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Pausing for rejuvenation.

We've got a lot of exciting things cooking at Bawdy Love headquarters, and to get it all done we've decided to pause the Bawdy Love Podcast. Don't fear, though — we'll be putting up bonus content from time to time, and there are tons of ways to stay in touch with the revolution: Lauren's Instagram The Read More

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Sneak Peek: The Bawdy Love Audiobook!

Do you love the idea of Bawdy Love: 10 Steps to Profoundly Loving Your Body, but aren't ready to commit to buying the book? Or, do you love the book and want to share the goodness with your friends? I've got your back. This week on the Bawdy Love Podcast: The first chapter of the Bawdy Read More

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Q&A: How do you deal with feeling sad in the gloomy winter months?

This week's Bawdy Love Q&A: How do you deal with feeling sad in the gloomy winter months? When you live near the 45th parallel like I do, winter means colder weather and shorter days. Yet while the forests critters around us go into hibernation, we humans try to push through the dark and cold, staying Read More

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Karolyn Gehrig on #Hospitalglam and reclaiming medical spaces

Making space for chronic illness and reclaiming medical areas on Episode 23 of the Bawdy Love Podcast. Karolyn Gehrig is done feeling overlooked in medical institutions. As a person with an invisible disability, she's in and out of doctor's offices, and while they're places made to house patients they rarely are designed with comfort in mind Read More

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Q&A: How can I be a strong body positive advocate when I am being complimented on my weight loss?

This week's Bawdy Love Q&A: How can I be a strong body positive advocate when I am being complimented on my weight loss? The body positive and fat positive communities are safe places for people with othered bodies to support one another. But when a once-fat person loses some weight, she might start to feel Read More