The radical history of the queer fat liberation movement
12 days ago - By Dazed Digital
“Don't assume... I don't like my body,” begins a manifesto shared at a 1989 Fat Women's conference in London. Known as the “ Fat Dykes Statement” , it contained a list of 29 assumptions, from serious points (“Don't assume... I think your body is better than mine”) alongside more playful ones, which emphasise the ludicrousy of assuming anything about a person based on their body shape (“Don't assume... I want a Diethellip;
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