Lunch & Liberation
A feminist perspective on food, eating, and bodies
Twice a month, I’ll send you a story to inspire you to listen to your one and only perfectly imperfect body.
Our cultural dialogue about the dangers of enjoying food (and who GETS to enjoy food) leaves much to be desired.
I’ll give you a regular nudge toward leaving this nonsense behind.
Consent is imporant to me. I want you to know that in addition to talking about body liberation and my favorite type cheddar, every so often I’ll invite you to work with me.
Your biweekly letter contains:
ENCOURAGEMENT TO KEEP NOURISHING YOURSELF AND THRIVING WITHOUT FOOD RULES, WITHOUT TRYING TO BE PERFECT, AND WITH LOTS OF JUICY PEACHES
A STORY ABOUT A FEMME BLAZING TRAILS IN THE SPACE OF FEMINISM, BODY LIBERATION, OR CULINARY ADVENURE
CONTEMPLATION ON HOW OUR SYSTEMS KEEP US STUCK IN BODY COMPARISON, BORING MEALS, AND LACKLUSTER RELATIONSHIPS WITH FOOD
A RECIPE… RANGING FROM THE PERFECT SCRAMBLED EGGS TO A VERY IMPERFECT WEEKNIGHT DINNER
A PEEK INTO HOW I’M DOING MY BEST TO EMBODY THE LIBERATED LIFE (AND TRANSPARENCY ABOUT MY STUMBLES ON THE WAY)
For this biweekly anchor on food, cooking, bodies, feminism, equitable healthcare, and crispy, scrumptious ways to center pleasure in your eating life.