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Heather MacAllister Biography

Heather MacAllister is a famous Celebrity, who was born on February 25, 1968 in United States. Heather MacAllister was born in Michigan on the February 25, 1968, and grew up in Dearborn and Ann Arbor, Michigan. She also lived in Tucson, Arizona. MacAllister moved from Detroit to San Francisco in 2002 and to Portland, Oregon, in 2006. According to Astrologers, Heather MacAllister’s zodiac sign is Pisces.

From 2000 to 2002, MacAllister worked as a field organizer for the Triangle Foundation, a gay rights group in Michigan. The organization, now known as Equality Michigan, gives an award in Heather’s honor to a community activist each year.

Whilst she was living in Michigan, Heather MacAllister’s fat activism included the 1992 founding of the Venus Group, a social and support network for large women. She also contributed to Fat Girl zine in the early 1990s and lobbied for the weight discrimination act that was passed in San Francisco in 2000. MacAllister was on the board of NoLose, an organization for fat lesbians.

MacAllister appeared posthumously in the art photography book The Full Body Project by photographer and actor Leonard Nimoy (of Star Trek fame). The book is a compilation of photographs including those taken of MacAllister and her troupe for a 2005 New York City art photography show called “Maximum Beauty” which opened at the Bonni Benrubi gallery on 57th street in New York City. The book was released in 2007 and dedicated to Heather MacAllister. Before her death she had requested that mourners made donations to her Fat Fashion Scholarship Fund. MacAllister also contributed a chapter to The Fat Studies Reader entitled ‘Embodying Fat Liberation’ that was posthumously published in 2009.

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In 2006 Heather MacAllister received the Queer Cultural Activist Award from the Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club.

Heather MacAllister Net Worth

Heather MacAllister is one of the richest Celebrity & listed on most popular Celebrity. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Heather MacAllister net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

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Heather MacAllister (February 25, 1968 – February 13, 2007) was an American performer and activist for social justice in a number of areas Including anti-racism and LGBT rights but was particularly active in the fat acceptance movement. MacAllister was best known for her burlesque work, performing on stage as Reva Lucian, a play on ‘revolution’, and Ms. Demeanor.

In 2006 Heather MacAllister received the Queer Cultural Activist Award from the Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club.

Suffering from ovarian cancer, Heather MacAllister moved from San Francisco to Portland, Oregon in June 2006. Her partner, author and stand-up comedian Kelli Dunham, moved from the East Coast to care for her until her death by assisted suicide in February 2007.

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In the late 1990s Heather MacAllister was the director of the LGBT resource center at the Eastern University of Michigan.

Heather MacAllister died on February 13, 2007, at age 38 as a result of an assisted suicide. Her death came after a three-year battle with terminal ovarian cancer. Memorial services were held in Portland, Detroit, New York and San Francisco.

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Ranked on the list of most popular Celebrity. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United States. Heather MacAllister celebrates birthday on February 25 of every year.

MacAllister founded Big Burlesque and the Fat-Bottom Revue, the world’s first all-fat burlesque performance group of which she was also the artistic director. She argued that erotic performance allowed fat women to express a sexuality “which has been underaffirmed and made negative in the popular culture.” Her stage names were Ms. Demeanor and Reva Lucian (a play on the word “revolution”). MacAllister toured both size acceptance workshops and burlesque performances nationwide. Venues at which she appeared or conducted workshops included the True Spirit Conference in Washington, D.C., the National Women’s Music Festival in Indiana, the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival, Eastern Michigan University, University of Michigan, Michigan State University, the Abundia Retreat in Illinois, the NoLose Conference in New Jersey, Fat Girl Speaks in Oregon, the Tease-o-Rama burlesque convention, and Burning Man in Nevada. Heather MacAllister described her belief in burlesque as activism: “Any time there is a fat person onstage as anything besides the butt of a joke, it’s political. Add physical movement, then dance, then sexuality and you have a revolutionary act.”

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