Melissa A. Fabello is a feminist writer who covers issues related to body politics and beauty culture. Her activism focuses on making peace in eating disorder recovery, striving toward eliminating size stigma, and bringing a more radical lens to the mainstream body positivity conversation. Currently, Melissa works as a freelance consultant in digital content strategy, helping organizations and individuals with everything from social media to press strategy. Previously, Melissa worked for five years as Managing Editor of Everyday Feminism, one of the largest independent feminist media websites in the world. She is also a doctoral candidate in Widener University’s Human Sexuality Studies program, where her research looks at how women with anorexia nervosa make meaning of their experiences with skin hunger. You can learn more about Melissa (and sign up for her newsletter) on her website. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram @fyeahmfabello.