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When you're fat you feel so different, because everything about the world (from chairs and clothes to doctors and dating) is designed to tell you that you're wrong, you don't belong, it isn’t OK to be in the body you have. And then you meet someone who just gets it. Which is what happened to Pallavi and Ameya.
Plenty of belly bumps, loads of booty jokes and much ranting in frustration at chairs with arms later, the Fat. So? Podcast was born.
Ameya and Pallavi discuss being fat—the pain, the joy, the learning, the dark humor and the silver lining. They discuss body image, societal norms, working hard at self love, failing at weight loss, loneliness, food, love and sex! Tune in alternate Sunday evenings to hear them talk their way out of the maze into the brave new world of loving yourself.
You can follow @fatsopodcast on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. This podcast is supported by Suno India.

Fat. So? Suno India

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    • 5.0, 2 Ratings

When you're fat you feel so different, because everything about the world (from chairs and clothes to doctors and dating) is designed to tell you that you're wrong, you don't belong, it isn’t OK to be in the body you have. And then you meet someone who just gets it. Which is what happened to Pallavi and Ameya.
Plenty of belly bumps, loads of booty jokes and much ranting in frustration at chairs with arms later, the Fat. So? Podcast was born.
Ameya and Pallavi discuss being fat—the pain, the joy, the learning, the dark humor and the silver lining. They discuss body image, societal norms, working hard at self love, failing at weight loss, loneliness, food, love and sex! Tune in alternate Sunday evenings to hear them talk their way out of the maze into the brave new world of loving yourself.
You can follow @fatsopodcast on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. This podcast is supported by Suno India.

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2011Ultra ,

Thank you

You speak to my heart and affirm that the struggle transcends age and gender and ethnicity.

I was promised a bike if I lost 30 pounds. I was 11. I was told I would never get married or have a nice job or anything because I was always fat

I cried when I heard you echo my life. For reference I am a 55 year old white male from the middle of the USA. I have been married 34 years and have a wonderful full life, but everything is run through the filter of my fat ...

Thank you for your voices. They are like balm to an old soul.

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