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  1. Healthy Legal by Golda Poretsky

    Navigating legal arrangements can be difficult for any small business owner. As an alternative health practitioner, you need someone on your side who speaks your language, understands your needs, and believes in what you do. You also need someone who understands the law and can advocate for you and your business. That’s where we come in. At the Law Offices of Golda R. Poretsky, Esq., we take care of the legal work, so that you can build the practice of your dreams.

  2. Association for Size Diversity & Health (ASDAH)

    The Association for Size Diversity and Health (ASDAH) is an international professional organization started in 2003.  It is an all-volunteer not-for-profit organization, whose members and leaders are committed to the principles of Health At Every Size (HAES).

  3. National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance (NAAFA)

    As is written on their homepage: Founded in 1969, the National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance (NAAFA) is a non-profit civil rights organization dedicated to ending size discrimination in all of its forms. NAAFA’s goal is to help build a society in which people of every size are accepted with dignity and equality in all aspects of life. NAAFA will pursue this goal through advocacy, public education, and support.

  4. Better Than the Bullies

    Take the high road and stand up to bullying. This isn’t about intrinsically being better than anyone. This is about better behavior, and that’s what we’re striving to have and to communicate to others. Find out how you can get involved.

  5. Bigger and Better Thangs

    BBT believes that full - figured women & big handsome men as well as professionals and entrepreneurs need a place where they can come together to party, network and socialize in a friendly and comfortable atmosphere. People from all over come to enjoy the grown party atmosphere and travel with us on weekend getaways.

  6. BabsBBW

    Babs is a plus size community designed to help you find new friends, meet eligible singles and build relationships.

  7. NOLOSE (once the National Organizations for Lesbians of SizE)

    NOLOSE* is a volunteer-run organization dedicated to ending the oppression of fat people and creating vibrant fat queer culture.

  8. International Size Acceptance Association (ISAA)

    The mission of the International Size Acceptance Association (ISAA) is to promote size acceptance and fight size discrimination throughout the world by means of advocacy and visible, lawful actions. ISAA’s primary purpose is to end the most common form of size discrimination and bigotry—that against fat children and adults; ISAA will strive to defend the human rights of members affected by other forms of size discrimination as well. ISAA defines SIZE DISCRIMINATION as any action which places people at a disadvantage simply because of their size. ISAA defines size acceptance as acceptance of self and others without regard to weight or body size.

  9. Fat Rights Coalition

    Mission Statement: FatRights is a coalition of activists working in concert to advance fat rights, both as a practice of self-acceptance and as a culture-wide exercise in social justice. FatRights strives to eliminate fat hatred and fat phobia while supporting individuals through education and empowerment.

  10. Council On Size & Weight Discrimination

    As it says on their site, “We are a not-for-profit group which works to change people’s attitudes about weight. We act as consumer advocates for larger people, especially in the areas of medical treatment, job discrimination, and media images.”


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