“There are people who are fat, they don’t necessarily want to change that, they are okay with being fat”

“What I wanted to achieve with Fat Eire was to make fat a conscious issue in Ireland in the first place. And also to start a conversation about what obesity is, as opposed to just being something to be ridiculed or shamed.” Emily O’Brien talks about her new Arts Council-funded publication Fat Eire, an annual magazine, the first issue of which will be published this September.

Obviously obesity is something that people don’t want to talk about or be about. The release is about doing the opposite of that, showing people that we’re going to talk about this and that there are people who are fat, who don’t necessarily want to change that, who are okay with being fat . That’s kind of what it was made for. For fat people in Ireland.”

https://www.independent.ie/life/health-wellbeing/health-features/there-are-people-who-are-fat-who-dont-necessarily-want-to-change-that-who-are-ok-with-being-fat-41911469.html “There are people who are fat, they don’t necessarily want to change that, they are okay with being fat”

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