An Iced Cold Glass of Momma’s Milk?

In the April 29-May 1, 2011 issue of the METRO, there was a brief article titled “Human cheese, please.” Back in the spring, NYU grad student, Miriam Simun was exhibiting her “Human Cheese” at the Michael Mut Gallery. The exhibit featured ricotta, mozzarella, and blue cheeses that visitors could sample made from the breast milk of three different women. According to Robert Sietsema of the Village Voice, Simun’s cheeses were illegal. Interestingly, one of Sietsema’s main arguments is against, “turning women into farm animals by way of using their milk to make human cheese.” Sietsema continues in his Five Reasons Why Manufacturing … Continue reading An Iced Cold Glass of Momma’s Milk?