Rhode Island-based somatic practitioner Jules Pashall shares how fat can be used as a resource for performance and transformation.
Tigress Osborn, a dancer and fat activist currently based in Phoenix, AZ, describes how fat visibility is a key component driving her work.
Jessica Judd and Matilda St. John, co-directors of Big Moves and its performance company emFATic DANCE, discuss how Big Moves has supported and reflected the Bay Area fat community for more than 20 years.
Amy Marie, a dancer and model in the Bay Area, shares her experience forging a path for herself and how she has come against prejudice for being a bigger person as well as for not being big enough.
Cathleen Meredith, founder of FATGIRLSDANCE in New York City, describes how she created a viral dance movement that promotes the visibility of fat dancers everywhere, as well as how negative stereotypes about fat people are untrue and cause physical and emotional harm.