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    Federico Cina: “It’s not your business”

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    Federico China has simply introduced the launch of the mission “It's not your enterprise” in partnership with Francesco Cicconetti, influencer and activist of the LGBTQIA + group who talks about his transition path as a transsexual boy within the net column “Misplaced in Transition”. The charity initiative consists within the realization of the A-O Bowling Shirt, natural cotton shirt that shall be accessible for buy from 7 June on e-commerce platform of the designer from Cesena, from whose sale all of the proceeds shall be donated to the non-profit group Trans Identity Movement (MIT) from Bologna.

    This collaboration stems from the necessity to cope with points associated to civil rights, particularly in regards to theomotransphobia, which have by no means been as present and pressing as on this second. So Federico China determined to inform by means of this shirt the goals of Francesco Cicconetti who as a baby wished to be the prince of fairy tales. “The day I accepted to be a transsexual boy I understood many issues about myself and what I skilled as a baby, realizing how the” me-in-miniature “was already by some means conscious of how the thoughts and physique didn’t had been in tune, ”stated Cicconetti.

    Sara Lorusso
    Sara Lorusso

    The naïf-style designs that enhance the shirt and made throughout childhood by the activist, completely specific that childhood consciousness that has then discovered a whole realization through the years. When Cicconetti signed himself as a baby Francesca-o, in his photos there was already a mature self-awareness, though not but absolutely understood. It’s exactly the acceptance of the nature of the person turns into the muse on which this mission is constructed. That is additionally confirmed by the involvement of the photographer Sara Lorusso – in addition to coming from the identical land, Emilia Romagna, which unites the three creatives – which makes use of images as a instrument for gender inclusion.

    Sara Lorusso


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