Fat and Faithful: loving God incarnate and our neighbor’s body as our own is a podcast co-hosted by J. Nicole Morgan and Amanda Martinez Beck.
These approximately 30 minute episodes cover topics such as fat stigma in and out of the church, intuitive eating, health at every size, finding plus-size clothes, and breaking down fat-acceptance myths. We talk faith, politics, and culture as it relates to fatness with the goal of learning to better love God, our neighbors, and yes – even our selves.
You can listen online at: http://fatandfaithful.libsyn.com/
We should have rolled these out much sooner. We are working to do better. As of May 2019, we are actively having the full archive transcribed and will be uploading links to those here as they are available. If we can help make this content accessible for you in some other way, please let Nicole know.
3.2: Fat Erasure
Feb 11, 2019
Nicole and Amanda talk about the phenomenon of fat erasure and how it has affected them as fat women.
Feb 5, 2019
How we have missed y’all! You know that life happens and things get away from you–well, in August, Nicole released her book (Fat & Faithful) and in December, Amanda’s came out (Lovely), and the first episode of season 3 of the podcast got lost in the shuffle. So here it is, in all its belated glory! (We recorded in October, just FYI!) We have a great season planned for you, so make sure you subscribe, rate & review on iTunes and that you head over to Amazon to check out our books!
Jun 14, 2018
Nicole and Amanda talk about the three most common myths that people believe about the fat acceptance/size-dignity movement.
Jun 2, 2018
Amanda has a conversation with registered dietitian and host of the Love, Food podcast, Julie Duffy Dillon, about intuitive eating. Julie’s website is juliedillonrd.com and you can find her podcast wherever you get this one!
May 21, 2018
Nicole and Amanda share listeners’ experiences of being the fat kid, along with their own experiences. Also, they discuss childhood obesity campaigns and how they are problematic.
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Oct 10, 2017
Amanda interviews author, baker, and scholar Kendall Vanderslice on the intersection of food, faith, and culture.