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At rights movement Demonstrating the extent of fatphobia in society she explains not only how it affects fat women but how the fear of being fat oppresses all women She also looks at health issues challenging the medicalization of fat people and exposing the myths and dangers of dieting and thinness Throughout are the voices of fat women relating their

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  • Joanna

    Kindle CharlotteCooper × Kindle Fat and Proud MOBI ✓ Fat andePUB Ò × pkv1me proud book, Fat and kindle, Fat and Proud ePUBA thought provoking read I read this as part of a feminist book club I have with a friend It certainly generated some strong feelingsThis isn't the first thing I've read about fat activism or size acceptance etc I personally subscribe to the theory of heal


  • Emily

    Kindle CharlotteCooper × Kindle Fat and Proud MOBI ✓ Fat andePUB Ò × pkv1me proud book, Fat and kindle, Fat and Proud ePUBOnly read the first half but it didn't seem like there was enough to be worthwhile Evidence is thrown around but without a clear argument moving it along other than that the author is anti fat shaming culture If anything the case weakens as the book goes on because there are contradictions and a mix of poorly connected citations


  • Kristen

    Kindle CharlotteCooper × Kindle Fat and Proud MOBI ✓ Fat andePUB Ò × pkv1me proud book, Fat and kindle, Fat and Proud ePUBThis book was published in the 90's and it definitely feels dated throughout I would recommend it as a decent overview of sizeism fatphobia and the fat rights movement in the US and Britain My biggest issue was the author's inclusion of interviews and interviewees Cooper weaves women's words and voices throughout the book but without giving proper context to the women or the discussions that lead to their uotes Often it felt like Cooper talked with the women then wrote the majority of the book and plugged in appropriate uotes from the interviewees that bolstered her arguments It made me worry the women might have been taken out of context at times


  • Charlotte

    Kindle CharlotteCooper × Kindle Fat and Proud MOBI ✓ Fat andePUB Ò × pkv1me proud book, Fat and kindle, Fat and Proud ePUBThis is a good book for someone with little to no knowledge about fat activism and fat body politics It starts off a little slow and can sound preachy at times and it is rather radical but it offers a wide range of critiues and a lot of useful information for someone who is just beginning in this field


  • Kazza

    Kindle CharlotteCooper × Kindle Fat and Proud MOBI ✓ Fat andePUB Ò × pkv1me proud book, Fat and kindle, Fat and Proud ePUBReally good overall; however a little dated tries to euate fat oppression with racial oppression at times


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