Candace Owens attacks Harry Styles for wearing a dress on the cover of Vogue

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Candace Owens doubled down on her review of Harry Styles, renewing her calls to “bring back manly men” days after criticizing the former One Direction star for wearing a dress on the cover of Vogue.

Styles, 26, made history last week as the first solo male cover star of US Vogue in its 127-year history – and for the occasion, he’s chosen to rock things with her sartorial choices, donning a ball gown and a personalized Gucci jacket. .

Right-wing activist Owens denounced the singer’s shoot on Saturday, writing: “There is no society that can survive without strong men … bringing back manly men.”

In what she described as “the constant feminization of our men,” in a Monday morning tweet thread, Owens spoke of the controversy her comments have since sparked and also sought to reiterate her position on the matter.

“Since I’m in fashion, I’d like to clarify what I meant when I said ‘bring back manly men,’ she wrote in response to Monday’s reaction. “I meant, bring back the manly men.

“Terms like ‘toxic masculinity’ were coined by toxic females. Real women don’t fake feminism, ”she continued. ‘Sorry I’m not sorry.’

Candace Owens doubled down on her review of Harry Styles, renewing her calls to “bring back manly men” after criticizing the former One Direction star for wearing a dress on the cover of Vogue this weekend.

'Bring back manly men': Harry Styles slammed by conservative commentator Candace Owens, after posing for American Vogue in a dress

‘Bring back the manly men’: Harry Styles was slammed by conservative commentator Candace Owens, after posing for American Vogue in a dress

In a respondent’s reply claiming she was “50 years behind culture and education,” insisting that male artists – such as Iggy Pop, David Bowie and Kurt Cobain – “disguise” themselves For decades, Owens has written, “PSA: Mining pictures on the internet of men in robes is not going to make me suddenly attracted to men in robes.

“I am insensitive to waking culture,” she says. “Showing me 50 examples of something won’t make him any less stupid. #BringBackManlyMen. ‘

Right-wing commentator Matt Walsh also stepped in to express his support for Owen’s comments, writing that she was all the rage on Twitter “because of a bunch of whiny idiots who are crazy to say men who wear dresses are not manly.

“His statement, of course, is true and quite obvious, and would have elicited no reaction ten years ago,” Walsh continued.

In response, Owens said, “Wait until they find out that I also think women should be feminine – and I love to cook for and take care of my husband. DEFCON 1 ‘, accompanied by a GIF of Elmo in flames.

In a respondent's reply claiming she was' 50 years behind culture and education ', insisting that male artists - such as Iggy Pop, David Bowie and Kurt Cobain - are' `` cross-dressing '' for decades, Owens wrote: `` PSA: Mining pictures on the internet of men in dresses is not going to make me suddenly attracted to men in dresses

In a respondent’s reply claiming she was “50 years behind culture and education,” insisting that male artists – such as Iggy Pop, David Bowie and Kurt Cobain – “disguise” themselves For decades, Owens has written: “PSA: Mining pictures on the internet of men in dresses is not going to make me suddenly attracted to men in dresses.”

In his initial warning to Styles on Saturday, Owens wrote: “There is no society that can survive without strong men.

“The East knows it. In the West, the constant feminization of our men at the same time as Marxism is being taught to our children is no coincidence.

Concluding his fiery tweet, the right-wing media personality, a staunch supporter of US President Donald Trump, said, “This is an outright attack. Bring back the manly men.

While Styles himself has yet to respond to Owens’ taunts, other celebrities have applauded the 31-year-old.

Among them is Olivia Wilde, the director of the upcoming film, Don’t Worry Darling, in which Harry Styles is playing a lead role.

In his response, Wilde simply wrote, “You are pathetic.

Owens then directly referred to Wilde’s recent break-up with actor Jason Sudeikis when she shockingly retorted, “You’re single for a reason. The tweet was then deleted.

Lord of the Rings star Elijah Wood also donated his two cents on Monday, writing: “I think you missed the definition of what a man is. Masculinity alone does not make a man.

“DON’T TEMPT ME, FRODO,” she wrote in response, before adding later, “Sorry. One of my favorite movies. Impossible to miss the opportunity. I’m just a human. ‘

Comments: Candace, 31, took umbrage at the star's filming, writing on Twitter over the weekend: 'There is no society that can survive without strong men'

Comments: Candace, 31, took umbrage at the star’s filming, writing on Twitter this weekend: “There is no society that can survive without strong men”

In defense: After meeting the fiery tweet, Olivia Wilde, left, jumped in Harry's defense

Bold Style Choice: Singer Harry wears a signature pearl necklace at the launch of his second album Fine Line in Los Angeles in December 2019

In defense: After meeting the fiery tweet, Olivia Wilde, left, jumped in Harry’s defense

Low blow: Olivia hit back by calling Candace 'pathetic', prompting the media personality to return a low blow by stating: 'You're single for a reason'

Low blow: Olivia hit back by calling Candace “pathetic,” prompting the media personality to return a low blow by declaring, “You’re single for a reason.”

Lord of the Rings star Elijah Wood also offered his two cents on Monday, writing: 'I think you missed the definition of what a man is.  Masculinity alone does not make a man.  `` DON'T TEMPT ME, FRODO, '' she wrote in response.

Lord of the Rings star Elijah Wood also donated his two cents on Monday, writing: “I think you missed the definition of what a man is. Masculinity alone does not make a man. “DON’T TEMPT ME, FRODO”, she wrote in response.

In an accompanying interview with his groundbreaking new shoot for Vogue – which includes the strap-line, “Harry Styles makes his own rules” – the pop sensation admitted he loved to dress up and wasn’t banned by preconceived barriers regarding what people of the opposite sexes should and should not wear.

He said: “The clothes are there for fun, experimenting and playing with… you can play. ‘

Slam: Right-wing media personality Candace Owens said: 'In the West the constant feminization of our men at the same time that Marxism is being taught to our children is no coincidence'

Slam: Right-wing media personality Candace Owens said: “In the West, the constant feminization of our men at the same time that Marxism is being taught to our children is no coincidence”

Styles said he was inspired by male sex-scrambling showmen including David Bowie, Prince, Elvis, Freddie Mercury and Elton John, who he says influence him musically as well.

He added: I go to the stores sometimes, and I find myself looking at women’s clothes thinking they are amazing.

“It’s like anything – every time you put up barriers in your own life, you are just limiting yourself. There is so much joy in playing with the clothes.

Another photo in the series shows the singer wearing a white and pink tutu over a generously cut suit as he poses in the countryside, while others find him modeling a series of kilts.

In recent years, Owens has gained attention for his social media confrontations with a host of celebrities and public figures, including rapper Cardi B.

She founded the “Blexit” campaign to encourage black voters to “quit” Democrats as a play on Brexit, the term for Britain leaving the European Union.

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

The conservative brandon also struck up a friendship with Kanye West, shortly after publicly voicing his public support for President Trump.

The full interview is available in the latest edition of US Vogue.

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