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If you are female or female presenting and are fat, there are plenty of blogs to look to for fashion inspiration. There's no shortage of plus size fashion bloggers who identify as women, but when I started to look for body positive men's fashion blogs, I had a much more difficult time finding a space that celebrated the personal style of men above a certain size. Of course, I am beyond elated to see the growing visibility of plus-size women such as Tess Holliday, who is on the cover of this week's People Magazine.
Sarah Thompson, founder of Resilient Fat Goddess, writes about body positivity, body liberation, and fat liberation at the intersections of gender, sexuality, and eating disorders. Even if it was too cold so no one really saw my shirt. I think it helped me advocate for myself to get in a row with an empty seat.