Every Woman Runner Knows the Man Who Won't Be Passed
Plus, on alt meat
Good morning and happy Monday! I spent my whole weekend in northern New Mexico climbing, camping, and celebrating one of my dogs’ 15th birthdays and another ones’ first camping trip.
I’m running late today, so keeping it brief this week!
What I’m reading
Every Woman Runner Knows the Man Who Won't Be Passed: What's so upsetting about letting a woman be faster than you? [Anne-Laure White and Aude White for Outside]
We Need to Stop Shaming for Not Being Perfect Environmentalists: “You don’t need to drive an electric car, have solar panels on your home and travel exclusively by bicycle to be a climate activist. You don’t need to be a vegetarian or vegan. Those are all great things to do, but if you can’t do those things, don’t let it hinder you from having a bigger voice and advocate for large-scale policy change.” [Caroline Gleich on Instagram]
Junko Kazukawa Won't Be Slowed Down: She's the first person to finish the Leadville Race Series and the Grand Slam of Ultrarunning in a single season. [Graham Averill for Outside]
This Is the Beginning of the End of the Beef Industry: Alt meat isn't going to stay alt for long, and cattle are looking more and more like stranded assets. [Rowan Jacobsen for Outside]