Yep, We Said Fat

Alison and I have circled many of the same people and scenes for awhile now, it was great to finally meet her. All of the kind words I had heard and the voice I saw on her instagram- uplifting, confident and unashamed, were totally confirmed. I really enjoyed our conversation about body acceptance and fat-phobia. Take a look.

You can keep up with Alison and her mission to spread body positive content across the instagrams at yung_clitoris_ .

Jenna made a point to mention Stitch Fix as an alternative to the sometimes challenging experience of shopping for clothes as well as the work of old favorite, Michael Pollan.

Our caller Sara brought up The Activist Mommy and her so called ‘Freedom March.’ It seems to be a barely covered event so forgive my source here but from what I’m reading, that’s probably for the best.

We also talked about BMI, and I found it useful to do a bit more digging.

Finally Alison brought up a few of her body positive Instafaves-

thefatsextherapist

ashleighchubbybunny

bodyimage_therapist

Julia Sweeney and Aidy Bryant as Annie and Vera Easton in  Shrill

Julia Sweeney and Aidy Bryant as Annie and Vera Easton in Shrill