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Tiana Dodson

It's my birthday so I have gifts for you!!!

Published 2 months ago • 1 min read

Happy 44th unbirthday to you, Reader!

(unless it actually IS your birthday today and then YAAAYYYY!!! Happy Birthday to yoooooouuuu!!!)

I'm not a big birthday celebrator... I think it has to do with the fact that I put so much into producing birthdays for my child.

But mostly it probably has to do more with the facts that I'm just mentally and emotionally busy right now and most of the people I really want to do stuff with live across oceans from me. Le sigh.

Either way, I'm sharing my birthday love in your direction with a 15% off coupon you can apply to any of my current offers until March 22nd.

Not sure what my current offers are?

Below you'll find a little summary and clicking on the "Learn More" button will help you do just that while also auto-applying the 15% off coupon code.

Love Notes for a New Year

a series of 31 daily affirmations with reflection prompts to help you come back to yourself and start your year with softness

Make Progress Pass

6-months of access to recordings of the awesome interviews and workshops from the 2023 In This Body: Finding Liberation Virtual Conference

Taboo Tea

30 minutes to ask me anything about fatness, liberation, your body, and how you can fit yourself into moving us all forward towards liberation

Live Your Best Fat Life Mug

this sturdy ceramic mug is the perfect hot, tasty beverage container that both delivers warm deliciousness and the message that you are opting out of diet culture

And if coupons aren't your thing, no problem! I've got a small unbirthday gift for you too!!!

Back when I turned 40, I made this epic list. It might make you laugh a little bit. You can read it here:

And that's it! Now I've got to go clean the flower vase that I used for last year's birthday flowers and have not yet cleaned and then display this year's flowers. #IsItTrulyAGiftIfCleaningIsNecessary

In love, liberation, and solidarity,


Sent with big fat love from a messy desk and a neurodivergent mind.

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Tiana Dodson

With a decade as a body liberation facilitator and a lifetime of lived experience as a fat, biracial, queer, neurodivergent person, Tiana Dodson is well-versed in what it is to exist in a multiply-marginalized body. As an active co-creator of the Syllabus for Liberation, her work addresses how personal, community, and global liberation depend upon each other. Through her consulting services, group offerings, and public speaking, Tiana highlights the ways these systems of oppression are bound together and how we can push back against them.

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