'Officially Bonkers': Genderless Kids Clothes Create Controversy in U.K.

John Lewis, the upmarket retailer best known for its tear-jerking Christmas ads, has become an unlikely flag-bearer in the gender equality movement. The favorite department store of the British middle classes has created a gender-neutral children's clothing department, and in so doing is attracting the kind of controversy that it has spent the last 150 years trying to avoid. Gender neutral clothing itself is hardly new. Both H&M and Zara have created unisex ranges for adults, while more high-end fashion names like JW Anderson and Rick Owens have championed unisex designs. Last year, Louis Vuitton dressed Jaden Smith, the 17-year-old son of Will Smith, in pieces from the women's clothing rang

5 Facts About Millennial Households

Millennials are the largest living generation by population size (79.8 million in 2016), but they trail Baby Boomers and Generation Xers when it comes to the number of households they head. Many Millennials still live under their parents’ roof or are in a college dorm or some other shared living situation. As of 2016, Millennials (ages 18 to 35 in 2016) headed only 28 million households, many fewer than were headed by Generation X (ages 36 to 51 in 2016) or Baby Boomers (ages 52 to 70). Even so, the latest available Census Bureau data indicate that Millennial-run households represent the largest group in some key categories, such as the number of households living in poverty. Looking at hous

What Is A Plandid? The Instagram Trend Is Taking Over & Odds Are You've Done It Already

Gone are the halcyon days of early Instagram, when every duckface was planned to meticulous perfection. Apparently, a new photographic trend called the "plandid" is sweeping the app, and it's all about appearing natural — just not too natural, because social media is a judgmental place. Of course, given that this is a basic modeling technique, you've probably been doing this all along, so give yourself a pat on the back for being ahead of the curve. As you may have guessed, plandid is a portmanteau of "planned" and "candid." According to the Urban Dictionary entry, which dates back to 2010, the contradictory term refers to a picture "meant to look like it was taken unbeknownst to the person

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