Ravelry, a free social networking site devoted to the fiber arts (knitting , crocheting, weaving, etc.) has announced that they will be banning any and all support of Donald Trump and his administration. The site posted its new policy, writing “We cannot provide a space that is inclusive of all and also allow support for open white supremacy. Support of the Trump administration is undeniably support for white supremacy.” Ravelry boasts over 8 million users across all political spectrums, so for them to come out not only against white supremacy, but against Trump himself is a bold and courageous move.
RT @BryanDisagrees: A social network for knitting just made every other website look like goddamn cowards https://t.co/1R40mFUrxu at https://t.co/1R40mFUrxu— Fátima (@meshicana) June 24, 2019