She Might Be has been around for years now, so its always nice to look back at old posts and see how much we’ve grown. I also find it super valuable because it tells me what our readers are loving and, by extension, what they want to see next. It’s so interesting to me that there are always such a diverse range of posts in our ‘most popular’ list. Here are our current top five, as well as my thoughts!
Why I Delete Fat Bloggers Who Got Thin – And Why I’m Not Sorry
Woweeeee, this was one of our more controversial posts. Unfortunately (though it was predicted), it was controversial because people didn’t read it properly. We loved the conversations that it inspired, and the people we were able to speak with and educate on something they had never even considered. Long may it continue!
10 Disabled Bloggers/Instagrammers To Follow
Shona wrote this awesome post which features some amazing disabled bloggers. We love that posts like this are still so popular, but it shows that there simply aren’t enough people talking about disabled bloggers. We aim to change that! Keep your eyes peeled.
It’s OK to be taller than your boyfriend
This is one of our favourite posts by Kitty. It’s such a valuable message. So many of us are tied up in worrying about being part of a couple that doesn’t ‘match’. Kitty’s post is so necessary and so important. One of our favourite things about Kitty is that she always has really vital things to say.
Plus Size Women Throughout History: Women in the Renaissance
As somebody graduating with a history Masters, I was thrilled to see this! Violet’s Plus SIze Women Throughout History series was what brought her to She Might Be. I always loved the posts and hopefully these will inspire her to explore the idea of continuing. What do we all think?!
Reviewing ASOS Curve’s Size 32 Range
Our most recent post! This is one of many posts which challenges ASOS to actually care about fat people because, spoiler alert: they don’t. So many brands are getting away with this right now.