EPISODE 13: TRAVELING WHILE FAT

This week, we discuss “customer of size” policies and our top travel tips, gifts for educating your family on the bodyposi lifestyle, and Aunt Terri.  Also covered: a Jabba update, dry shampoo, and Pikachu.

This episode is sponsored by Cake Plus-Size Resale, a body positive resale boutique. Cake has both an online shop and a brick-and-mortar store in Minneapolis. Cake Plus-Size Resale is for people of all genders sizes XL and up. They offer all kinds of clothes with femme, masc, and androgynous styles.

Go to www.cakeplussize.com and enter code SAF at checkout for 10% off until December 31st.

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Mentioned in this episode:

I’m Obsessed:

Sophie’s Glossier referral link for 10% off. Pikachu can talk. Bodak Yellow as a Gospel song. Tila Tequila and other famous Flat-Earthers. Demeter fragrances - Honeysuckle and Mulled Cider. Origins of the Polka “doco.”

The Meat Of It:

Earplanes. Airline seats are getting smaller. Southwest Customer of Size Policy.

Ask A Fattie:

Our resource page. The Body Positive’s book. Intersectional books for kids. Bitch Media. Safety Pin Box. Shrill, by Lindy West. The Turner House, by Angela Flournoy. Redefining Realness, by Janet Mock. This Is Just My Face, by Gabourey Sidibe. Dumplin, by Julie Murphy. Dietland, by Sarai Walker. Miss Representation. Embrace documentary. Kate Harding. Bustle’s strategies for talking with family members.

It’s Okay, You Can Ask:

Adele/dry shampoo. The links above may contain affiliate links. Using affiliate links helps us earn a percentage of any purchase you may make on that website, and those earnings will be used to improve our production.