From Treehugger. I crochet but I guess the same would hold true.
Another from Treehugger. I never had children and my siblings and I are of an age where cloth diapers were all our mother had. But over the last couple of decades I have questioned the economics and convenience of much of our throw-away society.
"If they be like to die then let them die and reduce the surplus population." (Ebenezer Scrooge) Evidently the British Department for Work and Pensions agree. As would the private company running the Kansas Medicaid program thanks to conservative star Brownback. Can't have those disabled useless eaters mucking up the profits. And then there are our Repthuglican leaders who propose this on the sly while promising all those who got coverage under the ACA. The only ones who make out under their plans are the insurance companies, the health care industry, and the 1% who can afford either to pay out of pocket or for comprehensive medical care. And on that note, let the nickel-and-dimeing commence.
I saw the controversy over Wal-mart's "Fat Girl" costumes this morning. There are reasons we don't shop there. But this interesting item follows in a similar vein. But Wal-mart isn't the only store we don't shop when looking for clothes because they simply don't carry anything we are interested in or that fit us well. Neither of us are young (haven't been "girls" in a very long time) and our body shapes don't really fit the clothes available.