“Today, a generation of youth with an awareness of the complexities and fluidity of identity see identity as a malleable thing; they have an acute awareness of how they think others perceive them, they understand how the "outward" signals – reveals/obscures, champions/subverts, affirms/oppresses – the "inward." There is a future (or a multitude of futures) wherein this generation is no longer "youth" but "elder," the hyper-awareness of their own positionality having galvanized an entire era of micro and macro expressiveness, hyper-adaptabilities and radical interpersonalities. This world has embraced what it means to be oneself as inseparable from what it means to co-exist, counter-exist; a world of reverberations, harmonies, cacophonies.”