I thought that the presentation was a very succinct delivery of information on perceiving everyday interactions with the food we consume under the queer and feministic lenses. I enjoyed her explorations into the deeper meanings of the stories we read. She provided perspectives I would have never considered by showing experiences of marginalized individuals through food; which is intricately woven into social, economic, gendered, or sexualized interactions that cause a number of emotions, presumptions, or environments. I wish that she would have gone more in-depth about the queer movement for African-American’s and other minorities that come from different cultures, different standards, and definitely different experiences than white women or white queer rhetoric. She had a bunch for POC! I just wish the discussion could’ve been shifted to give some much-deserved attention.