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    Berlin Feminist Film Week 2018:
    Fattitude Screening & Discussion Review

    Berlin Feminist Film Week 2018:<br> Fattitude Screening & Discussion Review

    A couple Saturday's ago, the Berlin Feminist Film week hosted a screening and panel discussion in Neukölln’s CRCLR House for Fattitude, a documentary created by Lindsey Averill and Viri Lieberman that “exposes how popular culture fosters fat prejudice and then offers an alternative way of thinking”.

    The documentary included honest and thorough conversations with academic scholars, activists, directors, writers, actors and psychologists: Rebecca Phul, Marilyn Wann, Sonya Renee Taylor, Virgie Tovar, Jen Posner, Lindy West, Ricki Lake, and Winne Holzman to name a few.

    The feature length documentary asks viewers to consider how media encourages weight bias, how prevalent body and fat shaming still currently are in popular culture and offer alternative ways to perceive and adopt body positivity for all sizes. There was an ongoing narrative that not fitting a stereotypical size gives the person outside of that stereotype the sense that they do not exist.

    Following the screening, Lindsey Averill, the director, along with local activists, Magda Albrecht and Natalie Rosenke, took part in a panel discussion involving bodies, media and public discourse.

    Fattitude is educational and empowering in its questions and statements regarding body image. Those involved with the film asks necessary and relevant questions to today’s issues in hopes to improve the human condition. It’s clear why the documentary generates such important discussion after finishing the film: these intelligent and insightful perspectives offer a unique vulnerability. Most people are afraid to engage in topics involving body image, fat shaming and unhealthy cultural trends. Through the honesty involved in the documentary, it provides an open platform for viewers to discuss their own experiences and further the conversation. That’s what great documentaries do.

    Find upcoming screening dates and locations here:

    The Science of Sex: Sodium Alginate and 5 popular foods that contain it.

    by David Claus, Ph.D.

    Q: How is the Clone-A-Willy Kit able to create such perfectly detailed, true to size and shape molds (negatives) of penises?
    A: By using a specially buffered, top quality sodium alginate and water, of course!

    Sodium alginate is probably something you've never heard of, but you've almost certainly been exposed to it, and most likely you've already eaten pounds of it.  But what exactly is it?

    Alginate penis kit

    Sodium alginate is a hydrocolloid; a substance that forms a gel when mixed with water. More specifically, it's a natural polysaccharide that's extracted from the cell walls of brown seaweed... the same stuff you see floating out in the ocean. Its function is to give flexibility to the seaweed, but this property also makes it ideal for use in many other  products.

    Aside from making perfect impressions of teeth and other bodyparts, alginates are commonly used as thickeners and emulsifiers (stabilizers) in sauces, syrups, ice cream toppings, hamburgers, and other foods. There's a good chance one of your favorites is below!


    1. Ice Cream and Popsicles - Sodium alginate is used as a stabilizer in ice cream popsicle penis kitto ensure a creamy texture and prevent ice crystals from forming during freezing. In fruit flavored popsicles, it helps distribute fruit uniformly during the freezing process, and helps stop dripping while eating.
    2. hamburger penis kitHamburgers - Sodium alginate is often added to hamburger meat in order to increase volume, making it more filling and possibly even healthier. Adding a bit of sodium alginate increases soluble fiber content without changing taste, and soluble fiber is something sorely missing from many American diets.
    3. Dairy Products and Yogurt - Yup, alginate is even found in chocolate milk, eggnog, and yogurt. It's added to increase viscosity and make the mixture smoother.  It's also a clarifying agent and stabilizer.
    4. Sauces and Dressings - Water-oil emulsions such as mayonnaise and salad dressings thickened with sodium alginate are less likely to separate into their original oil and water. It also works great on sauces and gravy's to prevent separation while naturally extending their shelf life.
    5. Pudding and Pie Fillings - Puddings, pie fillings and mousses also utilize the gelpie penis kit-forming and non-melting properties of sodium alginate.

    Sodium alginate is a completely safe, easy to use gelling agent that requires no heat or harsh chemicals to bring out its beneficial properties, making it ideal for all kinds of uses.  But using it to make a clone of your willy is arguably the most fun!

    Clone-A-Willy In Neighbors Starring Zac Efron, Seth Rogen, Rose Byrne


    The original Clone-A-Willy kit has a part in the new Universal Pictures film, NEIGHBORS.  Zac Efron and his frat-buddies use Clone A Willy to make and sell copies of their penises!  


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