Netflix’s TV Show “Insatiable”! In this episode of “Confessions of an Obese Child” we discuss and analyze Netflix’s TV show “Insatiable.” Entering its 2nd season, it details a formerly obese teenage girl Patty, who loses a large amount of weight and thus changes her life for the better…and worse. We focus particularly on how it deals with her binge eating fixation, self-destructive leanings, self-loathing and more.
Netflix’s TV Show “Insatiable”
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