you know, I thought about what kavamamakava said, and she's right. If I'm picky about a particular thing, say smoking, it really is up to me to follow through on that, or do research before money is exchanged. Personally, I try to be a wise consumer for other reasons and products, why not this, too?
For example, I've seen people here balk at buying from wahm's who use sposies on occasion, and while that seems ludicrus to me, it's obviously a hot topic for them and it doesn't invalidate their convictions. I certainly don't expect wahms to advertise on their site that they sposie-diaper part time, though. A wahm I once spoke to received an email inquiring about her religious beliefs. The inquiring customer felt that they didn't want to patronize people who may have certain religous leanings. She was concerned based on an embroidered design on the website, so she was following up on her convictions. Something I would worry about? heck no! Important to that woman? you betcha!
Another poster said something about people cd'ing for health. While that's true, it's also a bit shortsighted. Some people cd because of financial concerns; health and chemicals don't necessarily play a part in it. There is also ecological impact issues that motivate people to cloth diaper. Some people feel strongly about conservation of natural resources, and while the health benefits are an added benefit, it's not their primary reason. Keep in mind that this board, while very popular, is a self-selecting group