There's a lot of anxiety-provoking talk around bikini bodies and losing weight right now. Here's how to cope.
"How are we to champion body positivity and inclusivity if we continue to celebrate weight loss? We can’t."
I have something I want Anderson Cooper — and everyone else — to know.
I have never asked for anyone's opinion on my body, so I’m confused why the comments come so freely and unsolicited.
The problem is that diets don't work for permanent weight loss, for 95% or so of people who try it. This has been well documented
'You have such a beautiful face... you'd be drop dead gorgeous if you lost just 5 kilos!' If you've ever commented on other
People are powerfully sharing their #FatSideStories.
No Sexism. No Racism. No Ableism. No Ageism. No Homophobia. No Fatphobia. No Transphobia. No Hatefulness. Basically, no divide among people caused by ANY prejudice beliefs!
I live at the intersection of sexism and fatphobia. This is my daily reality, so in all honesty, I expected the backlash I received. It's what keeps many fat women quiet. But I'm here to give all of us a voice. I will not be silenced.
Because fat girls aren't supposed to take pleasure in our bodies or even consider showing other people what they look like, there is a lot of sh*t that can hit the fan. Mostly caused by other people not knowing how to handle someone as sexy as me owning it.