I am currently reading What’s Wrong with Fat? by sociologist Abigail C. Saguy and I am ready to become that girl—you know, the one who highlights or underlines entire paragraphs. Saguy examines the construction and contestation of social meanings attached to fatness & so far it is phenomenal.
edited to add the answer to the titular question is: why do we frame fat as wrong? I am currently reading What’s Wrong with Fat? by sociologist Abigail C. Saguy and I am ready to become that girl—you know, the one who highlights or underlines entire paragraphs. Saguy examines the construction and contestation of social meanings attached to fatness & so far it is phenomenal.
edited to add the answer to the titular question is: why do we frame fat as wrong? I am currently reading What’s Wrong with Fat? by sociologist Abigail C. Saguy and I am ready to become that girl—you know, the one who highlights or underlines entire paragraphs. Saguy examines the construction and contestation of social meanings attached to fatness & so far it is phenomenal.
edited to add the answer to the titular question is: why do we frame fat as wrong?

I am currently reading What’s Wrong with Fat? by sociologist Abigail C. Saguy and I am ready to become that girl—you know, the one who¬†highlights¬†or underlines entire paragraphs. Saguy examines the construction and contestation of social meanings attached to fatness & so far it is phenomenal.

edited to add the answer to the titular question is: why do we frame fat as wrong?