The Feminist Steak: Recipe Included

Meat-eating sounds not-so-feminist, huh? No. Eating a steak is about self-love. I will tell you why.


A Steak by your choice

A PMS appetite and a partner who would share half of your housework (optional, just to achieve the best result)

Olive oil (save some for your hair)

Salt (the tears of your enemies, not yours)

Pepper (don’t be afraid to be hot)


Season the steak with peppers and salt generously (for real; salt and peppers cost very little that you should take this step seriously, shake it hard, girl)

Brown the steak with olive oil on a pan; 3-5 minutes each side until desired results achieved (usually no more than 25 minutes for beef steak)

Why eating steaks is feminist?

Simple. It’s delicious. It can make a woman happy and healthy. If you happened to find a good steak and feel it melted in your mouth, it feels better than sex —- well, let’s face it, sex to many women just means faking orgasm in bed. The pleasure of eating steaks is so private, genuine, and real.

The chunk you suck between your sexy lips would seduce you to crush it, to chew on it. The meaty juice would splash when you grind it, all at your own pace. The juice is thin and crispy, never too sticky or heavy. At this point, you would want to swallow it to make the chunk entirely yours.

Beef steaks have a lot of iron and nutrients. A lot of us women lost so much blood every month. We have to replenish what we lost. Of course, there are many ways to be healthy. But I highly recommend a delicious one.

The Manifesto

Why does a woman like me NEED to write a blog?

I am fed up with being interrupted, stopped, and silenced by men.
(Indeed, those who won’t shut in the meetings are men.)

I am Hungry and Keen. I am a HK feminist.
(Indeed, too many food shows have featured exclusively men, especially white men. How often did you see a woman traveling to exotic places like the Far East to enjoy the local cuisines on TV? Shoot me one if you’ve ever seen one.)

I love being heard.
(Indeed, women are still less visible than men in many aspects.)

I want to enjoy writing.
(Indeed, I wrote a lot for my career. But it is not so fun.)

I want to feel sexy and hot.
(Indeed, good erotica for women is a rare breed. We urgently need that! Let me play dirt.)

I want to create my own playground.
(Indeed, social media fame is exhausting. Let’s not play by their rule.)

Shoot me some juicy, sexy, healthy tips to be a hungry and keen feminist! Looking forward.