You go girl! I smiled all the way through your video. The happiest 2 minutes and 37 seconds of my day. Thank you so much for letting your light shine! Keep your wonderful energy pouring out for all of us to hear please and thank you! Great to hear from you again. Thank you so much for the positive feedback — I hope to see you again soon!!!
So happy to find this blog! Just wanted to say that I loved watching your dance video… it reminded me how much fun it was to dance in competitions and perform!
Hi Ragen the Amazing! I just received an e-mail from Kashi promoting its partnership with HealthCorps. Ragen I wish I had your level of self-esteem. So my question to you is, how do I end that vicious cycle and becmoe more like you? As far as dealing with the programming, we are inundated with this message in our culture and it can be really hard to break free of it. Sometimes I feel like like I woke up after taking the red pill in The Matrix.
What a great blog. Im short and fat and off to my ballet lesson! I would love to find a group to dance with! Im in Northampton MA. I checked out VoluptuArt in search of a Fat! Dayplanner calendar and decided to browse some of their other goodies. To my dismay, when I looked through the necklaces, I found that nearly all the ones with a listed chain length were only 18 inches long.
To me, this is a slap in the face, like selling t-shirts that say Fat Power or a similar sentimentbut only in sizes up to XL. I wrote a note but have not received an answer. Can you put in a word on behalf of your large-necked readers?
You are truly beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing your story and for being proud of being who you are. You inspire me! Keep it up — encouraging healthy thought patterns about beauty, weight, and health. You are an inspiration to curvy women and men. Your positive energy is very powerful. Thank you for sharing who you are. I eat healthy, I get exercise. Now lose more! Why suffer trying to achieve an unrealistic goal?
I was anorexic for a couple of years, and in the recovery from that I surprise surprise! What do you think? Thank you so much for your kinds words. You are wonderful and an inspiration and I count it a blessing to have found your blog. How did you get so brave? How did your skin get so tough? I stood up for fatties tonight and I got smacked back hard. I kept my dignity and hoped that I proved a point to the folks that were listening. However it hurts. Quite a bit. I want to do this more but I want it to hurt less.
Practice I guess? Sorry to take so long to get back to you. One of the ways that I deal with it is to spend most of my time working with fat people rather than haters. When I do engage with haters I remember all of the other communities who have had to go through this.
I love reading your honest words and your well thought out and researched arguments. Knowing that there is a person in the world that fights stupidity and stigma with such grace and intelligence is inspiring. You are so awesome, thank you for this blog. Seeing and reading blogs like this by people like you helps me feel a lot less alone and helps remind me to appreciate myself more. Thank you for standing up for yourself and for the rest of us, too. It means so very, very much.
I love your mantra that the goal is to be healthy and accept yourself, no matter the weight. In this day and age where we are visually bombarded with super anorexic models we really need a healthier body image to look up to. So bravo to you! Absolutely adore the response ads to the Atlanta shame billboards.
They are so much better! Go get it xooxox melis. I am so happy to come across your site. I am so, so, so sorry for the hate mail and horrible comments you receive. Oh the humanity! Those people suck!!! Plus, I am sorry for the fact that I have harbored negative thoughts about people who are overweight.
Instead, I bash myself regularly for not being perfect and I constantly worry about what others are thinking. Maybe if I keep reading all of your positive and inspiring entries, it will help me be more at peace with myself. Thank you for being one of the positive voices! With all the negativity, the world needs more people who can just live and let live. Thank you so much for your comment.
Thanks again for the comment. I found your blog through a comment someone made on Jezebel. Your work struck me because I lost about 25 lbs 4 years ago and since have gained about half of that back. When I went to the doctor for my physical year before last, my weight had gone up 5 lbs but all my health indicator levels including BP, glucose, cholesterol, etc.
At times I feel schizophrenic because some part of me feels like I should freak out and try to lose that weight again and be able to fit into the size 14 clothes.
But I walk and ride my bike to work, and do yoga, and have a lot of fun in my body. I can go and another part of me says, pheh!
Reading your perspective, and especially relating that to actual research has really given me FOOD for thought. Keep at it. This world has a lot of problems and we need visionary thinkers who will cut through the accepted view and the corporate views and try to see a future for humanity that is uplifting. I do feel shamed about it. I really, really hope someday I can get to where you are, and feel good about my body.
But for now? No amount of dieting is going to get rid of my hips and breasts, regardless, and having a little layer of fat on my belly is a part of being a woman. Ragen I just wanted to add my voice to the list of admiring souls! I would LOVE to use some of the photos of you dancing as a starting point for illustrations. Would that be OK? Thanks so much Elizabeth. I absolutely LOVE your work, your blog and your passion. I just preordered your book that is coming out and I am in such dier need of it.
Reading about a woman you who is confident, beautiful and not scared of being herself is the most inspiring thing I can read. You inspire me to be proud of me. It infuriates me that so many people I know hate themselves.
I want them to love their bodies and in turn, respect the bodies of others. Thank you for all that you do. I cannot wait to get your book. When is it coming out? Thank you for all the kind words. You know. Great sight, as a classical ballet teacher, I believe all can and should do ballet. IDear Dance lovers of all ages, I have the luck to teach professional and amateur dancers from all ages.
I must say teaching adult classes is some thing I enjoy very much. I will explain why! If your already taking classes or want to begin. There are many reasons why one should take it up or continue doing classes. If your looking for a studio many studios will have specific course for adult ballet, so you can very easily ask for information. Which is also a very good option. Goals are very important elements so some one has something to strive for or measure ones self. I personally find it very important that one checks if they have some kind of final year performance or programs to measure and have a time frames associated with tracking ones achievement.
Well, I just read all this and went right over and cancelled my WW account. In I succeeded in losing weight with the program, and was sure that I could use it again. But all of this stuff is true for me; I gained all the weight back. By the time I got to maintenance, it wanted me to eat something like calories. I did it all without exercise, which is clearly not good. The only reason it worked was because I brute forced it.
Congratulations, it can be really hard to accept that what gets sold to us is not the same thing as what is good for us! Thanks much. Ragan: This is wrong on so many levels. Otherwise it means you were sold into slavery? Just trying to be helpful. Your writing makes me think. Nope, not a type. When my mom was in the Peace Corps in West Africa I was considered a great beauty by their cultural standard and she was getting all kinds of marriage proposals.
Eventually she sold me to a man for air conditioners. Glad that you like the blog. Thank you for posting on this blog so regularly. I started reading it daily about a year ago, and it has been hugely helpful in getting over my body image issues.
Now I got after people with facts and a fuck you attitude, and me and my lovely fat body are so much happier for it. Thank you so much for what you do. I listened to you on public radio. Doctors are people with emotions and limitations, imperfects knowledge, and sometimes—egos to spare. And that Emailer illustrates the problem perfectly. I have been reading your blog for the past few months and I just wanted to be able to just drop by to say that you are an inspiration to me.
Even just reading your words on this blog really helps let me step just a little bit closer to self-acceptance. Even if I would never have thought of the same hateful things I thought of myself to any of my friends and family, I was still repeating the same things to me inside my head.
And thank you so much for being the wonderful, inspiring person that you are. You can also e-mail me privately at ragen danceswithfat. Yes, I wanted to see some dancing, and it was beautiful.
I want to confess, I thought your dance partner would be a slender guy. My stereotyping got in my face. Thanks Danse Move (New Version) - The Danse Society - Hold On (To What Youve Got) (Vinyl) you. I took what you said to heart and I am looking forward to reading more. Thanks for being willing to consider what I said and congrats on being on your way to becoming a doctor!
Encouragement costs so little to give but can be worth so much to those who receive it. I have encouraged many patients to loose weight. This has been to curb the effects of hypertension, diabetes, coronary artery disease, joint damage and osteoarthritis as just the start of a list of health issues that present as a result of increased adipose tissue and weight on the body.
This problem though is not as simple as more fat equals being unhealthy. The logic of more weight equals more health problems works as well to describe the issue as more speed equals more vehicle crashes or more consumer spending equals a stronger economy. These associations use one variable to explain a situation that is immensely more complex. If the issues were this simple skinny people would never get sick, people who drive in parking lots would never get into a fender-benders, and everyone associated with people who max out their credit cards would have jobs.
Also there would be no need for hospitals and clinics, the National Transportation Safety Board, and economic experts and their various institutions well, we would probably be better off without the last one regardless. So for what it is worth coming from a mere PA student, my philosophy of medicine and my encouragement to all is this: health and beauty has less to do with the amount of skin covering a body and more to do with the comfort of the one who wears it.
Ragen, Thanks so much for your site! Teriese Stubblefield xoxo. How did this get past me? Thank you for sharing your thoughts and life with us. Your Baby got Back dance is just so beautiful it made me tear up.
Love your style, confidence and perspective. Your wit in face of hate mailers is inspiring. Blessing for the journey. Dance is what has helped me connect to and accept my body. Congratulations on your body positive wedding and rock on! Hi Ragen! I LOVE your blog! I have a question for you and anyone else in the community that might be able to help me. Well, of course, there are also some weight loss tips. I would really like to post an eye-catching flyer about HAES and maybe one about Fat Acceptance too, but my google-fu fails me on finding any printable flyers I could use.
Does anyone know where I can find something like that? No, more concerned about their image and revenues more like. WOW—I cried! I recently just got brave enough to do something- Dance — I have wanted to do for a long time and I am a big girl as as well. I have always been told I cannot do this or that because I am fat etc. I am believing like you that there will be success and that others will view me in a new or different light.
I have never been afraid of anything other than peoples reactions to me and my accomplishments. With God on my side and advocates like you out there inspiring us—we will rise and meet the challenges we were always told we should never face!
I just stumbled upon your blog while looking for other dance blogs. Nice digs! Congrats on the self acceptance award. I love your blog title and just followed your blog. Just discovered your blog via Alreadypretty. My oh my have you just lit up my day and my life with inspiration. So much love to you, this world is so improved by beautiful people like yourself. Thank you so much, for being yourself!
I watched you dance, and it is some of the most beautiful moves i have ever seen, it really is… real, love, it is… well, I think it look divine! No kidding. You are beautiful, all of you, and you inspire me to think new… It is not the size that matters, it is that inner glow… very few people have that.
I just want to be myself, as I am. What a lovely discovery! Love the point about — some people only move to change the shape of their body. I used to gym for that reason — and never enjoyed exercise. Then I discovered Zumba and other dance classes — which I love for their own sake. Never dread a class, look forward to them — exercise and any potential trimming is the bonus! Dear Ragen: I just want to say thanks for this blog.
Thank you for being a powerful voice for all of us! Blessings from Puerto Rico, La isla del Encanto! I really wish people in the medical profession and the general public paid more attention to what they said and treated others with the respect to which we are all entitled.
The truth is, none of us are really safe, no matter what our shape or size. And skinny or not, we can all benefit from your message, and the example you set. Keep up the good work! I just read what you wrote. I love you r words.
I felt ashamed when i got over when i was bedridden with my 2nd for 3 months. Your heart is kind. So excited to see this blog! You are awesome! Thanks Roxie! Rock on!!!!!
Its a wonderful blog, very interesting. I made a mistake; i choose to read the hate mail; i cant belive how people can be so mean, Danse Move (New Version) - The Danse Society - Hold On (To What Youve Got) (Vinyl). I like your cleverness, tough; that made the hate mail so much funny. I hope this is readable, english is not my fist languaje. Hi Ragen, I just wanted to share a remarkable little piece of the coming age of size acceptance with you. It appears IKEA is on trend when it comes to size acceptance.
I was quite stunned when i saw her because it made me realize that generally in adds there are only people of one body size. But in this IKEA video she is not a caricature but just a normal person. It felt great to watch this. I felt like I was catching a tiny little glint of how the world could be if size acceptance was the norm. All the best and by the way: thanks for your great blog, which is an inspiration!
Regan i am listening to you on the Telesummit and your words mean so much to me, as well as your voice is lovely to listen to.
I went to HuffPost and read the material there. My own parents were from that time period and mom often said that people were criticized if they were big, because the assumption was that they were taking more than their fair share. And really, managing my anger-high is important to my well-being. This is one of the reasons I so respect Regan and you folks for your posts… you seem to have a handle on managing the stress of anger and are eloquent in your comments.
Hi Ragen, I just wanted to let you know how awesome I think you and your website are! I am a person who has long been terrified of becoming fat and, by extension, of fat people. But this attitude is so damaging and wrong to both myself and my fellow humans. In our silly anorexia-loving society, we desperately need more people like you to set everyone straight! I want to thank you for what your work has done to help me personally overcome my unhealthy ideas and behavior.
I have reproductive issues that no one will help me with because of my weight. Thank you, Ragen. You are amazing in your dance routine. I think I smiled all the way through it. Thanks for drying my Danse Move (New Version) - The Danse Society - Hold On (To What Youve Got) (Vinyl). Thank you for this post, truly inspiring and some great dancing too. I especially loved your 5 points near the end. Great way to promote happiness from different aspects, and as a combined mechanism, not only focused on one thing.
I really loved it! Ragan, you are a beautiful dancer! I find all the beautiful pictures of you around this site to be very healing, as well. You are so inspirational to me. What a dancer. You dance like you have ants in your pants lol.
Wish I could move like that. Much love x. I thought I was out here alone. Rock on!!! This post was amazing and the video — wow! Wow, found your blog while searching the best way to start a blog. I am happy I did. I am impressed and inspired by you. Holy cow! I loved that video! Thank you so much for your comment and for sharing your pictures, they are fabulous! I definitely hope that our paths will cross and we will get to dance together.
I think you are an absolute inspiration! A wonderful friend who is a Facebook friend of yours told me about you and sent me the link to your site. I love that you are a professional dancer. I am as well and its funny, the bulk of my dancing career happened after I gained a whole bunch of weight! Most of my weight gain is due to hypothyroidism and losing weight is truly a huge undertaking.
My family has been primarily overweight mom, sister, grandmother, aunts, etc and all anyone ever told me growing up was to stay slender and not to gain weight. I was only about lbs overweight back then! Fast forward to and yes, whil ei gained a bunch of weight, I also gained a career. Like many of the moves Diplo made this year -- from bangin' out the twang at Stagecoach to trolling the Jonas Brothers -- the reasoning behind this sound expansion seemed to be simply, why not?
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