“[M]any American homeowners associations have banned the use of outdoor clotheslines entirely. The sight of drying clothes is viewed as an eyesore or a marker of poverty that lowers property values,” writes Carl Tashian on Medium.
San Francisco had a ban on clotheslines until October, 2015. Thanks to a recent Right to Dry movement, California and some other states have repealed these bans. Laundromats in the Philippines are mostly home-based businesses, with one or two washing machines and family members helping out. Self-service, coin operated laundromats are virtually nonexistent, but there are some bigger modern facilities doing larger-scale laundering.
Today’s Question: Do you support the Right to Dry?