An upbeat, positive, online magazine for women all sizes of large. Since its beginning in 1984, Radiance has grown to become one of the leading sources of support, information, and inspiration in the worldwide Size Acceptance Movement. Lots to read at this site! Visit www.radiancemagazine.com today!
Without Measure originally debuted as an ISAA newsletter in August 1997. In April 2001, Without Measure (WOM) was reinvented as an electronic magazine (e-zine). This proved to be an exciting and rewarding approach to conveying a size-friendly topics in an informative and entertaining way to the public at large (of all sizes).
Charlotte Cooper, from London, United Kingdom, writes a relavent fresh blog that may change your attitude toward fat. She is a queer fat researcher and activist in East London, interested in fat activism and DIY culture. You can find out more about her on CharlotteCooper.net or her profile on Academia.edu.
Blog founder writes: This is a community about Yoga for Big Bodies. One can do yoga at any size and any level. There are moves and exercises that we can do that will enrich our lives and strengthen our bodies. We may not look like the crazy pretzel-shaped yoga models you see in the magazines, but there is no difference between them and us when in comes to the way Yoga benefits you. It is all good. It is all a help. Everyone's bones line up differently. I have seen large people do moves thin ones can't and vice versa. We are about Yoga, not looking any particular way, but feeling a certain way - getting the stretch, opening up, and focusing on our own breath.