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Your body shouldn’t limit your fashion choices, of course, but I’m sure you know exactly what I mean. Either I was a curvy goddess or absolutely everything a woman wasn’t supposed to be.

Fat women aren’t allowed to be neutral about our bodies. A pale and pudgy fuck-you to the beauty standards I’m exhausted of being exhausted by.

The only thing separating that outfit from any other I might have worn was three or four measly inches of exposed skin — but you have to understand the weight of those inches.

I don’t have a body that’s supposed to wear crop tops. Over the years, my relationship with my body — along with my weight and how I take care of myself — has had its ups and downs.

Interestingly, they chose the correct roles at a rate better than chance, although they were biased towards choosing the male-stereotypical “top” role.

As you might have guessed, the participants were using cues related to masculinity (e.g., thick eyebrows, large noses) to make their choices.

I’d found the tube of rosy pink sequins at a thrift shop, and I wore it with a pair of jorts hiked up to my waist, gold glitter smeared across my cheeks.

I marched down the street with the strip of my stomach that had never before been touched by the sun fully bared.

Part of if it was my sudden freedom from the male gaze.

In her new self-released comedy special, Rape Jokes, Cameron Esposito talks about coming out and realizing that being gay meant upending the whole way women are valued.

Together, these results suggest that people rely on perceptions of characteristics relevant to stereotypical male–female gender roles and heterosexual relationships to accurately infer sexual roles in same-sex relationships.