Category Archives: Body Acceptance

Amazon Says “Stick a Fork In Him, He’s Fat”

Originally posted on Dances With Fat:
For today’s Say Something Sunday post I want to talk about activism that reader Wendy Dirks recently engaged in (and gave me permission to share with you.) Wendy e-mailed me about an advertisement she saw…

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Leonard Nimoy, Naked Fat Ladies, and Healthism

Originally posted on Dances With Fat:
Leonard Nimoy passed away today at the age of 83 after a long and successful career that included acting (of course, developing the role of Spock on Star Trek) and directing (including the box…

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Fat Crash Test Dummy Drama

Originally posted on Dances With Fat:
When I talk about fatphobia being life threatening to fat people, I’m often told that I’m being over-dramatic. I don’t think so and here’s an example. Several news outlets ran a story recently about…

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Oceans Aweigh ( This is a Cross Post of my FFFinal Blog for the FFF Website)

Oceans Aweigh September 29, 2014 tags: Angela Meadows, Dicke e.V., Dikke Dames, Fatima Parker, Gisela Enders, Nomi Dekel, VoluptuArt by dr deah This is my FFFinal blog post for FFF, and needless to say it isn’t easy for me to … Continue reading

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Oceans Aweigh

Originally posted on Fierce, Freethinking Fatties:
This is my FFFinal blog post for FFF, and needless to say it isn’t easy for me to say goodbye. So you may notice a bit of rambling in this post because I want…

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Powerful new Resource Helps Medical Professionals Understand HAES.

I am very excited to tell you about an epic new article that has appeared in the Journal of Obesity.  This article called, “The Weight-Inclusive versus Weight-Normative Approach to Health: Evaluating the Evidence for Prioritizing Well-Being over Weight Loss” reviews much…

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Whoooo Really Knows Best?

Originally posted on Fierce, Freethinking Fatties:
In this iconic cartoon, a young owlet has to choose between following his passion for jazz, or pleasing his father by singing what his father insists is best.  With Father’s Day coming up, it’s…

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