“So, by wearing a skirt, we are united and together against the sexualization of women and we’re sending a message against toxic masculinity, that’s keeping boys from being who they truly are, without judgement."
Male students at a high school in Taiwan wore skirts this weekend to break down gender stereotypes and underline personal freedom. They garnered the support of President Tsai Ing-Wen, who said ‘what girls can do, boys can do too’. ‘Don’t the Scots wear skirts too?’
A 73-year-old woman has gone viral after her poem about using gender-neutral pronouns struck a chord with thousands – including Chelsea Clinton. The beautiful message of acceptance was posted by Theo Nicole Lorenz, a non-binary writer and artist who lives in Minnesota. They wrote: “My 73-year-old aunt wrote a poem about my pronouns in her church writing group and it’s the sweetest thing,” before sharing the wonderful creation with the public.
They received a summons ordering them to appear in court to select another name. The summons reads: “Given that this is a modern name based on the English word ‘blue,’ and that it cannot be considered unequivocally attributable to a person of the female sex, the birth certificate must be rectified by inserting another female name that the parents may propose during the course of the hearing.”