“You wind up making friends with guys who admit their dating preferences freely, knowing that – since you’re no longer fat – they won’t offend you…”
That’s right. I said it. Death to her. We can host her funeral right here. I’ll chip in for some orchids.
Why does your ‘hood have nothing but corner stores and candy bars? Easy: it’s the cheapest and most profitable.
On the “real women have curves” mentality, “plus-size celebration” issues and body snarking.
How much does your mate’s language affect your body image?
A few thoughts on Hollaback’s street harassment video, and the experiences of active women outdoors.
“[Spelman’s president] said a campus analysis found that almost one out of every two students has high blood pressure, Type 2 diabetes or is obese.”
Celebrities and well-known women “go naked” to encourage sunscreen use.
Apparently, “healthy eating and exercise” is a “whites only affair.”
“…how can you look at someone who is obese and hold them personally responsible for each pound? Or personally virtuous for each pound lost?”
Marriages are more satisfying for both partners when wives are thinner than their husbands, according to a new study.
“Doesn’t that make you fat?” “Don’t you worry about that going straight to your thighs?” Girl, BYE.
A white man’s perspective of street harassment and interactions between men and women of color.
What shame is, what it does, and how to fight it on your own.
Do anti-obesity campaigns promote fat-shaming?
You don’t like her, but you’d better hope to become her.
For survivors of sexual violence, what DOES healing look like? Inside, I offer my thoughts.
Why do we always feel like we’re never enough?
All you have to do… is do something they didn’t.
“People at a social disadvantage are more likely to experience stress from racism. And they are less likely to have the resources to extinguish this stress, because they are at a social disadvantage.”