I found several cute places I liked but I kept thinking of all the extra work it was going to be hauling things to 2 different locations. While working at my shop space at Camp Flea Antique Mall the manager was measuring up the space directly across from mine and I inquired why it was being measured and it was because the people in it had given notice to move out and it was coming available.. Well that pretty much changed things for me I could just expand my existing space right across the aisle and it would make it much simpler for this busy gal in the long run to have all her eggs in one basket so to speak. With Online Sales, Sewing, Painting , Making, and being on the road to gather up vintage goodness it really leaves very little time..
Specifically how to go about saying no to a gift and giving it back? Fortunately the answer to that is rather simple, it's when you probe into why a gift should be returned that things can get murky. First, tackling the easy part of the dilemma, saying no thank you. That really is all you have to to do. Most of us know about K. This shouldn't be a melodrama.
I agree with your sentiment, although I call them anti-woman, anti-autonomy, anti-privacy. Choice sounds like a dessert or fashion option. I've heard the decision to abort called like an animal gnawing its leg off to get out of a trap. That's one of the reasons I call abortion a decision, not a choice. No one is really for abortion per se; people are just for getting out of the trap (e.g. stopping word/income to have an unwanted child and then facing 18 years or more of supporting it, often without a partner's help).