Burn! Baby! Burn!: The Revolutionary Issue

Burn Baby Burn The Revolutionary Issue This fat power zine aims to dispel the stigma surrounding being overweight In addition to editor Wann s writings multiple people share short essays about their weight issues including a diatribe aga

This fat power zine aims to dispel the stigma surrounding being overweight In addition to editor Wann s writings, multiple people share short essays about their weight issues, including a diatribe against Covert Bailey and dealing with familial pressure to lose weight There are also contributed poems about being fat The issue features an article discussing weight discThis fat power zine aims to dispel the stigma surrounding being overweight In addition to editor Wann s writings, multiple people share short essays about their weight issues, including a diatribe against Covert Bailey and dealing with familial pressure to lose weight There are also contributed poems about being fat The issue features an article discussing weight discrimination in the workplace and an interview with Daniel Pinkwater, host of NPR s All Things Considered, about his weight and his novel, The Afterlife Diet.

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Burn! Baby! Burn!: The Revolutionary Issue

  1. Creator of the zine Fat So and author of the book of the same name, Maryilyn can be found on her site fatso along with a wonderful support community for the entire fat acceptance movement Full of humor,resources and a positive chat space, Maryiln has created a flabulous place for all of us delightful fatties.

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