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Food Shaming

Why I've Stopped Trying To Have A Thigh Gap

Pamela Madsen | Posted 05.11.2016 | Fifty
Pamela Madsen

I don't have a thigh gap. And in this moment I'm not working toward having one. Stunning. I know. Imagine that. I get it, it's not news that women are held to impossibly high standards when it comes to what our bodies are suppose to look like.

Lily Karlin

The Word We Need To Stop Using To Describe The Act Of Eating | Lily Karlin | Posted 09.15.2014 | Women

Eating lean fish is good, and eating a cheeseburger is bad, right? Before you agree, you may want to ask yourself what makes you so sure. Thinking...

'Fat' And 'Ugly' Are Not The Worst Things A Woman Can Be

Sarah Beauchamp | Posted 10.06.2014 | Women
Sarah Beauchamp

If we keep accepting this as reality, if we keep dieting and trying to fit into the stereotypes, or if we keep apologizing for not fitting into the stereotypes, we're doomed. No matter who you are, it's almost impossible to be "pretty" and "thin" to everyone. You will always be "fat" or "ugly" to someone.

Women's Innermost Thoughts About Food Reveal A Culture-Wide Problem

The Huffington Post | Nina Bahadur | Posted 07.29.2014 | Women

Chances are, many of the women you know have a turbulent relationship with food. We are constantly inundated with messages about dieting, and exp...

Emma Gray

The Insidious Type Of Street Harassment No One Is Talking About | Emma Gray | Posted 07.01.2016 | Women

Eating something delicious should be nothing but a delicious experience. "Hey, girl, you shouldn’t be eating that. You’re gonna get fat!”...

This Is The Only Chocolate Commercial You'll Ever Need To See

The Huffington Post | Emma Gray | Posted 07.08.2014 | Women

"Eating is unfeminine. You should feel guilty about it. But also sexually aroused by it." In one sentence, College Humor manages to nail the ridicu...

This Instagram Account Shames Skinny Women For Posing With Food

Nina Bahadur | Posted 08.06.2014 | Women
Nina Bahadur

Why is this Instagrammer hell-bent on "proving" that people are lying about what they consume? Picking on individual people for images they uploaded of meals or treats they're about to enjoy sounds a lot like shaming.

Artists Challenges Food-Shaming With Nude Self Portraits (NSFW)

The Huffington Post | Priscilla Frank | Posted 11.07.2014 | Arts

For many, a snack is not just a snack. Whether serving as a means of rebellion, a secret indulgence, a compulsory drug or a well-deserved reward, a se...