Date: Sunday, August 20th, 2017 04:09 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] redbird
Your hypothetical business would incidentally make money from neurotypical people who want pockets, comfort and fit over fashion, and clear labels. Of course things like being allergic to wool are also accessibility issues, even if they tend to be ignored.

(This comment is meant in terms of "hey, you neurotypical capitalists, there's a market here," rather than "it's okay to do this, it will appeal to 'normal' people too," but given the clothing industry's long-term unwillingness to make money by producing clothing fat women actually want, it might not matter.

But this gets into my rants about how capitalism isn't just ethically flawed and destructive, it doesn't even achieve what it's supposed to, namely seeing where there's a need and money and serving that need.)
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