Harry Styles made history this month by becoming the first male to appear solo on the cover of ‘Vogue.’

His cover features him in a lace gown and blazer and, it’s Harry guys, he looks good.

It’s art.

Styles’s… well, style, has always been gender non-confirming and he’s become a fashion icon because of it, but he’s not the first male to do so.

Think Bowie, Iggy Pop, Kurt Cobain and Ezra Miller and many more!

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Most of the world eats it up, however New York Times best-selling author Candace Owens was not having it.

“There is no society that can survive without strong men… The East knows this,” she tweeted, “Bring back manly men.”

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She later tweeted to clarify what she meant…

She’s been bumping heads with celebrities who disagree with her, including the lives of Olivia Wilde, Jameela Jamil and even Elijah Wood!

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Obviously she’s allowed her opinion but is she overlooking contemporary thoughts on masculinity or is she BLIND BECAUSE DAMN HARRY IS

 

 

 

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