[Repost] #195: Why Fatphobia Hurts All of Us with Sofie Hagen, Comedian and Author of "Happy Fat”
Food Psych Podcast with Christy Harrison
Comedian, author, and fellow podcaster Sofie Hagen joins us to discuss her new book, Happy Fat; how fatphobia affects people of all sizes; why health isn’t a matter of individual responsibility (and why framing it as one is oppressive); how science often gets twisted by diet culture and the media, and so much more! Plus, Christy answers a listener question about how to define “health” outside of diet culture. (This episode originally aired on April 29, 2019.) Sofie Hagen is a stand-up comedian, author, podcaster, fat activist and blogger. A modern legend in her native Denmark, Sofie burst onto the British comedy scene by winning Best Newcomer at Edinburgh Festival 2015. Her 2016 follow-up, Shimmer Shatter, was a second total sell-out, which followed again with another sellout show in 2017, Dead Baby Frog. Sofie has spoken to millions as host of her successful Made of Human podcast, as well as Secret Dinosaur Cult and Comedians Telling Stuff. Her first book, Happy Fat, is published in the UK by 4th Estate on May 2, 2019. Find her online at SofieHagen.com. Subscribe to our newsletter, Food Psych Weekly, to keep getting new weekly Q&As and other new content while the podcast is on hiatus! If you're ready to break free from diet culture once and for all, come check out Christy's Intuitive Eating Fundamentals online course. You'll get all your questions answered in an exclusive monthly podcast, plus ongoing support in our private community forum and dozens of hours of other great content. Christy's first book, Anti-Diet, is available wherever you get your books. Order online at christyharrison.com/book, or at local bookstores across North America, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand. Grab Christy's free guide, 7 simple strategies for finding peace and freedom with food, for help getting started on the anti-diet path. For full show notes and a transcript of this episode, go to christyharrison.com/foodpsych. Ask your own question about intuitive eating, Health at Every Size, or eating disorder recovery at christyharrison.com/questions.
Amy’s joined by Danish comedy powerhouse and long-time pal, Sofie Hagen. Spoiler: If you’ve never thought about putting potatoes on a pizza then this episode is going to blow your mind. Yahoo! You can now get your tickets to our newly released Manchester shows! Visit www.alovelytime.co.uk for more info. A Lovely Time was hosted by Amy Gledhill (www.amygledhill.co.uk). This podcast was made by A Lovely Time Productions with music by Jack Evans (www.jacklewisevans.com).
Michael and Mark talk to comedian, podcaster, author and influencer Sofie Hagen about the glass cliff, wearing trousers and becoming the new menkind host. Also featuring special guest Hank. menkind are now on patreon! If you are enjoying listening, would like access to extras and are able to support us, you can find us at patreon.com/menkindpodcastFollow menkind on Twitter and Instagram @menkindpodcast and Sofie @SofieHagenRecorded and edited by Victoria Payne and Lianne Coop for Impatient Productions. Artwork by Haiminh Le. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode, we’re hanging out AKA goofing off with comedian and Happy Fat, Sofie Hagen!CALL TO ACTION: Pool your pocket ChangeFrom Sr. Producer Lynn: My friend Josie Naron has been pooling donations to a huge variety of organizations and activists doing anti-racist, anti-incarceration, and housing justice work. The idea is “pocket change,” like one dollar here, five dollars there, and then Josie pools all those small contributions together to make one significant donation to that day’s org. Even if you can’t donate to every pool, you can follow the orgs, you can pass along the pooling info; people have even been just tagging twitter celebs to retweet the pools and get more donations. It’s really cool.” Follow Josie @nosiejaron on Twitter for daily updates on ongoing and past pools, and join the TinyLetter for more information! Click here for the full shownotes for this episode. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
152. Drain "Snask" and Discount Tattoos, with Sofie Hagen
Fortunately... with Fi and Jane
This week on Fortunately, Fi and Jane are joined by comedian Sofie Hagen.Sofie talks to Fi and Jane about her home country of Denmark, attitudes toward fatness, discount tattoos, leaky ceilings and her slightly unusual method of moving to the UK.Before Sofie logged in... Jane has a niche public service announcement, Fi weighs up a quiz show appearance and there's some impromptu stair excercise.Get in touch: email@example.com
Comedian, writer and host of their own Made Of Human podcast Sofie Hagen talks all things cuddly.Follow Sofie on Twitter: @SofieHagenFollow Sofie on Instagram: sofiehagendkListen to Sofie's podcast Made Of Human.Follow Made of Human on Twitter: @podmohBuy Sofie's book Happy Fat.Follow Cuddle Club on Twitter and Instagram: @CuddleClubPodRecorded and edited by Naomi Parnell for Plosive Productions.Artwork by Paul Gilbey (photography and design). Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/cuddleclub.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Sofie Hagen on fat activism and taking up space in a fatphobic world
History Becomes Her
Sofie Hagen is a Danish comedian who co-created the Guilty Feminist podcast with Deborah Frances White. Hagen is non-binary and uses pronouns she/they/he. Hagen is a fat acceptance campaigner and plus size fashion designer, who speaks candidly about our culture’s ingrained anti-fat bias and the subtle and overt ways society continues to marginalise and discriminate against fat people. In this episode of History Becomes Her, Hagen discusses her admiration for civil rights activist Rosa Parks. Hagen also shares how she got started in the fat acceptance movement and how people can unlearn their ingrained anti-fat bias. In her book Happy Fat Hagen writes about the reality of being fat in a world that wants you to take up less space. She talks about being spat on and having someone tell her, “if you weren’t so fat, I’d rape you.” Hagen wants to reclaim the word “fat” and live in a world built on self-acceptance and loving your body.Please subscribe, rate, and review. Find us on Twitter and Instagram: @HBHPod. You can find Rachel on Twitter @RVT9.Special thanks to Sofie Hagen and HarperCollins.Credits: Host and creator: Rachel ThompsonProducers: Maria Dermentzi and Nikolay NikolovEditor: Shannon ConnellanMusic: Christianne StrakerIllustration: Vicky Leta See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Happy Fat by Sofie Hagen with Ameya and Pallavi from the Fat. So? podcast
Fat Girl Book Club
I am an avid podcast listener and when I found Fat. So? the podcast, I was in love. I have binge listened to the first season of Fat. So? twice! You will realize why I am in love, by listening to my interview with Ameya and Pallavi, the hosts of Fat. So?. We have a long discussion using Happy Fat by Sofie Hagen as the springboard. No topics are off the table in this discussion as we touch on:Their different fat liberation journeysHow books have impacted their journeysWhat it means to grow and have break throughs in fat liberationFat in three different languagesSlurs and the word "Fat"Disagreement about the words overweight and morbidly obeseMicro-aggressions toward fat people and why these are just so wrongSelf-care and self-preservation as a fat womanA discussion about how there are more raped and murdered women on TV than there are fat women. Representation!!!!Why thin allies need to open their mouths when people make fun of fat peopleHow they learned to love and appreciate their bodiesSex. Guys, we talk a lot about sex!Being fat in IndiaI learned a lot from these two amazing ladies. Their vulnerability and laughter just made my day. I hope you enjoy this conversation.LinksHappy Fat by Sofie HagenFat. So? PodcastFat. So? InstagramFat. So? BlogAmeya's InstagramPallavi's Instagram
Ep 334: Badass Rewind with Sofie Hagen and Natalie Lue
Harriet Minter Presents: Badass Women’s Hour
Sick of Covid-19 chat? Harriet is looking back over some of the best badass women of 2019.This week Harriet is providing some light and of course badass relief in amongst all of the current Covid-19 content, by delving back into the badass woman’s hour back catalogue to share some highlights from the past four years and to showcase amazing conversations and guests who can offer some insight and inspiration in our current climateThe two incredible women this week are comedian and author Sofie Hagen who is discussing fat liberation and the societal structures that she is trying to break down in her book “Happy Fat”. And relationship expert Natalie Lue who was discussing with the ladies how to have a healthy view on monogamy, the sort of conversations we should be establishing in our relationships to ensure everyone is on the page.For information on your host you can follow the link below:Harriet Minter If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.