Pork Roasts: 250 feminist cartoons was an international traveling exhibition of work by cartoonists from thirteen countries.

In her review of an art exhibit and the accompanying catalogue of feminist cartoons, Rosenberg describes as "feminist" cartoons that show an awareness and exposure of the ways in which gender shapes experiences and perceptions in the situations depicted. She also insists that the gender patterns that create male privilege, and not men per se, are being "roasted."[1]

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  1. Krumholz, Linda and Estella Lauter; " Annotated Bibliography Of Feminist Aesthetics In The Literary, Performing And Visual Arts: 1970-1990", Accessed 30 June 2014.

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