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Despite the gains of the women's movement, women are still judged by what they look like--and men, by what they do. Fat--A Fate Worse Than Death? offers hardy resistance to the narrow, random, and irrational appearance standards set for American women through an approach that is personal, eclectic, courageous, and funny. If you are interested in giving up your diet, throwing out your scales, and concentrating on who you are on a deeper level, this book will show you how to accept, appreciate, and even love your body!
|Preface: The Beginning of a Journey|
|My Own Truths Welcome to the World Beyond Size 10 Doubt|
|Whistling in the Dark for You, Jane, Too Late?|
|Who Do I See in Another's Eyes?|
|Tucking in My Blouse Leafletting|
|Good Work Out There I See My Insides/You See My Outsides There's Good Work Out There|
|What Others Are Saying I See My Insides/You See My Outsides|
|The Lifelong Diet What's Funny About Fat? Does ""Old and Fat"" Mean I've Given Up?|
|This Body I Live in|
|What the Out|
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Series: Haworth Innovations in Feminist Studies
Number Of Pages: 212
Published: January 1997
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 19.8 x 12.9 x 1.9
Weight (kg): 0.35
Edition Number: 1