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image Health comes in all shapes and sizes - including mine. Join me as I debunk the misinformation about the unhealthiness of fat and the stereotypes about fat people. Stand up with me as I push back against a culture that has sidelined my body and disenfranchised me for inhabiting it. Let's work together to bring an end to discrimination - in whatever forms it rears its head. This work is syndicated here with permission and can be found at Dances With Fat.
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Fun With Awkward Conversations

Do you often wonder what to say when others are talking about their own diets and weight loss? Check out Ragen’s recommendations.

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$200,000 to Check Our BMI?

Can you believe that a researcher has been awarded a grant to develop technology that will enable an accurate estimate of BMI from a photo of a person’s face? What kind of implications does this have?

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When is Weight a Symptom?

Although extra weight can sometimes be a symptom of a medical issue, treating a person’s body size as a diagnosis or making stereotypical assumptions can and does cause harm.

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Dealing With The Anger of Fatphobia

Do you feel angry at the world for treating you badly for being fat? Ragen shares how she deals with this kind of anger.

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Just Say No…And Yes

Do you tend to stay out of the public eye in order to avoid judgment about your fatness? Ragen understands, and has some suggestions.

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It’s Not An Obesity Epidemic

Are you looking for something to share with others that refutes the necessity (or even the ethics) of the War Against Obesity? Here it is! Share share share!

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I’m Not Blogging About This

Ragen discusses why she refused a tempting offer to get paid to blog about an athletic wear company. She also provides links to info about the RASCAL (Radical Acts of Self Care) Challenge. Check it out!

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I Know What Boys Like, I Know What Guys Want

Women are often encouraged to measure their worth by what men think of them. It’s important to recognize that we each get to choose how we determine our own value.

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Caffeinated Underpants for Weight Loss?

The FTC declares that caffeinated underpants are not effective for weight loss, but are diets really much better?

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Living a Normal Life

Can you believe that some internet commenters call medical care for fat people a “waste of taxpayer dollars?”  Some who don’t feel that strongly still think fat people should lose weight in order to live “normal lives.”

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