Fat Femme Front — Bodies Abound Exhibition THIS FRIDAY (Sydney)

Gagging that I will be in Melbourne and so miss this display of luscious ladies — so much to lust over! Get down there on my behalf, and bring a hanky or two to wipe your dribble off the prints! Yummy…

Friday 10th, Aurora Room,45 Bedford St Newtown, from 7:30 to 10pm.
‘The Fat Femme Front has joined forces with Victoria University and the Fat Studies conference at Macquarie University to host an Art Exhibition and Spoken Word event ‘Bodies Abound’ on Friday September 10th.

‘Bodies Abound’ explores the politics of size, fat and body diversity through spoken word, visual representations, art and memoir to givevoice to fat lived experiences.

…Come and be inspired, thought provoked, and delighted with the amazing talent – all in just one night! So don’t miss it!

Doors open at 7.30pm. Spoken word starting after 8pm.

10% of each art piece sold will go to the Fat Femme Front.

There is a small entrance fee for waged people of $5.
Concession/ unemployed is free.

Donations are welcome also.
All proceeds to cover costs and profits to the Fat Femme Front to assist in fat activism.

*Please forward this invite to your friends, lovers, families and networks..

Find out more about the Fat Studies conference here:
Conference website: http://www.somatechnics.mq.edu.au/events/

“The Fat Femme Front has been working as a collective since late last year,receiving a lot of positive feedback about the presence of a body positive, fat proud group of femmes, predominantly in the queer community. We come together as a group of self identified fat femmes to: fight against fat phobia anddiscrimination, increase fat femme visibility, increase body positivity, discuss and challenge dominant ideas around gender/sexuality/body image and to build astrong fat activist community.” ‘

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