In a culture where most fat people in the media have missing heads – the anonymous, decapitated, interchangeable blobs whose photos accompany scary news stories about obesity – a fat woman with a voice can be threatening, not just to bullies, misogynists and anti-obesity crusaders, but to many of those who consider themselves to be enlightened, too
In a culture where most fat people in the media have missing heads – the anonymous, decapitated, interchangeable blobs whose photos accompany scary news stories about obesity – a fat woman with a voice can be threatening, not just to bullies, misogynists and anti-obesity crusaders, but to many of those who consider themselves to be enlightened, too Digital Vision. Getty Images
In a culture where most fat people in the media have missing heads – the anonymous, decapitated, interchangeable blobs whose photos accompany scary news stories about obesity – a fat woman with a voice can be threatening, not just to bullies, misogynists and anti-obesity crusaders, but to many of those who consider themselves to be enlightened, too Digital Vision. Getty Images