Chairs are weird. You either never think about them. Or you think about them all the time. If you’ve never felt like chairs are a problem, then this might seem crazy to you. But if you’re tall or short or wide or have mobility issues, chairs tell you a story. They tell you whether you’re welcome… or not.
Dear Broadway, just say no to fat jokes. It’s 2020.
We’re looking for 5-10 volunteers to start cataloging this information and more on 100 of the largest venues all across the United States. Our goal is to collect this data on every venue that seats more than 25,000 people in the U.S.
On yesterday’s episode of This Is Us, the moment I’ve been waiting for finally happened. The show finally addressed one of the least talked-about realities of living in a large body. The reality that sometimes: The world simply doesn’t fit.
Written by Rebecca Alexander. Art by Havaianas. Early summer has come and gone, mid-summer is passing us by, and we’re officially in the late-summer “When Will This End?!” phase. Heatwaves are rolling across the world and big folks everywhere are wondering how to stay cool and have fun despite the heat! At AllGo HQ, we reached peak […]
I love nothing more than to curl up all comfy on a lazy Sunday at Casa Alexander. But lately, I’ve been inspired by J Aprileo of Comfy Fat to ponder an alternate reality: “What if traveling could feel more like a lazy Sunday and less like a stressful grind on my body?” I think we […]
Written by Rebecca Alexander. There are just too many things to love about Bevin Branlandingham. She’s been part of the fat acceptance movement for over fifteen years, penned many a blog on her queer-fat experience at QueerFatFemme.com, produced a podcast before it was cool, and founded Fat Kid Dance Party: an inclusive, accessible dance aerobics class […]
Written by Rebecca Alexander. Art by Michael Poley. Like so many other fat people, every time I am invited to a new restaurant (not to mention a new music venue or movie theater), I experience a wash of anxiety. What will the seats be like? If I get there 15 minutes early, will I be able […]