What made you think about this? You're not talking about Atlanta, right? But I can't tell you how many times I've gone to my grandmother's house to sit at a table full of fried chicken, every starch in the world… Soundbite of laughter Ms. I love bodybuilder's bodies, and I know some - my own mother, when I was a bodybuilder, thought my body was disgusting. And now, here - I want to edit for radio.
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Author Debra Dickerson wrote an essay about it for Salon.
Five Reasons Why African Men Love Curvy Women
She joined us from her home in Albany. And it was like only entertainers who could really get away with being obese, like Aretha Franklin and people like that. Well, what got you onto this topic, Debra? I think that has a lot to do with it, also with the fact, you know, from day one, we're just not raised to think about ourselves in that way, especially in terms of our weight. But, you know, going from here over there and just looking at us as African-American women, yeah, there was a huge difference.