Author: Zoë Desborough

Nous méritons d’être vu.e.s pour qui nous sommes et l’importance du design inclusif

[Open Access] “En tant que propriétaire queer non-binaire d’un magasin de laine, j’utilise ma voix pour aider à amplifier celles des personnes qui ne peuvent pas être entendues,”écrit Zoe Desborough. “J’utilise ma voix pour apporter des changements dans nos communautés.” Un essai à lire absolument sur l’impact de la conception de vêtements inclusifs, ce qu’il faut rechercher et comment le trouver.

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“We deserve to be seen for who we are” – Why Inclusive Design Is So Important

[Open Access] Gender-inclusive designs are not sacks or formless garments. They are meant to be gender inclusive, the same way a designer would design body-inclusive garments. As writer Zoe Desborough concludes, “They mean to provide us safety and comfort, without owing anything to anyone, without compromising ourselves for the comfort of others who can’t understand. They are meant to make us feel like our bodies are worth being seen for what they are: accepted and celebrated.” A must-read essay on the impact of inclusive garment design, what to look for, and how to find it.

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