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AOC praises Harry Styles for saying his Vogue cover picture of him in a dress gives me a James Dean vibe.


Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has given the controversial photo shoot of Harry Styles, in which he poses in a dress on the cover of Vogue, a seal of approval.

The 31-year-old fashionista congresswoman plunged into the hot-button debate about masculinity that sparked on the magazine's front cover, saying the former One Direction pop singer reminded her of 1950s pop culture icon James Dean .

"It looks wonderful," AOC wrote on an Instagram story when asked about the Vogue cover.

"The masculine and feminine elements are beautifully balanced – the hair and jacket styling also gives me a James Dean vibe."

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MP Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (upstairs in Washington, DC, Thursday) praised British pop star Harry Styles (right in March) for recently posing in a dress for a photo shoot

"It looks wonderful," AOC wrote on an Instagram story when asked about the Vogue cover

The 26-year-old Styles made history last week as US Vogue's first solo male cover star in its 127-year history - and to mark the occasion, he decided to shake things up with his fashion choices by wearing a ball gown and a custom-made Gucci Put on jacket

The 26-year-old Styles made history last week as US Vogue's first solo male cover star in its 127-year history – and to mark the occasion, he decided to shake things up with his fashion choices by wearing a ball gown and a custom-made Gucci Put on jacket

The Democrat, who represents New York's 14th Congressional District, implicitly posted critics accusing Styles of not being “male”.

"Some people are mad at it (because) some people are very sensitive to studying and researching gender roles in society," AOC wrote.

"Maybe it provokes anger or uncertainty about masculinity / femininity / etc. in some people. If so, maybe that's part of the point.

"Sit and think about this reaction, investigate, explore, engage and grow with it."

AOC concluded with the letter: "What's the point in creating things if they don't make people think?" Or feel or reflect? Especially as an artist or a creative?

"The male and female elements are wonderfully coordinated," wrote AOC about the photo shoot of Styles for Vogue

The fashionista congresswoman plunged into the hot-button debate about masculinity that sparked on the magazine's cover, saying that the former One Direction pop singer reminded her of 1950s pop culture icon James Dean

The fashionista congresswoman plunged into the hot-button debate about masculinity that sparked on the magazine's cover, saying that the former One Direction pop singer reminded her of 1950s pop culture icon James Dean

“Who always wants to see the same thing? And never explore their assumptions?

"Anyway, it looks like a bomb …" AOC then added an emoji.

The 26-year-old Styles made history last week as US Vogue's first solo male cover star in its 127-year history – and to mark the occasion, he decided to shake things up with his fashion choices by wearing a ball gown and a custom-made Gucci Put on jacket.

But the pictures were despised and ridiculed by conservative commentator Candace Owens.

"There is no society that can survive without strong men … bring back manly men," Owens tweeted last weekend.

& # 39; Sorry, I'm not sorry. & # 39;

Owens replied that male artists like Iggy Pop, David Bowie and Kurt Cobain have been "crossdressing" for decades in response from a respondent who claimed she was "50 years behind culture and education," writing, "PSA: Mining Pictures on The Internet of Men in Clothes doesn't suddenly attract me to men in clothes.

"I'm insensitive to culture," she said. "If you show me 50 examples of something, it doesn't get any less stupid." #BringBackManlyMen. "

Not everyone shares AOC's opinion. Candace Owens, the conservative commentator, redoubled her criticism of Styles and renewed her call to "bring back manly men" after beating the former One Direction star for wearing a dress on the cover of Vogue

Not everyone shares AOC's opinion. Candace Owens, the conservative commentator, redoubled her criticism of Styles and renewed her call to "bring back manly men" after beating the former One Direction star for wearing a dress on the cover of Vogue

Two days later, she redoubled her criticism in a long Twitter thread she wrote in response to the backlash sparked by her comments.

"As I'm trending, I want to be clear about what I meant when I said 'bring manly men back", "she wrote in response to Monday's backlash.

“I meant: bring back male men.

Terms like “toxic masculinity” were created by toxic women. Real women don't do fake feminism, ”she continued.

Owens replied that male artists like Iggy Pop, David Bowie and Kurt Cobain have been "crossdressing" for decades in response from a respondent who claimed she was "50 years behind culture and education," writing, "PSA: Mining Pictures on The Internet of Men in Clothes doesn't suddenly attract me to men in clothes

Owens replied that male artists like Iggy Pop, David Bowie and Kurt Cobain have been "crossdressing" for decades in response from a respondent who claimed she was "50 years behind culture and education," writing, "PSA: Mining Pictures on The Internet of Men in Clothes doesn't suddenly attract me to men in clothes

Right-wing commentator Matt Walsh also stepped in to endorse Owen's comments, writing that it was trending on Twitter "because a lot of tearful idiots are crazy that men who wear clothes are not masculine."

"What you said is true, of course, and completely self-evident, and would not have caused a response a decade ago," Walsh continued.

In response, Owens said, “Wait until you find out that I think women should be feminine too – and I like to cook for and take care of my husband. DEFCON 1 ”, accompanied by a GIF by Elmo that was submerged in flames.

In her first exhortation to Styles on Saturday, Owens wrote, “There is no society that can survive without strong men.

“The East knows this. In the West, the steady feminization of our men at the same time that our children are being taught Marxism is no accident. & # 39;

At the end of her fiery tweet, the right-wing media personality, a vocal supporter of US President Donald Trump, declared: “It is an outright attack. Bring back manly men. & # 39;

Although Styles himself hasn't reacted to Owens' ridicule, other celebrities have beaten the 31-year-old back.

Among them is Olivia Wilde, the director of the upcoming film Don & # 39; t Worry Darling, in which Harry Styles is starring.

In her response, Wilde simply wrote, "You are pathetic."

Comment: Candace, 31, took offense to shoot the star and wrote on Twitter over the weekend: "There is no society that can survive without strong men."

Comment: Candace, 31, took offense to shoot the star and wrote on Twitter over the weekend: "There is no society that can survive without strong men."

Defense: After encountering the fiery tweet, Olivia Wilde jumped in Harry's defense

Daring style decisions: Singer Harry wears a distinctive pearl necklace when he releases his second album Fine Line in Los Angeles in December 2019

Defense: After encountering the fiery tweet, Olivia Wilde jumped in Harry's defense

Low blow: Olivia hit back by branding Candace "pathetic" which led the media personality to return a low blow when she said, "You are single for a reason."

Low blow: Olivia hit back by branding Candace "pathetic" which led the media personality to return a low blow when she said, "You are single for a reason."

Lord of the Rings star Elijah Wood also offered his two cents on Monday, writing, "I think you've overlooked the definition of what a man is. Manhood alone doesn't make a man." "DON'T TRY ME, FRODO" she wrote in response

Lord of the Rings star Elijah Wood also offered his two cents on Monday, writing, "I think you've overlooked the definition of what a man is. Manhood alone doesn't make a man." "DON'T TRY ME, FRODO" she wrote in response

Owens then referred directly to Wilde's recent breakup with actor Jason Sudeikis when she hit back in shock, "You're single for a reason." The tweet was then deleted.

Lord of the Rings star Elijah Wood also offered his two cents on Monday, writing, "I think you overlooked the definition of what a man is. Manhood alone doesn't make a man."

"DON'T TRY ME, FRODO," she wrote in response, before adding later, "Sorry. One of my favorite films. Don't miss the opportunity. I'm only human."

In an accompanying interview with his new groundbreaking shoot for Vogue – which also includes the strap line "Harry Styles makes his own rules" – the pop sensation admitted that he likes to dress up and not through prefabricated barriers in relation to The people of opposite sexes should and should not wear it.

He said, "Clothes are there to have fun and to experiment with and play with … when you take away" There are clothes for men and there are clothes for women ", when you remove all the barriers, you obviously open them Arena you can play in. & # 39;

Styles said he was inspired by gendered male show performers like David Bowie, Prince, Elvis, Freddie Mercury, and Elton John, who he says also influence him musically.

Slam: Right-wing media personality Candace Owens said: "In the West, the constant feminization of our men at the same time that our children are being taught Marxism is no accident."

Slam: Right-wing media personality Candace Owens said: "In the West, the constant feminization of our men at the same time that our children are being taught Marxism is no accident."

He added: I sometimes go to stores and just look at the women's clothes that I think are great.

"It's like everything else – whenever you create barriers in your own life, just limit yourself. It is so much fun to play with clothes."

Another image in the series shows the singer wearing a white pink tutu over a generously tailored suit while posing in the country, while others find him modeling a range of kilts.

Over the past few years, Owens has drawn attention to her social media confrontations with a wide variety of celebrities and public figures, including rapper Cardi B.

She founded the "Blexit" campaign to encourage black voters to leave the Democrats to play Brexit, the name given to Britain's exit from the European Union.

Candace is now married to UK-born Peter Farmer, whose father Lord Farmer was a major Brexit supporter.

The conservative trademark also became friends with Kanye West shortly after publicly expressing public support for President Trump.

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