Citations:fatmisia

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English citations of fatmisia

  • 2017 June 28, "CrankyAustistic" (username), “What is fatphobia/fatmisia?”, WordPress.com, quoted in 2019, Judith C. Bridges, [X]splaining gender, race, class, and body: Metapragmatic disputes of linguistic authority and ideologies on Twitter, Reddit, and Tumblr (graduate thesis), page 246
  • 2019, Judith C. Bridges, [X]splaining gender, race, class, and body: Metapragmatic disputes of linguistic authority and ideologies on Twitter, Reddit, and Tumblr (graduate thesis), page 204, quoting a tumblr post and adding a footnote:
    there’s a lot of people that weight 200lbs or less and have experienced a lot of disgusting fatmisia26. this looks like gate keeping to me.
    26 Fatmisia is a very newly coined term that refers to the assumption that all fat people are unhealthy (CrankyAustistic, 2017)
  • 2020, J Rinaldi, C Rice, C Kotow, E Lind, Mapping the circulation of fat hatred, in Fat Studies:
    ABSTRACT: The authors draw from affect theory and intersectionality-as-assemblage theory to conceptualize fatmisia as a complex affective force. In line with queer affect theorist Sara Ahmed [] How fatmisia works. To make sense of hatred as affect, we turn to Ahmed []
  • 2020, D Amlund, Everyone Should be Fatactivists or Fat-allies, in Conjunctions. Transdisciplinary Journal of Cultural Participation:
    Shakespeare’s fatjokes and the ever presence of shapewear and all the portraits of Jesus as a thin, white man show us 5,000 years of cultivated fatmisia.
  • 2020, JE Rogers, Happy fat: Taking up space in a world that wants to shrink you: by Hagen, Sofie, London, England, Harper Collins, 2019 (review), in Fat Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Body Weight and Society, volume 9, 2020, issue 1: Fat Oppression:
    Her consistent insistence upon the structural nature of fat phobia (or fatmisia) enables Hagen to delve deeply into the pain of her own experiences as a fat-bodied individual without reinforcing the very fat-hatred that she is attempting to dismantle []
  • 2020, A Ensslin, C Rice, S Riley, C Wilks, M Perram, H Fowlie (et al), "These Waves...:" Writing New Bodies for Applied E-literature Studies:
    [] (thick, "over"weight or fat), but in many stories and discussions it became clear that anti-fat attitudes and more precisely, fatmisia (fat hatred) (Rinaldi, Rice, Kotow, and Lind), are dominant in their bodily experiences of themselves and others []