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The Future of Millennials in the Workplace

By Muna Adil

The millennial generation is shaking up the world, and the workplace is no different.

Ahead of our cover story in our launch issue (which is all about the unique ways in which millennials are tweaking work culture), here are 6 stats that will change the way you see the future!

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How do you think millennials are changing the global dialogue?

Let us know! Talk to us on Twitter or Facebook.


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Cultural Appropriation Vs. Appreciation

By Muna Adil

The recent Bob Marley Snapchat filter controversy got us thinking about cultural appropriation… Here are the main arguments for and against the issue. Where do you stand?

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Millennials Lead the Way at #CameronResign Protest

By Hannah Anstee

After the recent expose of The Panama Papers it seems the UK population are sick of the current Tory government and no more so than Millennials.

We attended the Cameron Resign Protest in London on Saturday and were surprised by the amount of younger people we saw leading the way.

Bafta award winner Joylon Rubinstein was at the forefront of the demonstration and he gave a very inspiring speech to the crowds.

Check out our photo’s of the demonstration  below.

Cameron Resign Protest London by Slidely Slideshow

If you’d like to get involved with having your say there are events planned up and down the country Saturday 16 April 2016, just take a look here to get involved.

Follow us on twitter to find out more.


Featured image by Hannah Anstee.

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Meet Zach Miko the World’s First Plus Size Male Model

By Hannah Anstee

Check out the ‘Brawn’ Zach Miko, the world’s first plus size male model.  


Zach has just signed to IGM one of the world’s biggest modelling agencies.

Zach told “Being a man of size, I never in a million years imagined that I would be a model.”

There’s a big body positive movement gaining momentum across the globe at the moment and Zach is riding that wave for men.

Zach is 6ft 6 and 19.6 stone, with a 42 inch waist so comes in at a great deal bigger and heavier than traditional male models.

“For a very long time I would refuse to go clothes shopping. I thought I didn’t deserve to get new clothes because I couldn’t buy clothes in my size. I always told myself no I can’t get new trousers until I lose enough weight to fit into this particular size. Men, like women, always aspire to look better.”

Men come in all shapes and sizes and we think it’s about time that this was recognised within the fashion industry, what a great move IGM 🙂

What do you think about plus size models? It’d be great to hear from you on Twitter.

Featured Image and video was made using content from Zach Miko’s Instagram account-with thanks.

The Sun Trolled on Twitter for Cleavage Contest

By Muna Adil

The Sun got trolled on Wednesday morning for posting a salacious image of a woman’s cleavage on Twitter and encouraging readers to send in their own cleavage shots for a chance to win £1,000 and a free photo shoot.

The response from Twitter was epic.

Watch below:


Do you think this was an appropriate social media campaign to run in 2016? We want to hear from you. Talk to us on Twitter (@mman_mag) or Facebook.


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“He said yes” So do we

by Hannah Anstee

‘For your next step’ an advertising campaign featuring a marriage proposal between two men is receiving praise from the gay community for pushing boundaries and challenging stereotypes.

Lloyds Bank is launching a new TV advertising campaign which demonstrates how it gives customers financial confidence to take the next steps in their lives.

Jake Hook, Editor in Chief at The Gay UK told Millenial Man: “The Lloyds Banking group have shown great strength in featuring a same-sex couple amongst a very diverse collage of people. In a time when still so many advertisements feature only opposite sex couples in heteronormative contexts it is truly heartwarming to see gay men represented in a positive and subtle way.”

Catherine Kehoe, Managing Director Group Brands and Marketing, Lloyds Bank said:  “We’ve adopted a contemporary and distinctive approach, focusing on the diverse and sometimes challenging moments in the lives of our customers today.”

Jake Hook also noted:”Of course there is still away to go to ensure all members of the LGBTI community are included in advertising in the UK, but this is a bold and welcome start from one of the UK’s leading brands.”

We think it’s certainly a step in the right direction. What do you think? Let us know on Twitter.

Featured image from Lloyds bank advert