When Lindsey Averill began to seek backing for a documentary called Fattitude, she had been warned by other pro-body positivity filmmakers about the potential negative reaction from folks on the Internet. More
Topic: fat acceptance
Maybe this research will stop people from being cruel to strangers in public. I wish I could say I was optimistic about that. More
A little while ago, Abercrombie & Fitch CEO
Clayface Mike Jeffries made some really awful comments about why his fratty Americana mall clothes don’t come in larger sizes. A recent article (focusing on the brand’s desire for thin, popular customers) brought the comments back around and a new outcry surged on the internet, especially from the fat acceptance community. One blogger, Jes at The Militant Baker, decided to write an open letter to Jeffries.
…Even better, she did a photoshoot to accompany that letter, imagining ‘fat Abercrombie ads’ that reflect positive body image. More