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Did y’all know that we have an Instagram page dedicated to celebrating YOU!?!?! You can post any photo on Instagram with the #fatgirlflowfam to be featured on the FatGirlFlowFam page on Instagram!! This page is run by a community of fat babes that help keep everything running smooth! Our mods are all passionate about keeping the FatGirlFlowFam page inclusive and as a page that celebrates diversity! We want everyone to feel welcome in the FatGirlFlowFam!!
Below we’ve created a little list of some of our favorite looks from the FatGirlFlow community! Don’t forget to to hashtag your own photos #fatgirlflowfam for a chance to be featured!!!
J Aprileo is a non-binary blogger who runs comfyfat.com they are all about comfort and accessibility for fat people.! psssst – this is Corissa’s sweetie btw 😉
Hannah is looking great in this Fat Bitch shirt, and we love the sunglasses too!
Danielle Bex is a fashionista and blogger at daniellebex.com! The perfect #fatgirlflowfam look!
Is it vain to say I’m still drooling over myself in this look? I loved this lush jacket but returned it because of my holiday budget ? Returning was easy though because I tried it on through @stitchfix ✨ Today I’m posting a try-on review of this fashion subscription service! So hop on to the link in my bio and subscribe so you don’t miss it! Believe me, you’ll want these deets ?
April K. Quioh is a co-host of the body posi podcast She’s All Fat! She’s a great friend of the Fat Girl Flow community! And she looks amazing in her Fat Bitch shirt!
Jess Dudfield is a graphic designer and you can find their portfolio here.
Katlyn Nemo is an artist, you can see some of their work at www.katlynnemo.com. Love this snowy look Katlyn is giving us!
I clearly remember the first time someone called me “fat bitch”. I was 11 years old. It was shocking. I knew my body didn’t look the same as most of my friends bodies but I had never before considered that I might be fat. Because of how I was raised (on radical left-wing politics), I started developing an anti-oppression rhetoric while quite young, around the age of 12 or 13. I spent my teen years being labeled by many as too aggressive, too loud, too political, a (fat) bitch. There was an oasis in my high school years of friends who felt similarly to me about the issues I cared about. I even had a couple teachers that guided me towards literary and cinematic works that focused on feminism, racism, and anarchism. They quietly told me not to tell anyone about what they were sharing with me out of fear of being reprimanded or loosing their jobs. I feel like I got positive feedback from the right people, is the point, so I was confident that I could be a bitch when it was called for: when creeps bullied other students, when my girl friends were preyed upon by boys, when teachers spouted violent homophobic drivel. Being called a loud bitch was better than saying nothing. If it wasn't for the friends, family, and mentors that supported me, I might never have been the bitch I had to be. "Bitch" is something few people in my adult life would label me as (I think anyway) and not because I've been dissuaded from being a bitch, but because at this point I tend to be surrounded by a lot more like-minds. The majority of my adult experiences in being called a "bitch" has been directly tied to the word "fat" and it has mostly come from men. Occasionally by total strangers; a few times it's been shouted at me in the street. Once when I was on a crowded bus a man shouted and laughed that I was a "fat bitch" over and over for everyone on the bus to hear, and told me, "you love when I talk to you like this don't you?", then reached out to grab me. The bus driver, who was a fat dude, yelled at this shitty guy and threw him off, thankfully. I could have really used another bitch to come to my aid in that situation. ?Text continued below in comments?
Kaytee Joy is rocking the Fat Babe sweatshirt! We love it!
When in doubt, wear your fat babe shirt. . . . . . . . #effyourbeautystandards #honormycurves #bopo #bodypositivity #positivity #happiness #equality #celebratemysize #positivevibes #plussize #plusmodel #plussizefashion #plusisequal #bodyconfident #bodyconfidence #confidence #selflove #fatbabe #alternativecurves #fatgirlflowfam
Megan looks amazing in the Fat Brat shirt. This shirt is sold out, but be on the look out for a new Fat Brat design in the Fat Girl Flow store very soon!
Oops. 2k18 unapologetic, make people uncomfortable, push the limits, these are things I hope to achieve, I’ll start with this shirt and photo. • • • • • #fatgirlflow #fatbitch #shotoniphone #plussizefashion #fatandtattooed #notsorry #effyourbeautystandards #bodypositive #dontyuckmyyum #plussize Also tagging all the badass fat babes that inspire me
Heather is quite the fashionista and we love it!! She has a YouTube channel where she showcases some of her outfits!
You may read my shirt and wonder why I'm showing profanity on my instagram. However, this shirt is so much more than that. It's about taking the words others use to oppress you and wearing them as a badge of honor. I've been on a body positivity journey this year and have slowly learned that accepting and loving yourself for where you are in life is absolutely freeing. Thank you @fatgirlflow for making this awesome t-shirt! #bodypositivity #fatgirlflow #fatgirlflowfam #plussizefashion
We here at FatGirlFlow are a family! And we want everyone in the plus size community to feel welcome! Come say hi to us over on the Fat Girl Flow Fam instagram and spend some time getting to know everyone!