"Well, now that sex and sexuality are personal choice (in theory), food has become the new moral obsession."
"Of course. Haven't you heard the new litany? How much are you eating? You, personally. Of fats. And then also, carbs. Generally are you eating healthy. Are you eating too much. Or are you not eating enough? Are you binging. Bulimic, anorexic. Under or over weight. How's your waist looking? And then, how's your waste looking? Have you any idea the state of your colon. Any at all. When did you last get down and have a really good look, faced your faeces and properly, thoroughly checked for fibre, hard lumps, grease, blood. When was your last detox, if ever. When. When? Be honest."
"No, that's just the beginning, that's just for starters—the entrée! The contents of your own stomach are no longer personal. No longer private. What's really in there, what secrets are you hiding away in your belly? Are you eating organic? Are you eating sustainable, local source. Are you eating fair trade. Are you eating the stone-age diet. Pesco-vegatarian? Proper vegetarian? Or have you done the right thing, have you gone full vegan. Have you gone raw food yet. And if not, why not. Above all though, the cardinal rule—it's what goes into a person, not what comes out, that defiles them. Defines them."