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    In last months article, readers were introduced to the importance of growth and adaptation in the makeup and beauty industries and how staying current and up to date with emerging trends, like A/W 18/19 trend ‘Dark Wonder’, keeps our industry alive. This month’s edition takes a look at a progressive movement within, not only the makeup and beauty industries, but also in popular culture, social media and mainstream media. Sexual self-expression, sexual orientation and how we identify ourselves as human beings has been a hot topic lately in all media platforms. Nowadays, being comfortable with who we are as individuals has taken precedence over the once conformist, cookie cutter beliefs of the 1950’s.  So many public figures, celebrities and even politicians have bravely come forward and expressed their gender identities and sexual orientations. Whether it be gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, transgender or even just expressing their comfortability in who they are as a sexual being, this courage is setting the tone for others to do the same, and for our future generations to stand proud in who they are.   The film industry has taken notice too and has boldly gone in the direction of sexual exploration and self expression with releasing the much anticipated film ’50 Shades Darker’. The film is the sequel to ’50 Shades of Grey’, the series, an adaptation of erotic romance novels written by British author EL James. The series traces the growing relationship between a college student, Ana Steele and businessman, Christian Grey. The film sheds light on the two characters sexual explorations and Christian Greys fascination with BDSM (Bondage, Discipline, Sadism and Masochism) Its films like these that shows society that sexuality and identity is no longer something kept hidden in your bedsit drawers.   With films like ’50 Shades Darker’ and with fetish filled fashion trends like ‘Dark Wonder’, these show the emergence of societies willingness to embrace sexuality as a positive and embrace sexual expression as normality. Its imperative to show future generations that self-expression and acceptance is key to success.   50 Shades Darker inspired photoshoot: Makeup & Photography: Chris Avery-Whyte Model: Emily Meredith                      Section Sponsored by www.academyofdesign.com.au  | 1300 546 093