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Welcome to the More of Me to Love blogs! Follow our experts as they discuss their tips and talk about nutrition, fitness and mental wellness. Admire voluptuous fat art in the Rubenesque Gallery. Read interviews with authors who write about big and beautiful heroines. Learn about the latest info and research on Health at Every Size, weight, loving your body and fat activism. Our blogs are also a great place to keep up with the sizable amount of news related to More of Me to Love and the Fat Community. And don’t forget to leave your own thoughts in the comments sections - we love hearing what you have to say!

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Insights: Forget About the Rules, Let’s Break Taboos!

Patricia is very excited to resume posting about breaking fashion taboos, because she strongly believes that we have the right to wear whatever we want and wear it proudly!

Posted in: Your Fashion Your Way

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If Our Fat is Our Fault

Even if being fat is somehow our fault, wondering how we got to be fat and who we should blame for it does not serve us in any way. Choosing to love your body is a healthy choice.

Posted in: Dances With Fat

Mary Stein's avatar

Big Moment

The winds of change are blowing in Missouri.

Posted in: The Mid Section

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It’s Not About Them

Did you know that you can practice an important form of activism without saying or writing a word about it? Refusing to participate in your own oppression is a powerful form of activism.

Posted in: Dances With Fat

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Pretending There Are No Fat People

Even if we had any reason to believe that all fat people could become thin, none of them could become thin this minute, which leaves the matter of fat people who need to get to work, access medical care etc.

Posted in: Dances With Fat

Michal Spiegelman's avatar

I put my baggage down and welcome change.

Posted in: Balanced Moments

danceswithfat's avatar

Fat is Not Evidence

People, including physicians, try to claim that our bodies are evidence of unhealthy behaviors, lack of willpower, and lack of self-care. Fat bodies aren’t evidence of anything except that fat bodies exist.

Posted in: Dances With Fat

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Fighting Bigotry with Confusion

When you are in a professional situation, how can you respond to attempts at humor that perpetuate bigotry? Ragen has a suggestion that uses confusion.

Posted in: Dances With Fat

Mary Stein's avatar

You’re Killing Me

How many entities can profit from one person’s shame and pain?

Posted in: The Mid Section

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O Captain! My Captain!

Ragen reveals her strong connection with Robin Williams, which started in her early teens. She also shares her earliest effort at activism, which happened in kindergarten.

Posted in: Dances With Fat

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