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'''i'm so fucking beautiful''' was a [[zine]] authored by [[Nomy Lamm]] in the early to mid-1990s. The zine was a small-format, xeroxed and illustrated anthology of essays by the now-famous writer, [[activist]], public speaker, singer and musician from the Pacific Northwest.  More than a collection of essays expressing Lamm's experiences as a fat citizen in a diet obsessed culture and nation, the zine also defied corporate machinations by serving as a clarion call to recognize and accept beauty in all its forms.
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'''i'm so fucking beautiful''' was a [[zine]] authored by [[Nomy Lamm]] in the early to mid-1990s.
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The zine was a small-format, xeroxed and illustrated anthology of essays by the now-famous writer, [[activist]], public speaker, singer and musician from the Pacific Northwest.  More than a collection of essays expressing Lamm's experiences as a fat citizen in a diet obsessed culture and nation, the zine also defied corporate machinations by serving as a clarion call to recognize and accept beauty in all its forms.
  
 
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* [http://www.nomylamm.com/ Home page for Nomy Lamm]
 
* [http://www.nomylamm.com/ Home page for Nomy Lamm]
  
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Revision as of 22:57, 12 December 2007

The correct title of this article is i'm so fucking beautiful. The initial letter is capitalized due to technical restrictions.

i'm so fucking beautiful was a zine authored by Nomy Lamm in the early to mid-1990s.

The zine was a small-format, xeroxed and illustrated anthology of essays by the now-famous writer, activist, public speaker, singer and musician from the Pacific Northwest. More than a collection of essays expressing Lamm's experiences as a fat citizen in a diet obsessed culture and nation, the zine also defied corporate machinations by serving as a clarion call to recognize and accept beauty in all its forms.

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