Well, they eschew modern conveniences, and they ride around in horse-drawn buggies. Would not toilet paper fall into the same category? Apparently, for reasons unclear, it does not. This raises rather more questions than it answers.
They don't like electricity, nor cars, nor any but plain clothing. Yet they use products that are produced using electricity, and which are transported to their areas by trucks.
How do they reconcile the differences between their belief and their selective use of products that are produced and transported by means which appear to violate that belief? There must be an explanation, but on its face, it seems hypocritical.
Rather like a "Man-Made Global Warming" disciple who continues to exhale carbon dioxide.