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Thursday, July 14, 2011

At Fat-Pride Conference, the Stylish Show Their 'Fatshion' Sense

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Amy Benson (left) and Alex Moxxxie Heart demonstrate the eternal choice between color and classic black.


Conference keynote speaker Wendi O'Neal (right, with her partner Mandisa Moore) talked about making a community space irresistible for freedom fighters of all colors and descriptions.

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Kirsty Fife twirled over from Brighton, England, for the festivity.


Jessica Judd models Igigi.

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Adrian and Axel Repka came to San Francisco from Sweden for a honeymoon that included the make-your-own-superhero-cape workshop. Here, Adrian shows off Super Stomach, who protects us all from weight-loss surgeons.

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Rachel Cupcake, creator of Sweet Tooth Couture, prepares for her cabaret routine.

Marilyn Wann is author of the FAT!SO? book and a longtime rad fatty who gives weight diversity talks. She's immune to lap band billboards, no matter how many of them are erected. Remember: lap band = bad plan. Like her on Facebook or follow her on Twitter at MarilynWann.

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