Candace Owens ‘not sorry’ for criticizing Harry Types
She’s not backing down.
Conservative firebrand Candace Owens is refusing to apologize after touchdown in some web warmth Monday. The commentator and creator critiqued 26-year-old “Cherry” singer Harry Types’ new American Vogue cowl, through which he wears a ball robe and customized Gucci jacket.
“There is no such thing as a society that may survive with out robust males,” Owens, 31, wrote on Twitter in response to the photographs of Types, who, with the quilt, turned Vogue’s first solo male cowl star. “The East is aware of this. Within the west, the regular feminization of our males on the similar time that Marxism is being taught to our youngsters is just not a coincidence. It’s an outright assault. Deliver again manly males.”
The tweet has racked up greater than 94,000 likes as of Monday night. Its most-liked response, from actress and filmmaker Olivia Wilde, has over 110,000 likes, and reads: “You’re pathetic.”
However Owens, who beforehand served because the communications director for the right-leaning Turning Level USA and is a comparatively latest supporter of President Donald Trump, stated she refuses to take again her phrases.
“Since I’m trending I’d prefer to make clear what I meant once I stated ‘deliver again manly males.’ I meant: Deliver again manly males. Phrases like ‘poisonous masculinity’ had been created by poisonous females. Actual girls don’t do pretend feminism. Sorry I’m not sorry.”
In the Vogue profile, Types, who has by no means come out as LGBTQ, talks overtly about his love for historically feminine clothes.
“I’ll go in outlets typically, and I simply discover myself wanting on the girls’s garments considering they’re superb,” he advised the journal, additional declaring that “you’ll be able to by no means be overdressed. There’s no such factor.”
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