Found this interesting article on the internet today from last year: Feminism and Vegetarianism | Radfem Hub
It makes what I believe to be a valid point about the connection between meat-eating and the Patriarchy we currently live under. The question it asks is the same one I ask here: are our choices in what we eat political ones? Before ye all jump down my throat about this, consider why you don't eat dog? Is that not a political choice based on the value you put on that animal?
Take the cow for example - repeatedly inseminated (ie: raped) to keep her in a constant state of either pregnancy or milk-production, her young taken from her almost immediately, only for the process to repeat itself ad nausium until she is sent for slaughter - how can that not be a feminist issue? How can the decision to be non-vegan reconcile with feminism - it cannot