10 Body-Positive Buttons and Pins

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Whether you put them on a jean jacket, bulletin board, bag or in a keepsake box, buttons and pins are inexpensive, easy ways to show the world our stance towards equality for all bodies. Here are 10 of our favorite body-positive and fat-positive buttons and enamel pins, all created by independent artists and available in the Body Love Shop.

Button: Chub Rub Club

Welcome to the chub rub club! This cute little badge of membership shows a set of larger thighs in yellow and black undies above the words Chub Rub Club on a lavender background. Buy>>

Enamel Pin: Thighs As Big as My Dreams

You can pursue your dreams at ANY size! Remind yourself of this little true fact with the Thighs As Big as My Dreams enamel pin. A banner reading “Thighs As Big as My Dreams” is surrounded by sunflowers and other summer blossoms. Buy>>

Button: Self Care is Not Selfish

This button is an excellent reminder that it’s okay to take care of yourself first. Colors vary; the packing unicorns will pick you a good one Buy>>

Button: Thunder Thighs

Reclaim your thunder thighs with this button, and wear it with pride. The words “Thunder Thighs” in light purple text are shown on a black background. Buy>>

Emoticats Button

Are you feeling ❗ today? How about 💚 or 🎵? These completely adorable emoticat (emoji + cat) buttons are where it’s at. Buy>>

Body Image Button Trio: Worthy, Abundant, Taking up Space

Sometimes the little reminders are the best: not enough to start conversations in public, but enough to give you a bit of a glow each time you see them. Pin this trio of small buttons to your jacket, bag, or bulletin board and let them give you a boost when you need it. Buy>>

Peach Butt Pin

Celebrate your booty with this handmade wooden pin from Starry Crowns Art. Each pin measures around 1.5″ by 1.5″ and features a cute pink peach with a pink-and-white-striped set of undies. Buy>>

See a review of this pin here: bit.ly/fffreview1

Pin: Stop F*cking Fat Shaming My Cat

This pointed, irreverent enamel pin by artist Krystan Saint Cat conveys a wealth of frustration with a world that wants to shame not only fat humans, but fat animals. The words “Stop fucking fat-shaming my cat” appear in black text on a white background, surrounded by bright yellow, orange, and pink stripes. Buy>>

Button: Thick Thigh Squad

Reclaim your thick thighs with this button, and wear it with pride. The words “Thick Thigh Squad” in white text are shown on a red and white background. Buy>>

My Stretch Marks are Sexy Enamel Pin

Stretch marks: Almost all women have them — no matter their body size — and they’re a perfectly normal feature of our bodies. And they’re sexy. This pin by Golden Tooth Club features a panty-clad, stretch-marked booty and the words “My stretch marks are sexy” in purple, blue and black.

These beautiful hard enamel pins sit heavy in the palm and are fastened with double posts in the back to ensure they sit firmly on your jacket, backpack, or bulletin board. (Or Girl Scout sash, I don’t know your life.) Each one measures 1.5″ tall and comes on a heavy paper backing. Shipped in a padded envelope to protect it on its way to you. Buy>>

See a video featuring these pins here: bit.ly/febsneakpeekpin

Shelbey Osborne is a 200-hour Yoga Teacher. She is passionate about yoga and astrology and uses these teachings to help individuals connect deeper to their own intuition. She is an advocate for body acceptance and applying a self-compassionate approach to all areas of our lives.