The TLDR version: Hollister, which is owned by A&F, actively discriminates against handicapped people by intentionally designing their stores to prevent access, and adding additional stairs to their entrances purely for appearances. A Colorado judge has ruled 250 of their stores there are in violation of accessability laws.
So the question - after all of this has come out, do you let your kids wear their stuff? Are your kids at all aware of this, and do they still WANT to wear it?Answer Question
Answer by amazinggrace83 at 12:30 PM on May. 24, 2013
Answer by 3libras at 12:31 PM on May. 24, 2013
Answer by KristiS11384 at 12:43 PM on May. 24, 2013
None of us were ever attract ted to their stuff. So though I am aware, it has not influenced my purchasing.
Answer by Dardenella at 12:46 PM on May. 24, 2013
Answer by Rosehawk at 12:55 PM on May. 24, 2013
Answer by LostSoul88 at 1:00 PM on May. 24, 2013
I don't like wearing things that have the brand plastered all over the clothing. It sort of makes me feel like a walking billboard, and their clothes are expensive as well. I don't pay for the privilege of advertising to other people.
Answer by QuinnMae at 1:02 PM on May. 24, 2013
Answer by Ballad at 1:11 PM on May. 24, 2013
Answer by balagan_imma at 1:20 PM on May. 24, 2013
Answer by Ginger0104 at 1:22 PM on May. 24, 2013