CHIME FOR CHANGE, the global campaign founded by Gucci in 2013 to convene, unite and strengthen the voices speaking out for gender equality, works to build powerful connections to encourage conversation, self-expression and meaningful action. In partnership with Gen-Z owned think tank and studio Irregular Labs, CHIME FOR CHANGE has released the second edition of the biannual The Irregular Report.
Through The Irregular Report, CHIME FOR CHANGE celebrates the next generation of leaders who are championing gender equality and inspiring positive change through creativity and active citizenship. The biannual report explores different topics through the lens of gender nonconforming Gen-Zs. It is produced with and by a global Gen-Z community spanning more than 30 countries and co-edited by Gen-Z writer Nicolaia Rips. The latest issue explores themes surrounding Fluidity, and features sections on Gender, Economics, Politics & Activism, Education, Creativity & Culture, and Science & Technology.
“To me, to be fluid is to exist in a full way. It means embracing my multiplicity of self, embracing the number of things I want to do, the way I want to do them, the complexity of my friends, the beauty of our collective individuality.” – Nicolaia Rips, Co-Editor in Chief.
The report is comprised of quantitative data accompanied by qualitative studies, editorialized through opinion pieces, videos and Gen-Z interviews with activists, astrophysicists and entrepreneurs to name a few. Topics include The Commitment Industry, The Fluidity of Feminism, The Importance of Genderless Beauty, How to Build a Movement, Being the First U.S. Trans Prom King, Weaponizing Emotions for Change, Artificial Intelligence and Fluidity, The Representation of Gender in Gaming, and My Life As A Meme.
“Generation Z inspires me so much when it comes to their views and activism on gender. They don’t see all these binaries that structure older generations and they’re constantly fighting against them in more creative ways.” – Tori West, Editor Gender section.
A link to the full Gender section of the Irregular Report on Fluidity can be found here:
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