The future is fluid. That's the message behind this pop duo's latest LGBTQ campaign.

Tegan and Sara teamed up with Wildfang for an awesome new campaign.

Tegan and Sara Quin want to show you the future — and if we're being honest, it looks pretty cool.

Late last year, the indie pop duo launched the Tegan and Sara Foundation as a vehicle for social change and LGBTQ issues. To further their goals, the famous twins and their eponymous foundation recently teamed up with the good people over at feminist clothing connoisseurs Wildfang for a campaign called "The Future is Fluid."

The social media campaign — centering around the #TheFutureIsFluid hashtag — is accompanied by a special collection of hoodies, T-shirts, pins, and jackets by Wildfang, with all profits from those sales go to the Tegan and Sara Foundation.

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'Fight Song' singer Rachel Platten designed a stylish new pin for a great cause.

'I've been learning lately that the voice in my head that makes me feel small, unworthy, and not good enough, is such a small piece of who I truly am.'

It's been nearly two and a half years since singer-songwriter Rachel Platten released "Fight Song," the near-inescapable empowerment anthem. The video for the hit single has been viewed on YouTube more than 291 million times and has sold more than 2 million copies.

Platten's song about finding the strength to try to make it in the music industry has inspired countless people around the world, taking on a life of its own. For some fans, the song has brought comfort in memory of a lost loved one; for others, it's been a catchall boost for getting through a tough time in life.

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17 pins with feminist messages to totally boost your confidence.

Wildfang wants to give you a confidence boost.

Fashion brand Wildfang wants to fix the self-esteem issues that come from the way women and girls are marketed to.

The fashion industry gets a lot of grief for its contribution to girls' self-esteem issues. Rather than tear women down through guilt- and envy-driven marketing campaigns centered on achieving a heteronormative, cisnormative version of an ideal self, Wildfang's goal is to "liberate menswear," freeing it from gendered boundaries, and catering to tomboy style. It's a fiercely feminist brand with a fun sense of style.

In early August 2016, the company decided to take the self-esteem deficit head-on. Joining with I Am That Girl, another organization dedicated to the empowerment of women and girls, they'd spread a message of self-acceptance, love, and confidence.

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