FGR Chats is our series that introduces contributors and guests to our audience. In order to show just how varied our community is, we’ve kept the questions the same for each person. Except for Dawn, we came up with our list after we had our chat!
When I sat down to write this intro for Toni, I couldn’t recall how we first connected, so I went researching. I checked my messages on FB, both to my personal account as well as the FGR page. Nothing. I searched the FB group where I thought I posted a message and Toni responded. Nope. I then checked 4 other groups. No. No Toni. (Read More…)
When I first started FGR, one of my younger cousins supported us and shared a post of ours. In fact, her name still regularly pops up in our FB notifications. Well, one of her friends commented on that early post about how she liked the idea of FGR and how we needed to exist, or something like that, it’s been a while! (Read More…)
I was scrolling through IG again and stumbled upon an account by the name of Ample Movement. The name of course caught my eye…ample? And movement? Why hello hello! So I checked out the account and learned they are a community for outdoor adventures that is fat positive and inclusive. (Read more….)
Yet again, I took a step out of my comfort zone. This time I posted messages in several fat positive Facebook groups asking if anyone had an interesting story and wanted to write about it. I had a few dud responses, but the first one I received was from a Katie Zicarelli. (Read more….)
After reading our “8 WAYS TO MAKE YOUR BUSINESS MORE BODY POSITIVE” post, I bet you’re all wondering…who is this Lindley Ashline? We found Lindley because she’s an ever present entrepreneur challenging the status quo by creating new businesses that support the fat community. (Read more….)
I was stumbling along on IG and saw this woman in a gray sweatshirt posing in a cute way. I can’t pose to save my life, as you can so clearly tell from all my posts and reviews, so this cute pose caught my eye. I also love a sweatshirt dress. Ask my child-of-the-80’s heart, or my sister. (Read More….)