alimarko:

Dear Michigan House of Representatives,

If you don’t want it spoken about in your proceedings, don’t try to regulate it.

(via feminishblog)

chlochloariadne:

stophatingyourbody:

redgaia:

They all weigh 150lbs

There is no ‘right’ body type. Weight looks different on different people, and it is ALL OKAY. Don’t compare yourself to other people’s bodies, learn to love the body you’re in NOW and what it can do NOW.

I love this. People rarely believe my weight when I tell them I’m 92lbs, but yeah… Look at the women above, ALL 150lbs. You can look TOTALLY different to somebody the same weight as you.

(via sneerandloathing)

10 Ways To Be a Body Positivity Advocate

jaggedflow: 10 Ways To Be a Body Positivity Advocate

1. Be yourself. Whatever size, color, religion, gender, race, or sexual orientation. Don’t make apologies for yourself. Believe in the righteousness of your cause. Believe that hate helps nobody.

2. Understand that you’re beautiful. Understand that people who criticize your body or my body or Kelly Clarkson’s body can’t take that away from you. Understand that a lot of people are hateful morons, and they don’t reflect on you, and they shouldn’t affect you.

3. Let go of fear. Don’t let fear keep you from living your life the way you want to. Don’t be afraid to put on spandex and go to the gym. Don’t be afraid to order the cheesecake. Don’t be afraid to use the word fat. Boo during the trailer for that disgusting Dane Cook movie. Don’t be silent. Don’t allow yourself to be marginalized.

4. Challenge fatphobic (and thinphobic) statements when you see them. Don’t be afraid to speak up.

5. Read blogs, leave comments, join the community. It’s not a monolithic wall of agreement. There’s plenty of room for debate and conversation.

6. Bring body positivity and size acceptance issues into your communities. Science fiction, LGBT, yoga. Whatever you can think of.

7. Link to your favorite body positivity blogs, maybe in unexpected places or in the middle of unexpected conversations–spread the word.

8. Brainstorm different ways to be an advocate. The dressing room project? Fat hate bingo? The fat rant? All of these began with individuals who are helping make things happen.

9. Create body-positive art. Be a performer, a dancer, a cheerleader, a magnet maker, a photographer, a model, a poet, a painter, a T-shirt designer, a songwriter, a novelist.

10. Have more to say or a unique perspective? Submit a guest post to a blog like this one. Or, if you’re very brave, start a blog of your own.

from the Big Fat Deal blog

(Source: jubilantjezebel, via fuckyeahsexeducation)

feistyfeminist:

Hillary Clinton: ‘Extremists Want To Control Women’

While ‘America as leaders of the world’ is a little weird to us, we would like to say — GET IT!

(Source: turnonred, via feministriots)

Wanna Contribute to Stigma Zine #2?

moderngirlblitz:

In need yr words!

The subject for Stigma #2 is bodies. You can read about the guidlines/details etc etc etc in this post<3

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