Author Archives: Kate Summers

A few good reads 10.16.16

BMI is Bullshit – Here’s Why It’s Time For Doctors to Ditch It via Everyday Feminism Mom’s Honest Before-And-After Photos Come With Inspiring Message via Huffington Post No More Diets…and Other AAP Recommendations via Psychology Today For Fashion Designer Christian … Continue reading

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A few good reads 10.9.16

How Kate Winslet’s New Movie Puts Body Confidence in the Spotlight via Bustle 10 Bigoted Ideas Posing as ‘Tackling Obesity’ with the Foodscape Argument via Everyday Feminism What I Mean When I Say ‘I Have Anxiety’ via Huffington Post Gaslighting: … Continue reading

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A few good reads 10.2.16

Body Shamer in Chief: Why Donald Trump Hates Fat People So Much by Sunny Sea Gold Inside the Fight to take Back the Fitting Room via Time How I Learned to Stop Comparing Myself to Others, And Love My Own … Continue reading

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A few good reads 9.24.16

The Evolution of ‘Eating Whatever I Want’ in a Post-Diet World by Isabel Foxen Duke Fat Shaming is Not an Individual Problem, It’s a Cultural One by Lesley Kinzel via Medium How the bathroom scale fueled American fat shaming by … Continue reading

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I recently read an article from Joni Edelman over at Ravishly that reminded me of two things. One: cake that is layered with buttercream really is the best. And two: recovery is not linear. Whether it’s from an eating disorder, … Continue reading

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A few good reads 6.26.16

Why the “health” argument for dieting is kind of a moot point by Isabel Foxen Duke I Un-Quit Sugar by Caroline Dooner Here’s How Fatphobia is Being Marketed to You – And Why So Many of Us Buy Into It … Continue reading

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A few good reads 6.5.16

No, it’s not you: why ‘wellness’ isn’t the answer to overwork via The Conversation The Elephant in the Room: How Our Weight Bias Harms Us via Huffington Post What it Means to “Take Care of Yourself…” via Summer Innanen On … Continue reading

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