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Getting Down at the Fat Girl’s Ball (1994)

by Betty Rose Dudley, Common Lives / Lesbian Lives 51, 1994

Doing Donahue (1986)

by Judy Freespirit, Common Lives / Lesbian Lives Issue 20, 1986

From a Fat Dyke…(1982)

by Sheena Ann Lawrence, Common Lives / Lesbian Lives 6, 1982

THEY ARE TRYING TO KILL US (but it’s for our own good) (1981)

by Kelly, from Common Lives / Lesbian Lives, Issue #1, 1981

To Love and Be Loved From the Fat Perspective (2020)

By Da’Shaun Harrison, from Wear Your Voice

Leaning Into Insecurity and Ugliness As An Essential Politic (2020)

I want us to know Insecurity as intimately as we know the marginalized pieces of ourselves: as valid, as identities, and as political. By Da’Shaun Harrison, from Wear Your Voice

Fat People Must Become a Priority to the Left (2019)

Fat folks carry the weight of the work in left spaces while our bodies and material realities are continually othered and written off. By Da’Shaun Harrison, from Wear Your Voice

Desirability: Do You Really Love Fat People When You Can’t Even See Us Beyond The Political? (2019)

Our bodies take up more space than the world ever makes for us, yet somehow desirability finds a way to keep us out. By Da’Shaun Harrison, from Wear Your Voice

How ‘Queen & Slim’ Mistreats Fat Black Folks (2019)

By Da’Shaun Harrison from Wear Your Voice

Forcing Children To Lose Weight Is Child Abuse (2020)

Forcing exercise and diets on your children is an attempt to punish them for their (perceived) fatness and that is abuse. by Da’Shaun Harrison, from Wear Your Voice

Fat Studies, Body and Desirability Politics: A Reading List (2020)

These authors and their books are shaping fat studies in essential ways. By Da’Shaun Harrison, from Wear Your Voice.

Diet Culture and Weight Loss Programs Are A Scam (2020)

By Da’Shaun Harrison, from Wear Your Voice, 2020.

Celebrating Adele’s Weight “Loss” Promotes Fatphobia and Misogyny (2020)

By Da’Shaun Harrison, from Wear Your Voice Magazine, May, 2020.

Not All Fat Black Boys Know How to Eat (2020)

By Da’Shaun Harrison, from Wear Your Voice Magazine, June 2020.

Fat Zine Colectivo Confinamiento, Num. 2 (2020)

Fanzine de Magda Piñeyro, Arte Mapache, Gordafest, y Fatzine Colectivo. 2020

La Asistencia social como un asunto de las mujeres (1972)

Artículo por Johnnie Tillmon, del Servicio de Noticias de Liberación (US) 1972

Concerning Fat Dykes: A Fat “Womonifesto” / Miss Fat Manners Rules of Etiquette (1986)

Two short pieces by Valley Fat Dykes, from Common Lives/Lesbian Lives issue 20, 1986.

Elana Dykewomon — Fat Liberation People’s History (2022)

Fat Liberation People’s History project, video interview with Elana Dykewomon.
May 8, 2022.
85 minutes.

Fat: The Play: The Zine (2014)

A zine produced by the cast and crew of Fat: The Play. Caleb Luna, Jules Pashall, Erin Burrows, Althea Clemons, Nicole Arteaga, Dan Miller, Sandy Pee. Austin, TX, US, 2014

Climate Change Disasters Leave Fat and Disabled People Even More Vulnerable to Harm (2021)

By Da’Shaun Harrison, from Wear Your Voice, 2021.

NOLOSE Keynote Address, Heather MacAllister (2006)

Heather MacAllister’s Keynote Address at NOLOSE (fat, queer conference) in 2006 at Menla Mountain Retreat Center in Phoenicia, NY, US.

NOLOSE Keynote Address by Geleni Fontaine (2008)

Geleni Fontaine’s keynote address given at NOLOSE (fat queer conference) in 2008, in Northampton, MA, US.

I Think I Came Out the First Time I Didn’t Fuck Someone Back (2009)

By Hana Malia. From the Femme Zine, published by Femme Family NYC, 2009.

Cuerpos sin patrones (2016)

Compilación de ensayos sobre activismo gordx. Por Laura Contrera y Nicolás Cuello (Compiladores)
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Interdependence and Healing Justice: A Holistic Perspective (2013)

Keynote Speech by Geleni Fontaine,
Philly Trans Health Conference,
June, 2013

La Cerda Punk: Ensayos desde un Feminismo Gordo, Lésbiko, Antikapitalista y Antiespecista (2014)

The Punk Pig: Essays from a Fat, Lesbian, Anti-Capitalist and Anti-species Feminism. by Constanzx Alvarez Castillo, 2014

A conversation with FaT GiRL zine (1994-97) collective members (2022)

Cultural historian Cookie Woolner interviews FaT GIRL zine collective members Barbarism, Candida, Max and Sondra about what creating FaT GiRL was like and how that time relates to fat, queer life today.

This conversation kicks off Fat Liberation Archive’s first series of conversations about fat liberation history. June, 2022

Fat kinship for love and liberation: a dialogue across difference (2022)

A conversation between fat queer friends Caleb Luna and Jules Pashall about their fat friendship. Fat Studies, 2022.
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Towards a Fatter Insurrection: Introduction to a Revolutionary Body Liberation Movement (2015)

Article by Shane Burley from 2015, published by the Institute for Anarchist Studies.
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Venus Envy (1993)

An early 90s zine from the midwest US.
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