The Pauli Sweatshirt is a gender neutral, full length sweatshirt made with a vintage kantha front and organic cotton french terry sleeves and back.
The Pauli is named after Rev. Dr. Pauli Murray, (November 20, 1910 – July 1, 1985). Murray was an American civil rights activist who became a lawyer, gender equality advocate, Episcopal priest, and author
. They became the first Black person perceived as a woman in the U.S. to become an Episcopal priest. Murray actively questioned their gender and sex, but was denied gender affirming care.
“When my brothers try to draw a circle to exclude me, I shall draw a larger circle to include them. Where they speak out for the privileges of a puny group, I shall shout for the rights of all mankind.”
― Pauli Murray
*Info from Wikipedia and the Pauli Murray Center, Murray used a mix of s/he pronouns and we don't know what they would have preferred.
*Iris arrows on indigo and Lilac stripes with pacific sleeves both have not very noticeable sewing snags on bottom hem but are discounted for that reason.
Armpit to armpit:
XXS 20.5” | XS 20.5" | S 20.5" | M 22" | L 23.5" | XL 25” | XXL 26.5”
Length from high shoulder to front hem:
XXS 23” | XS 23.5" | S 24" | M 25" | L 26" | XL 27” | XXL 28”
Length from shoulder to sleeve hem:
XXS 22.5” | XS 23" | S 23.5" | M 24" | L 24" | XL 24.5” | XXL 25”
Men, size one up.
Fabric: Made from vintage kantha blankets and 100% organic cotton French Terry and ribbing.
Care: Machine wash cold on gentle cycle. Hang or lay dry.
Note: Model pics are to show you what it looks like on a figure, not of actual garment available.