Season 3, Episode 12: Fat through the ages
This week we’ll discuss Disney Channel Original Movies, Missy Elliott, and perceptions of fatness through the ages.
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Mentioned in this episode:
I’m Obsessed: Professional dancer/April’s friend Rachel Gladney. This SNL sketch and this SNL sketch. Alicia Keys messing up a note. April’s BED - discount code is “SAF.” Uncivil’s recent episode. Jason Derulo sings opera. Post-French Revolution parties. “Lock Up Your Daughters Because They Are Terrifying.” The Almost 30 episode we’re on! The More Than A Pretty Face episode we’re on! Other information about fat academics/resources.
Tip Jar: Grayscale phone screens.
The Meat of It: Venus of Willendorf. The Bathers by Renoir. Chubby white women in Baroque paintings. Fat people from the OG Paleo diet. The Metamorphoses of Fat: A History of Obesity – reviewed by Dr Katherine Harvey. Medieval POC. Queen Victoria’s ENORMOUS UNDERWEAR. “Stout” corsets. Lord Byron. A History of “Obesity.” Sources from Kathy and Another One. Diet advice from the Greeks.Religious stigmatization of fat bodies. Wall-E’s fat people scene. TVTropes - Big Fat Future. Michael Hobbes’ HuffPo piece featuring Corissa.
Ask a Fattie: Disney Channel Original Movies.
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