I am a size-dignity activist, but what does that mean?
Size dignity is treating every person you encounter with dignity, kindness, and sympathy, no matter their size.
People who fall outside the 'normal' ranges in our society are often ridiculed, excluded from public discourse, treated poorly, and isolated. This is not acceptable.
As a size-dignity activist, my goal is to raise awareness of the truth that all bodies are good bodies, that our culture trains us to see others with an anti-fat bias, and that you can take up as much space as your body needs without needing to defend yourself against attack.
Want to learn more about size dignity?
Read this blog
Check out Fat & Faithful, the podcast I co-host with J. Nicole Morgan
Pre-order my book and Nicole's book (affiliate links)
Join All Bodies Are Good Bodies on Facebook
Follow me on Twitter: @AmandaMBeck or @FatandFaithful