How Women Learned To Love Chocolate
Megan Giller

Enjoyed this morsel very much, thanks, but it exemplifies an Anglocentrism that surprises me in this era of identity politics and post-postcolonial awareness — the way its underlying assumptions about what constitutes pleasure and how that informs relations at various social scales seems so idiosyncratic to WASP ways of being in the world.

Chocolate was being produced and consumed along more meridians than the one that goes through Greenwich, no?