Comedian Sofie Hagen announces new book after Cancer Research 'fat shaming' row
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Right, is anyone currently working on getting this piece of shit CancerResearchUK advert removed from everywhere? Is there something I can sign? How the fucking fuck is this okay? pic.twitter.com/b7eU7lulms— Sofie Hagen (@SofieHagen) February 28, 2018
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Cancer Research UK responded that its campaign 'isn't meant to make anyone feel bad about their weight or make anyone think negatively about people who are overweight or obese'.
What I am saying is: While you are spewing your dim-witted hateful opinions in 280 characters, I am getting paid to write approximately 80.000 words about why you are wrong.— Sofie Hagen (@SofieHagen) March 1, 2018
(1/2) Hi Sofie, our campaign isn’t meant to make anyone feel bad about their weight or make anyone think negatively about people who are overweight or obese. Our aim is to raise awareness of the link between cancer and obesity…— Cancer Research UK (@CR_UK) February 28, 2018
Read The National Student's September interview with Sofie Hagen here.
(2/2) … as after smoking, obesity is the second biggest cause. It is our duty to inform people about this and lobby the government on policies which will help us all to keep a healthy weight. For more info, head to our website: https://t.co/eOrFWGfWUb— Cancer Research UK (@CR_UK) February 28, 2018