Jaden Smith: "Fresh Prince of the Future"

Jaden Smith is the "French Prince of the Future" According to Spring/Summer Issue of British GQ

The face of the 2016 Louis Vuitton Womenswear campaign, Jaden Smith, is on a mission to "create a utopia on this planet."

That's right.  If you missed it, the 17 year old son of the Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Will Smith, has been turning heads with his outlandish statements the past couple of years.  He's worn dresses and has looked to blur the line of societal norms of gender.  Basically, he don't give a FUCK.

Jaden Smith

READ: What Does Will Smith Think about Jaden Smith Wearing Dresses?

Jaden Smith Blurs Gender Line of Society

And well, he's not saying he has the answers, but he is most certainly saying what's on his mind,

"I feel like people are kind of confused about gender norms.  I feel like people don't really get it.  I'm not saying that I get it, I'm just saying that I've never seen any distinction.  I don't see man clothes and woman clothes.  I just see scared people and comfortable people."

 Jaden Smith On Cover Of Spring/Summer Cover of British GQ


What do you guys think?  Is Jaden Smith a new age activist? Should men be able to wear dresses without getting looked at funny?

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  • iwillbefamous on

    Clothes should just be clothes. As should restrooms and locker rooms. Shit even equal pay should just be equal pay. Across the board we’re one human race, so love is love and hate is hate! Live your life in Love!

  • Mwhite0124 on

    Here is another example of a guy that does what he wants, jaden is setting a real example for what not only kids should follow, but us adults too, he probably knew he was going to get criticism for wearing so called girl clothes, but with unwoke people criticizing him, it only empowers him to keep moving forward, I think the world needs more outcast people who are not afraid to take chances, I really commend jaden on his courage and admiration, but when your the son of Will Smith, you have to take chances

  • tiny_naya on

    partially i agree, i don’t think that there should be clothes just for girls or boys. maybe i say this because i like wearing guys shirts and sweaters, and hey guys should be able to wear dresses if they feel like it.

  • MisterLopz on

    He is clearly comfortable doing this, so that’s enough for him to do it. But I don’t agree with his vision of clothes being for both genders. Of course, this difference is just something that was built through the history of the world, so we have every right to question it, but I believe it’s one of those things which shouldn’t be changed.

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