Fat Identifying people attend a positive dinner!

Two obese women leaping together in the gym while looking at the camera

Princeton University’s health center will soon host a “Fat Positive Dinner” for students who are “fat identified” to discuss their experiences.

According to an online description for the February event, the dinner will be hosted by Health Promotion and Prevention Services (a division of the school’s University Health Services) in conjunction with the Women’s Center.

“This space is intended for fat identified people to share their experiences as a fat person at Princeton in an accepting and supportive environment,” a newsletter put out by the Women’s Center states.

Additionally, participants will “discuss fat positive programming ideas for the spring semester,” with the event description noting that “dinner will be served.”

Meanwhile, the University Health Services website emphasizes the importance of “exercise and fitness” as an important part of a “healthy life.”

“Although Princeton students usually have very busy schedules, it is essential that you make time for exercise in order to lead a healthy life,” the website states.

Campus Reform reached out to the university for comment, and is currently awaiting a response.

 

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