Regime Change: Gender, Class, And the Invention of…

Dieting in conventional academic analyses has often appeared as a normative practice targeting the female, white, middle-class body alone, with the explicit intention of molding it into arbitrary beauty standards and distracting women from more profound, political goals. Naomi Wolf provocatively called dieting “the most potent political sedative in women’s history” and “something serious being…


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