The British Popstar, singer, songwriter, and music composer has smashed the stereotypes with the help of everything fashion magazine, Vogue, by becoming the first solo male model to appear on the cover wearing a lilac-blue Gucci ball gown for the December issue. “As a kid, I definitely liked the fancy dress,” Harry said while talking of the feature and added, “I was really young, and I wore tights for [the 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!”.
This led to many right-wingers and gender conformists being furious and calling him out for breaking the gender binary. Also, a Twitter war has started between the gender activists and the LGBTQ+ community on one side and conservative activists on the other. Styles has always relished in breaking the tradition as he has been seen wearing pinks, pearls, floral blouses, skinny jeans, sheer skirts, and boots with heels.
In this world, where we are calling toxic masculinity out, supporting the men and their choices each day, defying these norms is looked upon as a welcome way to open conversation and accept the men for whoever they want to be.
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