The first in our ‘Body Series’: we will be hosting a panel event discussing lived experiences of fatphobia and body acceptance on Wednesday 11th September 2019.
Our wonderful group of panellists will be discussing what fatphobia is, how it’s manifested online & offline in society today including how it affects people’s access to and quality of healthcare.
They’ll also be discussing the topic of body acceptance versus body positivity.
Whether you experience fatphobia, you’re trying to understand your thin privilege or exploring your own path to body acceptance this event will be an open, honest and affirming conversation and we’d love you to join us.
This panel will be chaired by Kitty Underhill - we will be announcing the rest of the panel members in due course.
Tickets are £7.50 each.
We have a number of pay-as-you-can tickets for people on low incomes, to find out more please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org
This event will be held in the Mercury Meeting Room on the first floor at My Hotel, Brighton.
These meet-ups are safe spaces for self-identifying women, cis women and non-binary people of all ethnicities, ages and orientations to come together and empower, support, engage and create with one another.
This venue is accessible with flat ground floor entry from the street to the building and lifts up to the meeting space. There is a wheelchair-accessible toilet on site accessible via the lift.
We hope to see lots of your lovely faces there for what will be a thought-provoking and affirming discussion.