When You Aren’t Quite Big, But You Definitely Aren’t Thin

“When you feel big — even if you may not be, in some cold, statistical way — everything feels wrong on you. Just a little too tight, just a little too much, and you are trying to contain it all at once. You suck it in with tights and belts and jeans you have to zip while lying flat on your back. You are suddenly taking up too much space, overly aware of where your body begins and ends as you try to squeeze between two very-close restaurant tables.”

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