Gender in Utero

By 2015 the topic of gender had exploded across Europe’s media landscape. Typically examining gender identity through the lenses of fashion, or sex, leading publications often fail to address the role of androgyny in our day to day lives.
Gender in Utero is a visual project inspired by androgyny and its psychological and social benefits: creativity, empathy and wellbeing—traits uncovered by a growing field of research.

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Related readings:

   Why “Psychological Androgyny” Is Essential for Creativity

   Virginia Woolf on the Androgynous Mind

   From George and Lennox to Gaga and Lambert: Androgyny

   How to Enhance Communication Between the Sexes:

     The Androgynous Bridge - Part 1

 

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