FaT GiRL is sponsoring a film/video showing on “Lesbian Body Politics” Saturday June 17 at 2:00 pm at the Victoria Theater (16th and Mission)—not to be missed!
We are told that we are unhealthy and at risk for so many things; but being fat also reduces our chances of suffering from certain conditions.
by Lori Ann Selke
A review and some secret activism by M.G. Cimino and Sondra Solo.
Difficult Seductress! Barbarism interviews Dorothy Allison for FaT GiRL #3. June, 1995.
Review of Wry Crips Disabled Women’s Theater’s performance “No Apologies.”
From FaT GiRL #3, June, 1995
Oso’s reflections on no longer being the fattest person in the room. From FaT GiRL #3, June, 1995.
Tristan and Dana talk candidly about their mixed-size relationship. From FaT GiRL #3, June, 1995.
Reader responses to our survey
There is no way we can begin to understand and end fat phobia unless we understand how deeply racism and classism work to sustain fat phobia and vice versa. You cannot discuss fat issues without also looking at the class and race dynamics. This roundtable is an excerpted discussion among fat dykes from the bay area sharing their personal experiences with fat and racism.
From FaT GiRL #3, June, 1995.
A comic by Max Airborne about generations of fat dykes growing apart. From FaT GiRL #3, June, 1995.
Ask the Gear Queen provides tips for dating fat girls.
Fat dyke Lea Arellano has a few words for the concerned writer to Lesbian Connection.
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Title (as given to the record by the creator): Personals & ClassifiedsDate(s) of creation: June, 1995Creator /…