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25 Things Nobody Tells You About Traveling While Fat
Even more so. Oh hayyy! Some fabulous fat ladies refer to themselves as curvy, or voluptuous, or Amazonian, or thick, or plus-size, or whatever term they like best. I refer to myself as fat and also, like, all of the above. You get the idea.
This beach rescue's not over until the fat lady sinks
A confession: this article idea came to me while indulging in a guilty pleasure: falling into an Instagram hole, spending who knows how long surfing hashtags and following one user to another through my friends following feeds. A recent late-night episode brought me across this gem: fatkini. As a chubby person who has struggled with body hatred and fat acceptance my whole life, I was really drawn to these mostly celebratory and beautiful images of women embracing their bikini bodies. So I talked to three women of color all involved in the fat or plus-size world, either through fashion Marie Denee , fat activism and academia Virgie Tovar , and social media Laura Luna P.
Summer brings with it so many delights: mangoes, festivals, my birthday, mangoes and long evenings of slow sunsets. But the rising mercury heralds a minefield of distress for many a larger lass. Trips to the beach can yield anxiety and judgment, summer fashions don't always come above a 14, Christmas brings tactless relatives asking if you really need that second helping, and don't get me started on the CHUB RUB. So, as we count down to December, my festive contribution to my plus size pals is a little something I like to call: A Fat Lady's Guide to Summer. The fabulous Tess Holliday flexing at Mooloolaba.