The "Gentrification" of Sustainable Fashion

Hi everyone, I'd like to reiterate that this podcast is no way an attack at anyone who finds it hard to shop sustainably, it's more so a retort to the critique of sustainability as a whole and its general demonisation, which is taking us further and further away from a solution.  I'm aware my point of view is from a privileged stand point but I'm directing this critical analysis as a whole to the developed, consumer based world, not to a particular class or type of person. The blame should be on larger corporations, shame and accountability should be put on fast fashion houses. However, this is near impossible to do if people will or have to continue buying from these places.  The best form of protest or the equivalent of using your vote is to avoid buying from these places *if you can*, you'll know yourself if you could've avoided it. Purchasing is the equivalent of being complicit in their negative contribution if you can afford (financially or otherwise), to shop from elsewhere, unfortunately some people don't have an option.  Being sustainable is about buying less, but before you reach that you have to change your buying habits or the direction of your spending. I myself over consume and am working hard to change it, but in the meantime I'm supporting independent and sustainable designers/businesses so I know I'm lessening the damage of my spending. Thanks so much for taking the time to listen and I hope you enjoy it or learn something from it  If you can't love yourself how in the hell are you gonna love someone else can I get an amen up in here - The gospel according to RuPaul 

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