Tag Archives: fat acceptance

The Battle of the Binge.

I want to talk about my eating disorder. So, you know, trigger warning for all that stuff. I try to keep my blog more general and have avoided personal anecdotes in the past couple years. But talking about my struggle … Continue reading

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#fatshamingweek

Trigger warning for this post, *extreme* fat hate. So, not sure where it originated from, but someone with too much time on their hands decided it would be funny/relevant to start the hashtag #fatshamingweek on twitter. So, being somewhat of … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to Old Navy.

Below is the transcript of an email I’ve just sent off to Old Navy after finding out they have a one-day-only sale ($5 each!) on swim separates. Which of course, doesn’t extend to their plus size line. Old Navy: I … Continue reading

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Privilege for Absolute Beginners.

Authors note: I am writing this blog and trying to be considerate of as many people’s experiences as I can, but all the same, I do have privilege and there is some mention of problems I never have to deal … Continue reading

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Fatshion, Networking, and Finding a Place for Myself.

(note: this post is copied directly from my Tumblr–but I think it’s a big reason why I’ve failed to update this blog in so long as well!) I’ve been meaning to make a post regarding this excellent blog post that Natalie wrote … Continue reading

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The Health Conundrum.

The biggest arguments I hear from people against Fat Acceptance is typically something about the following: “Being fat is unhealthy! It’s been proven!” “You’re going to get diabetes!” “You might be healthy now but what happens when it catches up … Continue reading

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Scared to Death.

“Is ‘fat’ really the worst thing a human being can be? Is ‘fat’ worse than ‘vindictive’, ‘jealous’, ‘shallow’, ‘vain’, ‘boring’ or ‘cruel’? Not to me.” J.K. Rowling wrote those words years ago, and I’ve seen it posted time and time … Continue reading

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