As you may know, a few weeks ago, the idiot otherwise known as the CEO of Abercrombie & Fitch said that he does not want fat and/or ugly people wearing his company’s products, since that would deface their market value.
Meanwhile, he looks like this…
Happily enough, photographer Rick Guidotti has mounted a campaign to focus on those with genetic conditions, presumably as a counterpunch against Abercrombie & Fitch.
My mom was an occupational therapist for almost three decades. Over the years, I was privileged to accompany her to work, and I learned to see the image of God even in the most handicapped and incapable children on this earth. Abercrombie & Fitch is exactly what’s wrong with our society: it promotes narcissism, eugenic arrogance, and purely shallow beauty. I don’t do a lot of boycotting, but until I see a change in their official policy, I won’t wear or purchase so much as a plucked thread from their product line. Hell, I might even just boycott all their goods for the rest of my life as a reminder to myself not to mingle with the wicked.
- Can Abercrombie And Fitch Please Stop Being So Annoying? (socialitelife.com)
- Help make Abercrombie and Fitch synonymous with homelessness (boingboing.net)