Gobbledygook was inspired by a disillusionment with the all-consuming digital world and the meaningless echo chamber of opinions within it. It is an independent youth-focused ‘offline’ magazine that explores the concept of identity in the digital era. Designed entirely to to raise awareness and money for CALM, with all proceeds going directly to the charity.
This issue focuses on sexual identity. Find work from Oli Epp, words on the Lahlita project, and an introduction to the Tuffragette revolution. A lot to think about and all for a great cause.