See the blog for blog links and links to artists whose work is discussed on the blog.
The National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance; the national page also links to local NAAFA chapters
National Organization for Lesbians of Size
Stef Maruch’s page of fat-friendly medical resources
The Directory of Resources for Large-Sized Women by Joan Borgos
Scarleteen: Sex education for the real world
Lynne Murray (her motto is “Self-Esteem through Murder”) writes the Josephine Fuller mysteries — Josephine is a great detective in all meanings of “great.”
Hanne Blank is a fat writer and model whose book Big Fat Love is featured on her site
Menopause Metamorphosis has information and advice for menopausal women, as well as their Menopausal Womens Art Gallery which features some of Laurie’s work.
Healing Legacies — art and writing by women who have faced breast cancer.
Ama Menec is an English artist whose work is ceramic sculpture of fat women.
Pat Ballard writes Romance novels with “Big Beautiful Heroines.”
Bernice Davies is an Australian artist who has done a painting from Laurie’s photograph of Cynthia with the guitar.
Fat!So? home page
Crescent Blues, an e-magazine, published an interview with Laurie called “Respecting the Beauty of Diversity.”
Debbie Notkin’s essay in Japanese on “The Future of the Body”
Cleansheets: Providing honest information and thoughtful commentary on sexuality to the public
Dark Fire Gallery: Erotic links and resources from the net
Sapphosflame: Original erotic art, comics and stories celebrating love and romance between women
My friend Flo Wong is a fabulous and famous installation artist. Take a look at her work if you have a chance.
Ctein’s Online Gallery. Ctein is one of the world’s premier photographers and printers, and a frequent collaborator of Laurie’s.
Tee Corinne’s extraordinary solarized photographs.
Asami Genda is a young Japanese artist living in San Francisco.
Archy LaSalle takes wonderful black-and-white photographs of European landscapes. His website design really complements his work.
Yoshiko Shimada is a painter and printmaker who frequently makes art about the role of Japanese women in today’s world.
Jean Sirius is an excellent collage artist and photographer in Oakland.