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Raising Ryland Raises Awareness

A new documentary delves into parenting a transgender child

Ryland, photo courtesy of Mile Marker Entertainment

“Congratulations! Is it a boy or girl?”

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Agender: Selfridges’ Genderless Fashion Campaign

The high end London retailer’s campaign is “a celebration of fashion without definition.”

Photo via Selfridges.

It’s 2015 and people, slowly but surely, are grasping that gender is no longer binary. Fashion may not be an industry that’s particularly celebrated for its inclusivity, but it has played a role in helping to break down conventional gender roles—championing androgynous styles and transgender models, in particular—whether that end result was planned or simply happenstance.

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Nintendo Flips the Gender Script with “Captain Toad”

“Captain Toad” breaks the sexist mold with the game’s two leads, Toadette and Toad, taking turns saving one another.

Nintendo is making amends for the millions of Mario players who grew up with the helpless-princess-in-a-tower-who-needs-saving trope. Their just-released “Captain Toad” Wii U game is breaking the sexist mold with the game’s two leads, Toadette and Toad, taking turns saving one another.

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