DIET CULTURE

Differing attitudes toward food and body size can put strain on interactions with those around us. As the ‘eating season’ approaches, how can we best tackle this?

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Two people sit back to back on the floor with their eyes closed
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Some cinemas are reopening and — despite wanting to support them — I still don’t feel ready to return

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A person sits alone in an empty, decorative cinema
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DIET CULTURE

Why do many of those who care about equality and social justice dismiss fatphobia as a non-issue?

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a White woman’s face, eyes closed, wearing a white, gauzy blindfold
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It’s been a while since I walked your streets

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DIET CULTURE

What does our fascination with fat-to-thin transformation say about us? And can we redirect our attention to more meaningful change?

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A furry caterpillar crawls along a branch
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5. Be discerning about whose wisdom you take on board

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An assortment of white cut-out numbers on a red background
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1. Define For Yourself Why You’re on Medium


Rosa’s way of living posed the question: what if there are other ways to be a woman in this world?

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A woman with long hair stands in a sunflower field with her back to the camera
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These four letters always bring me back into the moment

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An empty road with traffic lights, trees and a mountain in the distance
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Personal stories can only be told through our own lens; but in what ways can we ensure we’re being fair?

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A black and white photograph of a woman shaking her head so that it blurs
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Kellee Rich

Writing all the things. She/her. Owner of Modern Letters publication. richtext.co.uk/links

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