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
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
These authors and their books are shaping fat studies in essential ways. By Da’Shaun Harrison, from Wear Your Voice.
By Da’Shaun Harrison, from Wear Your Voice, 2020.
By Da’Shaun Harrison, from Wear Your Voice Magazine, May, 2020.
By Da’Shaun Harrison, from Wear Your Voice Magazine, June 2020.
Fanzine de Magda Piñeyro, Arte Mapache, Gordafest, y Fatzine Colectivo. 2020
Fat Liberation People’s History project, video interview with Elana Dykewomon.
May 8, 2022.
By Da’Shaun Harrison, from Wear Your Voice, 2021.
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
A conversation between fat queer friends Caleb Luna and Jules Pashall about their fat friendship. Fat Studies, 2022.
A podcast that brings insights from disabled scholars, activists, artists, and allies in disability and mad studies from around the world. Episode 10 (December 2019) welcomes disabled fat queer activist and artist Tracy Tidgwell.
Includes “Fat Mutual Aid,” by Max Airborne, “Pod Mapping for Mutual Aid,” by Rebel Sidney Black, a Pod Mapping Template from BATJC and a few illustrations by Max Airborne. 2021
A zine by participants of the Fat Performance DIY Workshop, London, March, 2021
This guide explores Live Art Development Agency’s holdings on fat and Live Art. It’s also about what it’s like to be in the space whilst fat and about finding hidden knowledge. 2021 by Charlotte Cooper.