In my opinion, simply, No. I jump on all kinds of bandwagons in my quest to become more educated and aware. I only realized the content of this article when I tried to post only the video, intrigued and slightly confused by the H&M line- politics aside. As a fan of this incredible story, someone slightly aware of fashion, and generally ‘into’ things which are edgy and thought provoking -in style and other aspects-the idea of this clothing line is interesting to me; however trying to capture Lisbeth Salander’s character in a clothing line seems impossible to me, especially one which intends to be mass marketed. Something that struck me in this article though- the author of the open letter states “I want them [customers] to think about why she’s wearing the clothing and how that’s not a good thing.” I find myself unable to agree with this notion. If someone ends up in H&M buying these clothes and considering the effects of rape, to the extent of how one would dress themselves after experiencing something so horrific, then at least the conversation has begun- instead of not having the conversation at all.