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SexIs Subjective: It's YOUR Body.

SexIs Subjective: It's YOUR Body. Josef Seibel
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Controversial movements like ‘fat acceptance’ or ‘pro-ana’ leave me feeling confused. How can they ask for acceptance of their bodies while at the same time bringing others down because of theirs?

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