"Fatlash! Food Police & the Fear of Thin: A Cautionary Tale" by Karen Kataline, MSW, 2012
"Before she knew what a calorie was, Karen Kataline was allowed to have only five hundred of them. She was seven. Forced into the spotlight by her weight-obsessed mother, Kataline spent her childhood trapped in a world of pageants, performances, and perpetual hunger. In a subconscious attempt to cover herself, Kataline tells us her story of eventually using food and weight-gain to shield herself from the eyes that roved her.
"Amid heated controversy about the obesity epidemic, food regulation, and child beauty pageants, Kataline's timely memoir 'Fatlash!' offers an unprecedented look at an adult who finally came to understand how her experiences affected her.
"Relevant to all readers, 'Fatlash!' exposes the consequences of putting children on display and policing what they eat. Now is the time to take action against both -- and Kataline's story does just that. Her timeless message will caution against what not to do for years to come." - retrieved from the back cover of the book.
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1 Volumes (Book)
Scope and Contents
Collection contains Russian candlesticks, religious items, a Menorah, medals, photographs, and scrapbooks related to the Morris and Price family from 1865 through 2012.
Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements
14 x 22 x 1.5 cm. Good.
Donated by Karen Morris Kataline.
- From the Collection: Morris Family (Family)
- From the Collection: Price family (Family)
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