Prudes at Dinner, Gluttons in Bed
One of our NeW leaders emailed me to let me know that her chapter was going to be discussing a column by George Will at their next meeting. She wanted me to share the article, Prudes at Dinner, Gluttons in Bed
, on the blog. Here is how it starts,
"Put down that cheeseburger and listen up: If food has become what sex was a generation ago -- the intimidatingly intelligent Mary Eberstadt says it has -- then a cheeseburger is akin to adultery, or worse. As eating has become highly charged with moral judgments, sex has become notably less so, and Eberstadt, a fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution, thinks these trends involving two primal appetites are related.