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On appetites: “Great food is like great sex. The more you have the more you want.” (From Gael Greene, the American writer and restaurant critic who single-handedly taught New York City about fine dining.)


On progression: “Good food does lead to sex. As it should.” (That’s Anthony Bourdain. We miss him.) 


On quality: “Fast sex is like cheap food. It doesn’t nourish the body or the soul.” (We *think* this was journalist Suzanne Fields.) 


On tradeoffs: “Sex without pain is like food with no taste.” (Are you shocked to find out that was Marquis de Sade?)


On neutrality: “Language, journalism, food, sex. All is politics.” (And finally, that’s Nawal El Saadawi.) 

Our third issue will explore desire, repression, resistance, and oppression through stories about women, food, and sex.

Read more and then send us your pitches at Pitches are open until June 11. Issue coming summer 2022.