Posted by on December 25, 2013
Dec 252013

By Viola

When I was in college and stuck in the middle of writing a paper, I would take a shower. I liked showering in the elegant bathrooms in the dorms – the stalls themselves were beautiful, white and gray marble that echoed the splattering of water, the black and white basket-weave tile carefully preserved on the floor. Each shower-head had a plastic card hanging from it with instructions on how to perform a breast self-exam.

Seeing a Desirable Me

 Posted by on April 21, 2013
Apr 212013
Seeing a Desirable Me

By lunaKM

From an early age, I would look into the mirror and see only the things I wish I could change; from the dimple in my chin, my growing belly and fat arms to my round face, huge jiggly ass. Then I didn’t realize that some men would prize these very flaws that I wanted to rid myself of. Seeing me through their eyes has been an amazing experience.

Don’t Be Scared

 Posted by on October 1, 2011
Oct 012011

By Mako Allen Many years ago, I started going to The Phoenix Society, a scene club in Baltimore. I was brand-new, and while I was bold about seeking out my desires, I did hold back some. I had no problem telling people I wanted to get spanked, but I kept what I thought were my […]

I Do Not Want to Have “Fat Sex”

 Posted by on September 11, 2011
Sep 112011

By AliceSin Aerie People who are experts in what has been dubbed “Fat Sex” want fat people to be treated with kindness and respect for their body in regards to sex. I think that is commendable. I also think it is myopic. I am a great many things. In the list of titles and attributes […]

Human Dignity

 Posted by on February 10, 2011
Feb 102011

By C.K. Persons

The life and dignity of the human person is the foundational belief of Catholic Social Thought. Genesis, the first book of the Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament), highlights the Judeo-Christian belief in the inherent goodness of creation. God calls creation good six times and adds the superlative “very good” on the seventh time

Because He Said So

 Posted by on November 4, 2010
Nov 042010

By Rayne

At first, I was worried I wouldn’t be able to think of something to write about. I shouldn’t have been. M always comes through.
I was sitting here tapping away at an email to my father, when M said, “You can put your stuff back on now.”

Kink vs Guilt

 Posted by on October 11, 2010
Oct 112010

by Ms Selina Minx

Something which has been coming up a lot lately, is the issue of kink vs spirituality. Open sexuality in general stands in opposition of the Judeo-Christian-Muslim religious ethic, with it’s mostly guiltless enjoyment of such activities as sadomasochism, swinging, and even polyamory inciting a fierce negative response from these religions.

Sep 092010

by Shanna Katz

The other day, I was asked about why there is so much fat acceptance in the queer community. Now, of course it wasn’t phrased quite as respectfully as that, but I like to think of it in a nicer way.

Jun 032010

by N

I am a burlesque performer, a burlesque performer who measurements do not fall into the category of 36-24-36 but more like 43-36-42. I am a size 12 and not a size 2. My stomach pops out and from certain angles, makes me look more pregnant than toned. My ass is full of cellulite and my arms are flabby.