Besides the unique quality of each of their personalized leotards, Yumikos are very high quality! I have a few of my other favorite leotards from different companies that rip or tear after a few years, but Yumikos are malleable and are made of very high quality fabric, which allows them to fit closely and comfortably, with high resistance.
Hope that helped! =)
Let it first be stated that I am following suit with my previous blog post, “How not to be a Feminist Douchebag.” I am also just referring to myself. COMPLETELY referring to myself. Keep that in mind and don’t be offended, I’m just rolling with my typical sense of somewhat offensive humor. Anywho… I too got extremely caught up in this beautifully done video. While it is a wonderful tactic for raising awareness (which I do believe will eventually reach media and thus powerful people with lots of money), consider checking out this link instead of the actual Kony 2012 program. The problem with the Invisible Children organization is that they only utilize 31% of their proceeds to actually help. This is compared with around 91% from organizations Red Cross and Direct Relief. As you can tell, 31% is an absolutely disgraceful percentage. Instead of buying their kit, or shirts, or bracelets or even donating, try promoting this instead: http://www.charitynavigator.org/index.cfm?bay=search.summary&orgid=3220