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A Celebration of Curves
Discussions about beauty and HAES by Corinna Makris, who also runs This Lush Life, a size positive online mall for full figured women. Her motto is "Live the Life you Love and Love the Life you Live".

Amanda, a fat girl in San Francisco, shares comments, stories, and rants that are full of "gloriously unapologetic fatness".

Big Fat Delicious
On Mariellen's personal blog, she shares her views on fat acceptance, living as a fat woman, and a wide variety of other topics.

Dances With Fat
Ragen Chastain: Dancer, Choreographer, Writer, Speaker & Fat Person.

Fat Chicks Rule
Lara Frater, author of the book Fat Chicks Rule: How to Survive in a Thin-Centric World, is a New York City-based fat acceptance activist. Her frequently-updated blog contains news, book updates and rants, all on a HAES theme.

Fat Impolitic
Laurie Toby Edison - Photographer

Fatties United Blog
The purpose of Fatties United is to provide a space for many voices in the size acceptance community to speak out.

Fierce, Freethinking Fatties
Daily posts by a variety of writers, headed by "Chief Fatty" Shannon Russell.

First, Do No Harm
Real stories of fat prejudice in health care

It Gets Fatter Project
It Gets Fatter is a body positivity project started by fat queer people of colour, for fat people of colour.

Lisa's Life Lessons
I've had Weight Loss Surgery 3 Times and I'm Still Fat. Now what? Recovering from destructive dieting, disordered eating and fatphobia with Nutrient Dense Foods and some major Mind Body Healing - Never never never another diet!

Living ~ 400lbs
And believe me, I am still alive!

I'm just a fat gal with a blog and an opinion. Well, lots of opinions.

Obesity Timebomb
Charlotte Cooper is a queer fat researcher and activist in East London, interested in fat activism and DIY culture.

On The Whole
Observations on Mind Body Spirit by Peggy Elam, Ph.D.

Rochelle Rice
Rochelle Rice, MA Nationally-recognized speaker, author, and educator, dedicates herself to empowering women of size by connecting the body, the mind, and the heart through focus, movement, and breath. She is the author of Real Fitness for Real Women (Warner, 2001).

The Body Positive Blogs
The Body Positive's mission is to implement educational programs that transform individual and societal beliefs about weight, body image, and identity. The result is a growing national movement of healthy, confident individuals contributing to positive change in the world.

The Fat Chick Sings
Jeanette DePatie (A.K.A. The Fat Chick) is a plus-sized, certified fitness instructor who has helped hundreds of people who haven’t worked out in a while (or ever) learn to love their bodies and love fitness again.

The Rotund
Marianne Kirby's blog: "I'm on a mission here to let you know that fat people are not your enemy. And skinny people aren't your enemy either. Here, the body is a political one no matter its size or shape. We are going to unpack society's standards of beauty, the oppression of the dominant social paradigm when it comes to body conformity, and talk about clothes. Maybe even makeup. Because I do love makeup.Here, I hope, we will come to a place of acceptance. Acceptance for our own bodies and for the bodies of others."

The Shape of a Mother
It is my dream, then, to create this website where women of all ages, shapes, sizes and nationalities can share images of their bodies so it will no longer be secret. So we can finally see what women really look like sans airbrushes and plastic surgery.

Unapologetically Fat
A blog about fat, body acceptance, social justice, science, and occasionally politics.

Well-Rounded Mama
Size-Acceptance Warrior, Birth Activist, and One Fierce Mama.

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