We're just a couple of Utah based fatties bringing you some awesome podcast action!
We will be covering all sorts of topics but some big ones are: fat acceptance, radical self love, health, body politics, happiness, and obviously bodies!
As an eating disorders therapist and woman who spent the majority of my life in the grip of a weight and food obsession, I walk around with my antennae tuned in to whatever might help me understand how we got ourselves into this mess. My young bulimic clients tell me, “Vomiting is no big deal.” Every day, people die from anorexia-related complications.
And let’s face it folks: even many Americans of average weight are preoccupied with food and body image.
She tells us about her love of traveling and how she wants to share her adventures and that of other fat women around the world.
Annette also tells us about her love of summer camp and why she started Fat Camp for other fat women to enjoy a fun summer camp experience in a fat safe space!
We talk about building a positive space for plus size fashion and self love.
Marie shares with us how she started The Curvy Fashionista (TCF) 10 years ago and how it’s transformed.
The mother was chatting on her cell phone while the daughter was clinging to her mom’s leg with one hand and sucking on the thumb of the other.I've seen him a few times around uni (from afar) and he does look quite health concious.It's not like I'm a size 10 and fishing for compliments. We’re just a couple of Utah based fatties bringing you some awesome podcast action!We will be covering all sorts of topics but some big ones are: fat acceptance, radical self love, health, body politics, happiness, and obviously our bodies! On today’s episode we chat with Danielle’s friend Jessica.I'm a size 16 and the largest girl in my flat and recently put weight on in uni, so feeling even larger. Go on it, but let her down gently that she's too big for you / not your type however you want to word it?I've just taken my measurements now and they are as follows (all in inches) Bust: 43" Waist: 37" Hips: 45" Upper thighs: 28" Upper arms: 13.5" Wrists: 7" What would you do in this situation, when she is approaching you? I'm just worried he is going to run a mile when he sees me or just think, what mess have I got myself into, she may eat me. I refrained, though, since the kid, still in diapers, was a little too young for therapy. They are listening when you partake in what I call “fat chat.” They are listening when you say you feel “fat” (which by the way is not a feeling). Fullness is worse.” Every year, my clients get younger.They are listening when you say you were “bad” or “good” or “evil” or “sinned” because of a food you either ate or passed up. I have seen six-year-olds who are already dieting and know about carbs, fats and calories.You can find Annette at: https:// https:// https://twitter.com/From Annette Love Find Fat Girls Traveking at: https://fatgirlstraveling.wordpress.com/ https:// https://hl=en Check out Fat Camp info at: Contact Annette at: [email protected]#travelinclusivity On today’s episode we chat with Kris and Jenny about being queer in the Mormon church.