November 12, 2020

EP. 32 — Caitlin Moran

Author, journalist, and broadcaster Caitlin Moran joins Jameela this week to discuss how she became a writer, her knack for explaining feminism to young women in bars, how to become a “big ball of love” to a child with an eating disorder, the ways she failed and learned in her own daughter’s eating disorder journey, how eating disorders can happen at any size, why superhero movies are really about motherhood, and her book More Than A Woman, which is out now.


  JAMEELA JAMIL [00:00:00] Hello, and welcome to another episode of I Weigh with Jameela Jamil. I hope you are well. I’m feeling fucking great. I know that we are not out of trouble when it comes to politics in the United States of America. But Christ, I feel hopeful in a way that I haven’t in four years. And I cannot tell you the impact that has had on my mental health for the better. I feel as though I have finally been able to exhale, and I wonder if you feel the same way. And it’s okay to bask in that for a second, just enjoy that, and allow ourselves just a moment of peace and respite before we take on the challenge of making sure that justice actually comes from this decision that has been made just about by the American public. Yeah, I feel good. I can’t believe it. I’ve been so stressed all year, and this has been… God, it was a magical weekend. I was in New York City, and I was going on a walk. And I suddenly started hearing pots and pa

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