–Get ready for NOLOSE 2013, which sounds amazing! I would love to make it to NOLOSE someday.
-Toronto fatties of color, check out the It Gets Fatter Project’s Fat Talk.
-Participate in a cultural shift by submitting your health care story to ASDAH’s Resolved: Addressing Weight Bias in Health Care video project.
–There’s no need for this obesity epidemic hysteria.
–How not to be a dick to your fat friends.
–Thigh gaps, calories, and ignorance about how bodies actually work.
-On not being impressed with thin people trying to be the voice of FA.
–HAES matters: a health at every size model for our children.
–Mindful eating: what it is, what it isn’t, and why kids don’t need it.
–Talented fat people are not actually shocking.
-Laura Beck gets to the heart of so much fat hatred.
-Both Glorify and Fierce, Freethinking Fatties are inviting fatties from marginalized backgrounds to write for them.
–How I learned to love my fat arms.
–Tutu DuMonde’s clothing is gorgeous–too bad it’s for children! I’d totally wear it if it came in my size–unlike Jeska, I have no qualms about going to the bank dressed like a 1920’s circus performer.
-Continuum’s Constrvct collection is such a cool idea–you can design your own fashion, and then the clothing is custom-made to your measurements. It’s not particularly affordable, but I’m still glad it exists.
-Check out Rachele’s How To Be a Fat Bitch e-course #3, which is about fatshion.
–A review of a Sealed With A Kiss dress, and a really cool Etsy shop that makes custom clothing.
–Not for girls: are women ditching pink?
–Dressing for yourself and dressing to put others at ease.
–ABAN: Empowering girls in Ghana, one fabric at a time.
–Stop telling girls their hemlines are too short.
-A fabulous punk Marie Antoinette-themed photoshoot.
-Total eye candy: a floral affair.
–How not to write a travel piece like Nicholas Kristof.
–Why you shouldn’t participate in voluntourism.
–The war on sex workers.
–The triple-pane windows theory: a shockingly simple blueprint for cities to save the planet without wrecking the economy.
–A tiny village in Vietnam where women choose to be single mothers.
–The curious case of Reeva Steenkamp’s boyfriend.