Jes M. Baker is an American writer, photographer, and activist, best known for being part of the body positive movement. She blogs as The Militant Baker. Her writing focuses on self-image, and topics range from body hair to rape culture. Baker founded the Body Love Conference, which held regional conferences in Arizona in 2014 and 2015.
|Other names:||Jes M. Baker, The Militant Baker|
|Occupation:||Blogger, Author, Photographer, Activist|
|Known for:||Body positive movement|
|Home town:||Tucson, Arizona U.S.|
About Jes Baker
Otherwise known as The Militant Baker, this body-positive blogger and mental health advocate has become known through her food, feminist, and lifestyle blog. A prolific writer and author, she has gone on to publish the essay collection Things No One Will Tell Fat Girls: A Handbook for Unapologetic Living.
Jes Baker Before Fame
Her blogging career didn't begin until 2012 when she was inspired to begin writing by reading The Nearsighted Owl blog. She'd previously been spending her post-college years as a pastry chef and a mental health educator and rehabilitation specialist.
Achievement of Jes Baker
In 2014, she founded the body-positivity convention the Body Love Conference held in Arizona.
Jes Baker Family Life
She was born the eldest daughter in a large Mormon family.
Associations of Jes Baker
She has worked and become friends with several other curvy icons including fashion designer Ashley Nell Tipton.
Information related to Jes Baker
- Fat acceptance activists
- Body image in popular culture
- American women activists