Gender means nothing to Jaden Smith when it comes to clothing.
Over the last several years, Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith's son has been seen out and about in men's clothing and women's clothing and even Batman's clothing. The way he sees it, though, it's just fabric.
"I feel like people are kind of confused about gender norms. I feel like people don't really get it," the 17-year-old said in GQ Style's Spring/Summer 2016 issue.
"I'm not saying that I get it, I'm just saying that I've never seen any distinction," he said. "I don't see man clothes and woman clothes, I just see scared people and comfortable people."
One person who gets his way of thinking, he says, is his 15-year-old sister, Willow.
"I'd say it's like full-on sibling brain connection. I'd say that she's definitely the female version of me, one hundred percent, in every single way," he said. "And I'd say I'm the male version of her."
His thoughts in the past have been somewhat strange, but he thinks people should want to hang out with him.
"I think I'm just a really big influence on anybody that I'm around, and I feel like that's why it's good for me to hang out with all types of different people," he said.
Last October in speaking to GQ, Jaden compared himself to Galileo.
In speaking of the philosopher and astronomer, Jaden said even wants to be known as "one of the craziest people of all time" and "break all the craziest records of life."
"Because they thought Galileo was crazy, too, you know what I'm saying?," he said. "I don't think I'm as revolutionary as Galileo, but I don't think I'm not as revolutionary as Galileo."
He believes in time he'll be known as someone who brings perfection to earth.
"I'm really working towards just fixing the whole planet Earth," he said. "I really just want to create a utopia on this planet. I really want to make it so that people don't have to die to pay bills and just work to survive. So that they can work to actually live and do the things that they love to do."
Think this all sounds strange? Well, you may not be alone.
In February, in speaking about Jaden and Willow, Will told Vanity Fair that he and his wife encouraged their kids to have a freedom of expression, but he admitted, "I think we might have gone too far."