Anonymous asked: Your It Gets Better group at U of T sounds amazing. I know the group is specifically for poc, do you have any events that white allies can attend?
We’re It Gets Fatter but yes, we occasionally do open workshops around Toronto and nearby areas. Like us on FB to stay updated!
Hello! I love your blog, I have a friend who is a proud fat boi and he is trying to find affordable clothes in his size that are fashionable. He is a pants size 42 and doesn’t have a ton of money. Any advice for stores (online or in person) that are affordable would be great! Thanks!
Anonymous asked: how does fat activism change the way we understand fat and health and what are some of the consequences of discrimination torwards fat people?
There are literally pages and pages of text & video posts that address these questions. Try checking them out before asking us to do more work for you.
Anonymous asked: what does the it gets fatter project contribute and what are some of the goals of fat activism?
Please read our FAQ.
tuuubesmcgraw asked: hi there! I am living in toronto and would be super interested in attending the meetings mentioned on your blog at U of T regarding fatphobia, fat politics and fatness in general. I was just wondering if they were open to the public or just students at U of T (I am a student at centennial college). Thanks and cheers! Alison
Hi! Fat’s How We Roll, our monthly University of Toronto peer support group is open to everyone as long as they self-identify as poc and fat. Check out our FAQ for more info about It Gets Fatter and visit http://womenscentre.sa.utoronto.ca/ and check the sidebar on the left for updated event listings.