A few months ago I unfollowed a woman on Instagram I had been following for nearly a year because she did something I found completely despicable. She was a white woman who tanned so excessively her skintone appeared very dark (but orange). She also regularly manipulated her photos to make herself appear darker. And over … Continue reading Please Don’t Appropriate Hashtags
There is this weird tip-toe thin people (especially liberals) do around the word "fat". They use words like, "heavy", "bigger", and the like. They're terrified of uttering it, except in a low voice, with eyes cast down just slightly, hands draped over drinks with other thin friends on a Moms Night Out. They do this … Continue reading Dear Thin People: “Fat” Is Not A Slur
"I am not a perfect pumpkin...and I have never tried to be." A body-positive poem about being imperfect.
The love ran out a bit this week. A small crack had worked its way into the foundation and over time it wore away the veneer and the strength. Eventually a trickle came and then suddenly a flood of love poured out of my vessel, leaving me all but empty. I have learned to love … Continue reading When The Love Runs Out
I'm writing this to you from bed. I'm laying on my left side because in my experience, it's easier to pass gas when I lay on my left side. Three weeks ago my doctor prescribed 2000 mgs of Metformin, a common treatment for women with PCOS. Metformin is more commonly known as a drug to … Continue reading I Don’t Give A Damn About Your Thin Fragility
Something I've always felt there's a real lack of is interviews with thin men who love fat women. These men are given nicknames like, "chubby chaser" and told their physical and sexual preferences are just fetishes, but the reality is that loving a fat woman doesn't require you to be anything other than a person … Continue reading Our Mixed Weight Relationship – An Interview With My Partner Of 10 Years
Dear Fat Girl, I love your Instagram selfies, tee shirts and panties, thick thighs, and round bellies, dirty bathroom mirror with the flash turned on, looking at the screen because you're feeling yourself. Yes. I love them. I love your Facebook profile photo with your summer skin showing, fat arms out in sleeveless shirts, raised … Continue reading Dear Fat Girl