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Veganism, Sex & Politics: C Lou Hamilton in veganism & social justice

Saturday, Nov 09 2019
11:00 - 12:00
C Lou Hamilton
location: Bookshop

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Veganism is so much more than what we eat. It’s about striving to live an ethical life in a profoundly unethical world.

What does veganism have to do with wider struggles for social justice - feminism, LGBTQ+ politics, anti-racism, environmentalism? Is being vegan difficult or is it now easier than ever? What are the dangers and irresistible pleasures of living a vegan life.

C. Lou Hamilton dives deep into the heart of these questions at a special coffee morning launch of their book Veganism, Sex and Politics : Tales of Danger & Pleasure! Join us for a lively discussion of the book, an informal chat, a cuppa & some vegan snacks.

“This provocative and imaginative book challenges us to re-examine our usual responses to questions of consumption, ethics, and representation. After all, veganism is not something we can arrive at; it is an ongoing process.” Rasmus R. Simonsen, editor of Critical Perspectives on Veganism.


C. Lou Hamilton is a writer and independent scholar. She has published academic articles and books on feminism, the history of sexuality, oral history, revolutionary movements, sex work and human-animal relations. As an activist she has been involved for many years in feminist and queer collectives, the sex worker rights movement and environmentalism. She lives in London.


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The bookshop is wheelchair accessible, events are seated and speakers use microphones throughout their events. We have further details about accessibility HERE, or feel free to get in touch, we’re happy to help however we can!

The Bookshop operates a Safe Space Policy which all guests and speakers are asked to respect - you can read it here.

As ever we have 15 free tickets available for this event! These are intended to make the evening accessible to those who are unwaged/ on benefits/ might not otherwise be able to attend - If you can afford a £3 ticket please book one as this supports the bookshop and allows us to save free places for those who can’t, thanks!


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