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UN-Podcast 069: UNdefined (Melissa A. Fabello) @fyeahmfabello - Finding Our Hunger

Released Wednesday, 3rd September 2014
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“Faith is generated in the atmosphere of experience” – Bill Johnson
“Life is too short to spend another day at war with yourself.” – Ritu Ghatourey
Today’s guest is Melissa A. Fabello, a domestic violence prevention and sexuality educator, eating disorder and body image activist, and the editor of Everyday Feminism.
In this episode we discuss:
  • Why you don’t need to wait for December to celebrate the new year
  • Why language adds a layer of confusing, subjective connotation to objective words like “health” and “fat”
  • Why we need to be teaching our youth media literacy
And we discuss the greatest movie of all time, Josie and the Pussycats—and why we need to take off the pussycat ears!
CONNECT WITH MELISSA:
WEBSITE: melissafabello.com
EVERYDAY FEMINISM: everydayfeminism.com
TWITTER: @fyeahmfabello
Read more about Melissa and today’s conversation at In My Skinny Genes.
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Join the conversation at facebook.com/findingourhunger
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MENTIONED IN THE PODCAST:
Stay hungry,
@MissSkinnyGenes

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54m 6s
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