Anastasia Kidd

The Rev. Dr. Anastasia Kidd is a pastor, educator, storyteller, and fat activist who studies how Christian colonialism helped establish structural anti-fatness in U.S. society and beyond. She believes that identifying with unrepentant fatness can reconnect humanity with the abundance of nature, the practice of sustainable communal relationships, and the cultivation of beautiful and pleasurable ethics.

She is ordained in the United Church of Christ and a theological educator at the Boston University School of Theology.