It seems as if every woman on food TV has to cook with her family or someone else's kids to be relevant and relatable.
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Disordered eating, especially restricting and anorexia, is too often thought of as a thin, affluent white woman’s problem.
"Native Americans are consistently talked over. We are talked over by conservatives who make racist jokes and war whoops. And we are talked over by Democrats, like Warren, who profess solidarity, and then, when it's politically convenient, plow right over us.”