Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has develop into the newest public determine to defend Harry Styles following backlash over his historic Vogue cowl.
Throwing her assist behind Harry, 24, US congresswoman Alexandria wrote in her Instagram tales: ‘It seems to be great. The masculine and feminine parts are balanced superbly – the hair and jacket styling give me James Dean vibes too.
‘Some people are mad at it (because) some folks are very sensitive to examining and exploring gender roles in society. Perhaps for some people it provokes some anger or insecurity around masculinity/femininity/etc. If it does, then maybe that’s a part of the purpose.’
The 31-year-old, also called AOC, urged these uncomfortable with the duvet to ‘sit’ with their response and ‘examine, explore, engage and grow with it’.
She then questioned: ‘What’s the purpose of making issues in the event that they don’t make individuals suppose? Or really feel or replicate? Especially as an artist or artistic?
‘Who wants to see the same thing all the time? And never explore their assumptions?’
Alexandria concluded: ‘Anyways it looks bomb so…’
The consultant has made a reputation for herself championing progressive causes and is seen as a number one mild of the Democrat occasion, and a doable future presidential candidate when she is eligible to run in 4 years.
She gained her reelection bid for a seat in Congress in New York earlier this month.
The debate surrounding Harry’s Vogue cowl and the concept of masculinity was accelerated when controversial political pundit Candace Owens tweeted: ‘There is not any society that may survive with out robust males.
‘The East knows this. In the west, the steady feminization of our men at the same time that Marxism is being taught to our children is not a coincidence. It is an outright attack. Bring back manly men.’
Harry’s buddy and actress Olivia Wilde hit again: ‘You’re pathetic.’
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