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Fat Activists
A blog by Kate Harding: Shapely Prose
"Here's the thing: I blog about fat acceptance. Fat acceptance, as you can probably guess from the words "fat" and "acceptance" being right together like that, does not go over so well in some circles. Even in some progressive circles - which are usually known for not hating entire groups of people because of their appearances, not thinking what other people do with their bodies is anybody's beeswax, and not uncritically accepting whatever moral panic the media tries to whip up, but wev. Fat is different!"

Bullying
Site written by students on bullying and weight prejudice among youth.

Fat!So?
Marilyn Wann's spot for people who don't apologize for their size.

Fiere Freethinking Fatties
A note from the FFF Blog: We recognize that everyone who seeks information on Fat Acceptance has arrived at this critical moment of reflection by our own unique and, often, painful path. Some of us are at the beginning of that path, still raw from the hatred and discrimination we must face every day. Others have been around the track a few times and need no introduction.

Remembering Judy Freespirit
Judy Freespirit, architect of the fat liberation movement and all-around lesbian feminist activist, died in SF on September 10, 2010, from natural causes. She was 74. This website has been provided for all the women and allies in the struggle for fat liberation whose lives were touched by Judy's warmth, work and fierce dedication to truth. You're invited to leave your memories and thoughts about Judy here.

Stacy Bias
Hi. I'm Stacy Bias - A Fat & Body Image Activist & Campus Speaker in Portland, Or!

Stand4EveryBody!
This Stand4EveryBody website collects contact information for organizations and individuals that are responding to the weight-stigmatizing campaign in Georgia with efforts to encourage a Health At Every Size® approach and celebration of weight diversity




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