[Ed. – Attempting to fundamentally transform the United States one ‘news story’ at a time.]
The New York Times used a sizable portion of its style section to sell non-binary, LGBTQ fashion to the American consumer. Yeah, why not? It’s all the rage with the kids and you “finger wagging, clueless” parents best get used to it.
In a piece titled, “Nonbinary Teenagers Are Finding a New Fit,” the Times sang the praises of new fashion trends aimed at encapsulating these confusing times in lightweight, floral patterned-cuts.
The author spoke to Anna Kilnock, an LGBTQ intern at the Brooklyn Museum gender and sexuality program for teenagers, because why not?Krischerwrote about her bold choices in wearing “midcalf black leather platform boots with small silver spikes, buckle straps and five-inch heels.” In addition Kilnock sported “fishnet stockings, a mini gray lace dress and a long black wool cardigan.” Strange though, this pretty much sounds like the average goth girl’s repertoire.