Fiona Houston, the founder of Fat Black Pregnant, didn’t find the representation she searched for throughout her pregnancy.
This is Sara’s type 1 diabetes with twins pregnancy and birth story. She had a healthy high-risk pregnancy.
ShiShi Rose is a writer, doula, postpartum and birth educator, and advocate. Her work centers around supporting Black families.
Mary Lambert is a triple-platinum artist, queer singer-songwriter, poet, and activist for mental health, and fat liberation.
An experienced OB-GYN ultrasound technologist answers questions to help plus size patients feel prepared for pregnancy ultrasounds.
Good Morning America spread misleading information about the increased risk of stillbirth and plus size pregnancy risks.
Dr. Christine Sterling, a board-certified OBGYN, discusses unpacking fat-phobia in the medical community, and how to advocate for yourself.
Raffela Mancuso shared her frustration with thin bodies being examples of body positivity. She went viral and started a needed conversation.
Looking at the research on weight stigma during pregnancy and how the findings can positively impact maternity care.
Adiba Nelson, author, mother, and disability rights advocate shares her lived experiences to help others feel less alone.
Actor Jen Ponton, best known as Rubi in AMC’s Dietland, is as passionate as the characters she plays. Hear her story!
Weight bias in health care does so much harm, but I’m thankful I faced my fears. This is my skin cancer story.