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Gender roles are seriously weird.
Everyone come into the society with some fixed norms and regulations which run our life and mostly destroy our happiness. But, this generation is the one that is not listening to the age-old norms that probably don't even work now, we all are rebels (many of us are) that keep challenging.
The year 2015 was one such year where gender norms were proven wrong.
Whenever Angel Haze, the rapper uses internet, gender norms are blown. This person considers gender as a social construction and identifies as a gender
Brendan Jordan wrote a brilliant poem on being gender fluid. Which gender do you identify with? Both.
Wherever we go, things are divided between sections for girls and boys. This time, Disney totally changed history by removing the section and saying that any child can be anything.
Well known for his cool and not caring for anything attitude, Jaden Smith did it once again. He posted several pictures of himself wearing skirts and a dress for prom.
Miley Cyrus, the famous singer who most people liked only when she was a teenager. She opens up about being gender fluid, saying it's got to do with how she feels.
This "Orange is the new black" star told the gender binary to fuck off at this year's MTV EMA's. This star identifies as being gender-fluid.
Mr. for men, Mrs. for females and Miss for girls is quite well known to everyone. New York Times changed this and used Mx. for a person who didn't want any gender assigned.
Shamir said, "I have no gender, no sexuality." Yes, people, stop confining people into these genders and telling them what to do and what not. Are we living or just following the rules?
When kids are born, people decide the kind of room he or she will have or what dress would the kid wear, all is based on gender as told. Girls wear pink and guys use darker shades. This retailer totally decides to change this.
Tyler, an agender writer, speaker and model wrote several powerful pieces about sexuality. This is strong and I believe that everyone should read this.