The Bubble | English
If you’ve lived in Argentina for any length of time, shopping for clothes—particularly if you’re not skinny—has probably, more often than not, left you empty-handed. Over the years, surveys via AnyBody Argentina, an NGO I founded in 2011, and the Universidad Abierta Interamericana have shown that the majority of Argentines, especially women, struggle to find clothes that fit their size.
Bedford/St. Martin’s (Macmillan Learning) | English
Published in October 2016, my essay, “How Body Modification Ended the War Against My Body” is included in Chapter 5: “Appearance: Who Should Decide What We Look Like”? of this reader for students.
Herizons | English
Canada’s leading feminist publication, Herizons Magazine, ran my article “Sizeism is a Feminist Issue” in its Summer 2016 issue about Jill Andrew’s important campaign to have size discrimination deemed illegal.