Category: Body-Positive Media



Face: One Square Foot of Skin, A Book Review

I’ve been excited to read this book since a friend popped into my DMs to tell me it existed. A book that takes a deep dive into how society perceives women’s faces as they age? And explores the effects of those perceptions on women? This is exactly the kind of conversation I want to have.

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Dear Voice,

You were glorious and steady and strong. You said everything I wanted you to say, and you were magnificent. I am so proud of you, so proud of us.

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More Than a Body Book Review

It’s a solid read about living in a world that tries to make us believe that how we look is the most important thing about us. They use a metaphor, the Sea of Self-Objectification, throughout the book to help readers understand the many ways, or waves, that we can be overwhelmed by how we view our bodies, as well as other people’s.

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Sitting Pretty Review

Read Sitting Pretty. It will make you ponder a more accessible world long after the you finish the last essay.

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Two Book Reviews: What We Don’t Talk About When We Talk about Fat and One To Watch

I highly recommend both books, and if you can read them in close proximity, I think it will deepen your appreciation for both.

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Insignificant Events in the Life of a Cactus

Aven may not have arms, but she doesn’t need them to hold the reader captive with her wit, tenacity, and intelligence. She can teach us all lessons in self-love and self-acceptance.

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