EPISODE THIRTEEN (AKA I Dance, I Eat A Vegetable, What More Do You Want From Me?!)
HI THERE HELLO. We're so glad you're here.
First! If you haven't read the State of Broads post, please do! Also, if you haven't checked out the two most recent episodes (we sort of snuck them in there!), 11 & 12 are there waiting for you!
Things we talk about this week!
- This American Life (and some reactions to it, including ours!)
- Trash fires from The Richest, Ebony and Vice.
- JC Penney gives marketing without blatant offensiveness a try. (Sort of!)
- APRICOT SEEDS OF DOOM. DO NOT EAT THEM YOU ARE WELCOME.
- There's not a wrong way to be a woman! (This sort of comes across here!)
- The body confidence war (according to Dove) is being lost.
- Leslie Jones & Christian Siriano, intellectually lazy stylists & bloggers and a Kardashian.
- FAT MEN. Hm.
Things worth checking out:
- This post from The Lingerie Addict!
- This poet!
- This cosplay!
- This post on making sure your language about bodies is inclusive of trans people!
- This post about bras!
Our guest for this edition of Fat Chat is the lovely Ashleigh Nicole Tribble. We talk with Ashleigh about recent events in the plus size community. Follow Ashleigh on Instagram!
As always, listener questions are amazing. Send us yours via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or the contact form on this website. (And keep using #bfbdocket to give us topics!)
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As always, thanks so much for listening. We love you.
Also, we affirm our commitment to standing with all marginalized people.
Black Lives Matter.
I'm a little upset with the frequency with which we're having to add on messages because people are facing real world consequences, often deadly for what ultimately boils down to "existing in the wrong body." I'm tired. I want to live. I am not in the mood to entertain people who are so concerned with the lives of black people when it only comes to using men as props or how they give you the (inferior, in your eyes) sexual attention you crave or stand as an object to fetishize. Care about ALL black people. Care about me. Care about the perils and the struggles of existing in this body even when it doesn't benefit you to do so.