Before writing my first article, I’ve really given it a lot of thought if I was going to do something different for the Style Plus Writing Team. I’ve noticed that none of the articles talked about it that I decided to step up my game and do what I do best: writing about social justice.
Gender Fluidity in Fashion
That’s it. That’s the title of my first ever article published on Style Plus. It was truly an honour to be part of their team. Because I love voicing out my beliefs, I tried to incorporate one of my advocacies in my article.
What is the term all about? Gender fluidity is described as “relating to, or being a person whose gender identity is not fixed There are also people who identify as “gender fluid,” a mix of both genders, and may feel more male on some days and more female on others.” (Merriam-Webster)
Now, how does it relate to fashion? In today’s generation, people have grown to become more open and expressive. People have grown to become more alert in social injustices–including how we dress. And more importantly, people have grown to realize that the way we dress is not up to the society anymore.
My article is all about inclusivity in the fashion industry in terms of embracing each and everyone’s gender by embodying the idea of producing materials that could fit everyone’s personal choices.
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