In regards to this post on Bindle & Keep’s suits, I’ve shortened the title to be Bindle & Keep’s Suits, cutting out the for gender-nonformists part, in recognition that
1. gender non-conformity goes infinitely beyond ‘women’ wearing ‘men’s’ suits, and saying that this specific attire is for non-conformists is restricting; 2. the brand still dedicates these suits for ‘women’, defeating the whole point of gender-nonconformity; 3. indeed, some brands intend to leech off certain communities by advertising they are able to cater towards them specifically, exploiting them, rather than anything.
I wish to have this blog be as open-minded as it can be, so I apologize to anyone my wording made an impression on otherwise. I wouldn’t have made a point out of this if it truly didn’t bother me that the post was excluding aspects of the non-binary community by its simplification. Whilst it’s impossible this blog can be everyones cup of tea with every post, I know better, and I’ll do my best to show that. Cheers