I realized that not only does society impose this segregation in academics, but in everyday living. From day one of birth, boys are given blue, and girls are assigned pink.Why is should this even be a discussion? This format goes onto adulthood on multiple platforms including but not limited to: clothes, electronics, toys, films, fragrances, and even cinema. After all there is a whole industry for ‘chick flicks’.My objective for this magazine will be to further blur the lines of gender imposed limitation, and hopefully branch out to other demographics. Why should a fragrance be deemed too girly or manly? After all it ultimately doesn't matter, since it’s our body’s chemistry that determines our scent.
The magazine is expected to include numerous socially friendly – and occasional risqué – gender bending tips. Like all magazines I will make an effort to include: articles, main events, news, and hopefully literature and critiques on social issues.I will also make an effort to create a lot of my own content for the magazine - like short essays and provocative editorials. The main goal of this publication is to provide unisex alternatives, however the magazine might likely also include other topics to add variety. That is why would like to call the magazine something along the lines of Unimedia. As a play on words like: unity, unisex, and university, since it’ll most likely largely be distributed around campus. However at the moment the content is being developed as priority before I can fully grasp the direction this project can go.