to expound, but this is a hint of what’s to come when I get back and have more time to devote to

Imagery that propagates the women-as-animals meme is, sadly, more common than you might realize. Common enough to justify a recurring “Consuming Women” series, methinks. I’ll post ’em as I find ’em; if you’d like to contribute, send me the image of offense at easyvegan [at] gmail [dot] com.



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