The International Journal of Eating Disorders 19 3 , The lesbian and bisexual participants differed greatly from the heterosexual women, noting high levels of body acceptance. The fat acceptance movement has primarily focused on a feminist model of patriarchal oppression of fat women, most clearly represented by the encouragement of women to diet. Relation of self-image to body size and weight loss attempts in black women: Joel Barraquiel Tan comments:
Correlates of overweight and obesity among lesbian and bisexual women
International Journal of Eating Disorders, 19 12 , After a while, it gets to you. One of the issues with presenting our research is the relevance of several different but overlapping bodies of literature. Size and self-acceptance, 3. And things get even more crazy when she gets a pregnancy test done and it comes back positive — with Lennie eager to see the results, asking:
In this regard, Anderson and Jack write:. When her father goes missing, Makeda is forced to reconcile with her sister and jump back into the magical world she tried to leave. The Jazz Age Life of Henrietta Bingham by Emily Bingham This Lambda Award winner is about a woman who was raised like a princess in one of the most powerful families in the American South, and was offered the helm of a publishing empire. Life gets more interesting, however, when his father becomes the Buddha of Suburbia, beguiling a circle of would-be mystics. Wanting to see more non-monosexual experiences reflected in the fiction and non-fiction you read?