Outrage is no longer enough, especially if you are a man. The key to change is male allyship.
Young Chinese men have turned to women’s clothes for inspiration. But can brands capitalize on this trend while the government pushes traditional masculinity?
Pond’s Men Indonesia wants to rethink 'butch' advertising, and offers a slightly odd alternative.
Efforts to address authentic differences between men and women need not be held back in the name of political correctness or progressiveness, say practitioners.
Campaign and Kantar invite you to take our survey assessing how much companies in Asia have achieved in their pursuit of "diversity", whether it relates to gender, age, race or any other factor. One participant will win a ticket to our Women Leading Change event in Singapore, to hear the results.
There is more to the emerging Chinese masculinity landscape than effeminate, androgynous good-looking males.
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