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Welcome to the More of Me to Love blogs! Follow our experts as they discuss their tips and talk about nutrition, fitness and mental wellness. Admire voluptuous fat art in the Rubenesque Gallery. Read interviews with authors who write about big and beautiful heroines. Learn about the latest info and research on Health at Every Size, weight, loving your body and fat activism. Our blogs are also a great place to keep up with the sizable amount of news related to More of Me to Love and the Fat Community. And don’t forget to leave your own thoughts in the comments sections - we love hearing what you have to say!

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Sizing Things Up

Will Melissa McCarthy’s new clothing line come in your size? Should larger sizes be called plus sizes and be in a separate place in stores?

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A Misleading Minor Meme

Should childhood “overweight” be considered a bigger problem than learning disabilities, autism, seizures, etc.? And what about societal issues that affect children’s well-being?

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Bull Loons

Why does the medical industry and society in general keep pushing people with larger bodies to violate their own persons and risk their well-being just to be the “perfect” or “correct” size?

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When Good Friends Post Bad Fat Jokes

Do your “friends” sometimes post hurtful fat “jokes” on social media? Ragen has suggestions for how to deal with that.

Posted in: Dances With Fat

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Reap The Rewards

Where do you buy your produce? Mary shares her many reasons for buying from local growers, and encourages all of us to enjoy that experience, if possible.

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Wondering Why We’re Fat?

Are you tired of people making assumptions about why you’re fat? Check out what Ragen has to say about this all too common problem.

Posted in: Dances With Fat

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Size Matters

Mary was pleasantly surprised to find like-minded parents when she helped with uniform fittings for her daughter’s high school band.

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A Game Of Oh Hell No!

Whether you are a Game of Thrones fan or not, you will appreciate Mary’s writing about how ridiculous it is for any fan of the show to question the plausibility of one of its central characters remaining fat in spite of energy-draining conditions.

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Even if Weight Loss Would Solve Every Problem

Weight loss is promised to “cure what ails ya.” no matter what that is, when in truth there is basically no more research to support weight loss than there is to promote any other snake oil.

Posted in: Dances With Fat

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Once In Love With Amy

Have you seen the preview clip from the movie Trainwreck? Unfortunately, it makes some negative implications about fat men. Mary has suggestions for how to counteract this negativity.

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