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  • Little Game challenges gender roles
  • Little Game challenges gender roles
    Benny (2014) ©

Little Game challenges gender roles

Gender roles are a regular topic of debate in the media, particularly concerning the way certain products are marketed gender-specifically. A 15-year old YouTuber has won the hearts of many Gen Z Tumblr and Twitter users with his video ‘Little Game’, which tackles the same issues.



  • Fashion's ultimate 'plus-size' muse Fashion's ultimate 'plus-size' muse

    Fashion is having a 'plus-size' moment - and it's about time, seeing as the average American woman is size 14 (UK size 18). But what's causing this change? Most of the curvier forays into fashion have been courtesy of Candice Huffine, the ultimate muse in a 'skinny' world.

  • Students fight for a healthy body image Students fight for a healthy body image

    More often than not, if a brand steps out of line, there's usually an army of online protesters ready to call them out. #IAmPerfect was the response to an ad campaign titled 'The Perfect Body' featuring a line-up of tall, slim and toned Victoria's Secret models.

  • Article image How avant-garde became the norm for Dutch teens

    The Dutch are often characterised with Calvinistic values such as 'down-to-earth’ and ‘practical with a twist’. But as teens embrace the wacky and the wonderful, how is this juxtaposition reflected in Dutch fashion and design? And is ‘avant-garde’ really for everyone?

  • Article image Why teens would rather be internet famous

    One in three teens claim they could make money by creating YouTube videos. The success of social media stars like Bethany Mota shows that celebrity endorsements aren't influential as they used to be. Today's teens want inspiration from cool kids who could easily be their mates.