I am a white, conservative, Roman Catholic, heterosexual, female over the age of 60 who supports our country and President Trump. According to the powers that be at Ravelry, that makes me a “white supremacist.” I personally don’t care what color your skin is, your ethnicity, your religious or political views, age, sex or sexual orientation. Maybe that makes me a bad person but I care more about being respectful and compassionate towards others than about how someone looks.
You may not agree with my politics and I may not agree with yours. But this country has become divided and hateful because some have different opinions. Everyone is offended by something so should we ban anything if it offends someone?
Ravelry took something nice for knitters, crocheters, and other fiber enthusiasts to share knowledge and patterns and turned it into their own political agenda platform replete with censorship. If they want to be all inclusive and non-political, they should ban anyone who politicizes “in the form of forum posts, projects, patterns, profiles, and all other content.” Click here to read their policy.
I view Ravelry’s stance and ban of supporters of this President as un-American, offensive and divisive.
Shame on you Jessica, Casey, Mary-Heather, Sarah and Christina.