Author Seeks Revenge On Gwyneth Paltrow With Meat In East Hampton

Several renowned authors including Christina Oxenberg, Jay McInerney and Candace Bushnell appeared at East Hampton Library’s Authors Night this past weekend for a fundraiser. According to a New York Post article, they were not happy when Gwyneth Paltrow stole their limelight by appearing with her family and entourage to promote her cookbook It’s All Good. Sour grapes? I think so. How did the authors handle it? By placing stinky meat products near Gwyneth’s table and publicly mocking her vegan lifestyle. And Gwyneth is not even a vegan! 

It’s not that I’m a huge Gwyneth-lover coming to her defense. She clearly doesn’t need my help. But what’s with all the vegan bashing? Why do these writers feel compelled to portray veganism as a trendy diet for privileged celebrities? They are authors, after all. Shouldn’t they be well-read? Didn’t they read bestsellers such as The China Study by T. Colin Campbell and Eating Animals by the well-respected author Jonathan Safran Foer? I guess not. Maybe they just don’t care about issues of health, the environment, and animal cruelty. Or maybe they don’t read books other than their own. Tsk tsk!

Author Christina Oxenberg, who was seated at the table next to Gwyneth at the event...

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Debby Sunshine August 16, 2013 at 07:53 PM
Do you really know that many vegetarians/vegans to generalize that way?


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