No Ordinary Love: Sonya Renee Taylor Wants You To Stop Apologizing For Your Body

Radical self-love is inherently interdependent and immovable. It just is.

Expanding Our Imagination: 9 Novels That Show Fat People Themselves

Some books show fat people themselves—good, bad, fatphobia, insecurities, and triumphs included Read more »

We All Need a Squeeze: “Dr. Pimple Popper” Shows the True Meaning of Body Positivity

A simplistic view of body positive journeys denies access to the ongoing journey to merge the personal and political. Read more »

Ask Auntie Randa: On Writing, Coffee Grounds, and the Flavors of Oral Sex

Randa Jarrar will take your questions. Read more »

It’s Time to Reclaim Our Skin: How Getting Naked Restores Our Dignity

This is your living body; this is what aliveness feels like. Read more »

New Year, Old Goals: Your New Year’s Diet Resolution Will Fail

Diets don’t work—not in the long-term anyway. Read more »

Taste It: Oral Sex Starts with Words

In the best case scenario, both parties can bring their attention fully to the cock/pussy/other at hand. Or, more precisely, at mouth. Read more »

Conditions of Consent: Teaching Children Bodily Autonomy

These instances are about our collective avoidance of consent and the rape culture. Read more »

The Endo Look: Body Positivity Needs to Tackle Chronic Illness

Like relationships we have with other people, the relationship we have with our bodies is not as polarized as all love or all hate. Read more »

Bitch Approved: 3 Podcasts Feminists Should Listen To In November

Plug in your headphones and get your life. Read more »

Biopower to the People: Fitness trackers are redefining what it means to be a human subject

Order has always been a human ideal—has it become a defining category of a worthy life? Read more »

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