–The new issue of Skorch is fabulous, as always.
–H&M has been hoodwinked by its own sustainability mandate.
-Love it: Rag & Bone NYFW brings us way back to the early ’00s with this runway trend.
-I’m so excited to hear that JNCO jeans are coming back, but I really wish they’d make plus sizes.
-Margot rounds up a bunch of awesome edgy accessories, including the purple shimmery boots that I have and should wear more often. (They make the bottoms of my feet hurt, but I’m planning to put in new insoles and see if that helps.)
–Hard Candy will reissue a bunch of its popular shades from the ’90s.
-This fat liberation manifesto from the ’70s is still completely relevant today.
–Failed at dieting? Welcome to the Almost Everyone Club!
-The PDX Fat List is a directory of fat-friendly businesses in the Portland, OR metro area.
-Shannon interviews a group of people about their experiences with HAES and the negative impact of SDH (social determinants of health), and how the HAES community can better address SDH. He also writes a conclusion post about his views on the complicated relationship between HAES and SDH.
–Health and the usual disclaimers.
–Fining the parents of fat kids is a terrible, terrible idea ARGHHHHH.
Climate and Sustainability
-14-year old activist Xiuhtezcatl Martinez gives 8 reasons to be optimistic about the climate movement in 2015.
–“More research” into geoengineering is not such a hot idea.
–Understanding Obama’s suckiness on climate.
–If you think that California is dry now, wait until the 2050s. I so wish we could send them some of our excessive snow…
–Big Oil’s explosive week: two disasters reveal the dangers of America’s energy boom.