Thursday, September 6, 2007

American Apparel

Yes, the uber-indie clothing store famous for its "sweatshop free clothing" that many pseudo intellectual emo kids wear are {of course} oblivious to the numerous sexual assault cases based on the company, mainly female workers. As the links below show

So why do they still get the indie press they don't deserve? I cant pick up a hip underground magazine without one of their androgynous models staring back at me.

Are these the choices we have to now? A piece of sweat shop made clothing or one from places where women aren't safe in the work place?

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