Fat young American women exposed to weight stigma eat more Goldfish, M&M's, and Skittles, and this higher caloric consumption correlates closely with such expressions of shame as slouching and gaze aversion. | Harper's Magazine

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Fat young American women exposed to weight stigma eat more Goldfish, M&M’s, and Skittles, and this higher caloric consumption correlates closely with such expressions of shame as slouching and gaze aversion.

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Fat young American women exposed to weight stigma eat more Goldfish, M&M’s, and Skittles, and this higher caloric consumption correlates closely with such expressions of shame as slouching and gaze aversion.

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