Category Archives: Fat, fat and more fat

Cartoon: What I Wish I Said / What I Said

If you like these cartoons, help me make more by supporting my patreon! I make a living because lots of people support me with $1 pledges. Although I draw this strip from the perspective of a fat man, I think … Continue reading

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Cartoon: Where’s The Fat Shaming? (With Becky Hawkins)

If you like these cartoons, please consider supporting my patreon! A $1 pledge really helps me keep going. It’s another collaboration with the marvelous Becky Hawkins! This is the sixth political cartoon Becky and I have done together; you can … Continue reading

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Cartoon: Doctors and Fat Patients

If you enjoy these cartoons, you can help me make more by supporting my Patreon. A $1 pledge really helps! If you hang out for any time among the “fat acceptance” crowd, you’re going to hear the same thing again … Continue reading

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Giles Coren: Garbage Human, Fatphobe and, Horrifyingly, Father (Guest Post)

[This post is by Ragen Chastain, reprinted with her permission from Dances With Fat.] Giles Coren writes a column for Esquire about fatherhood. His most recent piece is titled: “I Don’t Care What My Son Becomes… As Long As He … Continue reading

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Cartoon: What We Tell Fat People

I have a new cartoon up at Everyday Feminism! If you enjoy these cartoons, and can spare it, please support my patreon. A $1 pledge means a lot. Transcript of cartoon: Title: What We Tell Fat People Panel 1 (A … Continue reading

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On being fat and liking creators who have done anti-fat material

I love some of Tina Fey’s work. But she tells fat jokes, including a sketch where she appeared in a fat suit. I love The Simpsons, but soooo many fat jokes. By far my favorite MCU work is Jessica Jones, … Continue reading

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I’m Asking You For A Peer-Reviewed Study Showing That A Typical Fat Person Can Become Sustainably Non-Fat Through Deliberate Weight-Loss

Hi! If you’ve been directed to this post, it’s probably because we’re discussing if there’s any practical, sustainable, healthy way for a typical fat person to choose to no longer be fat. As part of this discussion, I’ve asked you … Continue reading

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Why Feminists Shouldn’t Use “Neckbeard”

My newest “Everyday Feminism” cartoon. TRANSCRIPT OF CARTOON (At the top of the cartoon, large cartoon-style letters spell out “NECKBEARD.” Each letter is growing stubble hairs out of its lowest third.) (Behind all the panels is a large drawing of … Continue reading

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Odds of a severely obese woman becoming “normal” weight: 1 in 677. For men, 1 in 1290.

[Image from Jes Baker’s awesome “Empower All Bodies” project.] Another reason it just makes more sense to encourage fat people to love our bodies, rather than teaching fat people to hate our bodies until we attain “normal” weight: The chance … Continue reading

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Some Criticism Of That Swedish “Fat And Fit is a Myth” Study

So a new Swedish study has been making headlines: ‘You cannot be fat AND fit’: Study warns obese people still have greater health risks – Mirror Online ‘Fat But Fit’ Is Not Good For Health: Study ‘Fat but fit’ counts … Continue reading

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