She does not give up.
Conservative fire brand Candice Owens refuses to apologize after landing on the Internet on Monday. The commentator and author criticized the new cover of American Vogue of 26-year-old “Cherry” singer Harry Styles, in which he wears a ball gown and a jacket made to order by Gucci.
“There is no society that can survive without strong men,” Owens, 31, wrote on Twitter in response to photos of Stiles, who became Vogue’s first solo male cover star. “The East knows that. In the West, the stable feminization of our men at the same time as Marxism is taught to our children is no accident. This is an outright attack. Bring back the masculine men. “
As of Monday night, the tweet has garnered more than 94,000 likes. His favorite response from actress and director Olivia Wilde has over 1
But Owens, who previously served as communications director at the right-leaning Turning Point in the United States and is a relatively recent supporter of President Donald Trump, said he refused to take back his words.
“Since I’m in trend, I’d like to clarify what I meant when I said ‘bring back masculine men.’ I meant: Bring back the masculine men. Terms such as “toxic masculinity” are coined by toxic women. Real women do not make false feminism. I’m sorry, I’m not sorry. “
In Vogue’s profile, Styles, who has never appeared as an LGBTQ, speaks openly about his love of traditional women’s clothing.
“Sometimes I’ll go shopping and just look at women’s clothing, thinking they’re amazing,” he told the magazine, adding that “you can never be overdressed. No such thing. “