Today Dr. Deb explains the 6 types of fat shaming commonly seen on TV.
Today Dr. Deb, continues our series on fat shaming and weight bias. Today's topic: weight loss culture! Who is fat in weight loss culture? There are many institutions that are eager to tell you that you're fat - government, health insurance, doctors, nurses, popular media, advertising, fashion, strangers, friends, family, lovers and of course the bathroom scale. How many of us weigh ourselves everyday?
Today Dr. Deb begins a new video series that delves into fat shaming and weight bias!
The root of a lot of problems in the fashion industry stem from weight bias. So, while I’ve been studying fashion, I’ve also been researching weight bias and fat shaming for about 8 years. So today, I want to define Fat shaming, explain why do we do it? And give you the first step towards reducing weight bias.
the act or practice of humiliating someone judged to be fat or overweight by...
Highlights from Dr. Deborah Christel's Fashion AMA.
An Ask Me Anything (AMA) Event is a unique way to create and to engage with one another. As a host, I decided to use the platform to answer questions about body positivity and plus-size clothing.
Here are some of the highlights! For the full Q&A click here.
Today Dr. Deborah Christel, Ph.D., explains how sizing in the fashion industry works! Please know that when you go shopping and the sizes you “normally” wear don’t fit please remember that it is only 1 sizing system of a million and it is not a reflection of your worth or value as a human being. You are perfect just the way you are.
Today Dr. Deborah Christel, Ph.D., shows us how to read garment labels and explains what the information on them means!
Sizing is an area that is very personal to me. I've been researching the concept of women's sizing for a decade and I still get anxious when I try on clothes. So, if anyone else has those feelings, please know that you are not alone.
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