There is no answer to discomfort.
But I want to talk to someone about the discomfort I feel. A magazine that thinks with everyone about how to feel “uncomfortable” in such a world, and creates and proposes new common sense together. Each issue has a different special theme, and we will express and collect information while focusing on gender, sexuality, and the discomfort of gender dualism. With the motto of a magazine that does not present role models or correct answers, the viewpoints of people with completely different views and approaches gather in one book.
A magazine that asks about the "uncomfortableness" of the world
IWAKAN, which was first published in October last year, is a magazine that seeks to help those who feel "uncomfortable" based on the concept of questioning the "uncomfortableness" of the world. Instead of giving 100% answers to those discomforts, I would like to think together, create new common sense together, and make proposals. The inaugural issue and the special feature "Women and Men", which cast a sense of incongruity about gender and gender, sold out in the first edition of 500 copies in two days, and was reprinted three times in a month and a half, with a total of 1,500 copies. issued.