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A short thinkpiece I wrote last summer

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Nov 29, 2022
Can we talk about how when you’re fat, even just wanting your partner to feel you up and relish in the softness of your body—which is the bare minimum of foreplay—is considered either "gross" or "objectifying"?

I’m tired of being told by vanilla fat liberationists that I have internalized fatphobia because I want my hypothetical future partner to enjoy playing with my belly as much as I do, or because I get turned on by the thought of somebody grabbing me by my love handles/rolls to pull me in close for a kiss.

I’d rather be with someone who’s attracted to both my personality and my fatness than someone who’s afraid to touch me the “wrong” way.

Wanting to be loved all over isn’t dirty.

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