Frog Kissing Princess

The trials and tribulations of a 22 year old single girl on a journey to find self-love and become an influential writer. Amidst a time of failures and successes I hope to find the Aladdin to my blonde Jasmine. Magic carpet included.

Things change. And friends leave. Life doesn’t stop for anybody. ~ Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012)

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Unequal access to fat-sized fashion is a well-documented and long-term phenomenon. Even now, after several decades of fat-positive activism and consumer interest fuelling the creation of more fat fashion, clothing in larger sizes is not nearly as accessible as “straight-sized” clothing, in terms of quantity as well as quality. As such, today’s fa(t)shionistas have developed their own ways to engage with fashion when the industry refuses to recognise them as viable customers.

Graphics used from ModCloth survey

Used by permission of the publishers from “Fashion’s ‘Forgotten Woman’: How fat bodies queer fashion and consumption,” in Queering Fat Embodiment eds. Cat Pausé, Jackie Wykes and Samantha Murray (Farnham: Ashgate, 2014). pp. 133-134. Copyright © 2014

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