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Intersectionality
“Are we tipping the scales? Weighing in on the issues of lesbians and obesity.”, Wooten, Amy
February 26, 2009 - Source: Chicago Free Press According to national health organizations, obesity is one of the nation’s top health concerns, impacting nearly a third of U.S. adults, and research indicates lesbians are not immune. Several studies suggest that lesbians have a higher BMI . . .

“The racism in healthy food: Why we need to stop telling others what to eat”, Vansintjon, A.
(2013, October 17) - The McGill Daily. Excerpt: “Why is it racist to say what food is healthy and what food isn’t? For one, this presupposes that the food from one culture is more ‘nutritious’ than that of another. Two clear examples: Canada's Food Gui . . .




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