AOC Thinks Harry Styles Looks 'Bomb' in Vogue Photoshoot | 22 Words

Many people have sent in their praises about Harry Styles' Vogue cover shoot, and now, so has Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez...

All anyone can talk about recently is Harry Style's Vogue U.S. cover shoot.

The former One Direction band member graced the cover for the prestigious fashion magazine's December edition, and he did it spectacularly.

And although it hasn't come without backlash, many have loved it...

Including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

Now, it's no secret that Harry has become more expressive with his fashion choices in the last year...

With him regularly donning more "feminine" outfits and looks.

And this month, he's brought his quirky style to the cover of Vogue.

Yep, Harry has become the first man to feature on the cover of Vogue U.S in 127 years, and he wore a series of dresses and skirts to commemorate it.

It's needless to say that most people are loving Harry in a dress...

And many have applauded the young singer for breaking down toxic gender stereotypes in his photoshoot.

Here he is, in all his glory.

As well as pose in dresses and skirts, Harry also partook in a lengthy interview, wherein he discussed his stance on the stereotypes surrounding clothing and fashion choices.

The "Watermelon Sugar" singer discussed his mission to "de-gender" certain items of clothing.

In his interview with the fashion publication, he said: "Clothes are there to have fun with and experiment with and play with. What’s really exciting is that all of these lines are just kind of crumbling away. When you take away ‘There’s clothes for men and there’s clothes for women,’ once you remove any barriers, obviously you open up the arena in which you can play."

He continued:

"I’ll go to shops sometimes, and I just find myself looking at the women’s clothes thinking they’re amazing. It’s like anything—anytime you’re putting barriers up in your own life, you’re just limiting yourself. There’s so much joy to be had in playing with clothes. I’ve never really thought too much about what it means - it just becomes this extended part of creating something."

Harry admitted that "dress up" was a big part of his childhood.

“As a kid, I definitely liked fancy dress," he explained. “I was really young, and I wore tights for that [school play]. I remember it was crazy to me that I was wearing a pair of tights. And that was maybe where it all kicked off!"

However, despite the overwhelmingly warm reception to Harry's photoshoot, not everybody is too impressed...

And right-wing author, Candace Owens, was among those hating on the star.

The controversial figure savagely slammed Harry on Twitter a few days ago...

And begged for the world to "bring back manly men."

Here's what she said:

"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 Marxism is being taught to our children is not a coincidence. It is an outright attack. Bring back manly men."

She continued on her story:

"Men in ball gowns is not a thing. Sorry I’m not sorry. Conservatives are done bending to the weird, perverted will of the left and their Hollywood cohorts. Feminine women don’t need to sit back and allow uglier women preach to them about why “normal" is wrong."

She also added this:

"Masculine men don’t need to listen to feminized men tell them about how “stunning" and “brave" it would be if they castrated themselves in front of the world. "It’s a new day. We’re no longer the silent majority."

Quite predictably, Candace's tweet generated an overwhelming amount of backlash and outrage...

Triggered was an understatement.

Then Piers Morgan weighed in.

Which was only a matter of time, wasn't it?

The TV personality branded Harry as a "bit weird" for sporting a dress for the photo shoot during Good Morning Britian.

Discussing the outfit, Piers asked: “Why do men need to wear dresses?"

He continued...

“I’m not saying I’m against it, I’m not saying I’m for it. I’m just saying it’s all a bit weird."

His co-host Susanna Reid then interjected:

"For the same reason women are allowed to wear trousers if we want to,"  to which Piers replied: “But Harry Styles just looks a bit weird here."

Piers continued...

“I mean, he’s not going to go out, is he, for dinner like this?"

Fortunately, it's just a minority who have questioned Styles' clothing choice...

Because a large majority of people loved it, including Democratic politician Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

During an Instagram Q&A, AOC was questioned on her thoughts about Styles' Vogue cover.

To which she responded perfectly by saying, "It looks wonderful."

Also adding that his outfits were balanced beautifully...


While his hair gave her "James Dean vibes".

AOC didn't finish there though...

She went on to explain why some people in society are mad about it. "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 part of the point. Sit with that reflection and think about it, examine it, explore it, engage with it, and grow with it."

She then questioned..

"What’s the point of creating things if they don’t make people think? Or feel or reflect? Especially as an artist or creative? Who wants to see the same things all the time? And never explore their assumptions?" AOC finished her story by perfectly summing up what we are all thinking.

"Anyways, it looks bomb," she wrote.


She then used the opportunity to acknowledge the fact that while Harry’s place on the cover is an important moment, we should also recognize underrepresentation.

She then linked and encouraging her followers to read Alok Vaid-Menon's post on the issue.

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