Disordered eating among trans and non-binary adults

Typical eating disorder patients are still imagined as white, cis, straight, middle-class young women. Although a lot of our LGBTQ community lives with disordered eating, we don’t know much about what it means in people’s everyday lives. This is especially true for people who are trans and/or non-binary, because past research too often depends on narrow categories.

This doctoral research asks what matters to you as you live with disordered eating. It asks about how you relate to food, eating, exercise, and your body.

You are invited to take part if you are trans and/or non-binary, have a difficult relationship with food, eating, and/or exercise, are over 18, and based in the UK. You do not need any kind of medical diagnosis. More info and get in touch at jessicasandelson.com.

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