Candace Owens says that she is not sorry for trashing Harry Styles’s manhood and clothing, and she is not backing down.
The author and activist Candace Owens is not willing to apologize after her comment on Twitter- on Monday. She critiqued the 26-year-old singer’s Vogue cover in which he wears a ball gown and Gucci jacket.
The 31-year-old Candace Owens wrote on Twitter in response to Harry Styles’s Vogue photos – who is the first solo man cover star – that no society can survive without strong men.
She continued, in the west, the steady feminization of men at the same time that Marxism is being taught to children is not a coincidence.She highlighted, to bring back, manly men.
Her tweet got more than 94,000 likes by Monday evening. The actress and filmmaker Olivia Wilde’s reply tweet reads, “You’re pathetic.” and it is the most liked response, has over 110,000 likes.
Lord of the Rings actor Elijah Wood also tweeted, saying “I think you’ve missed the definition of what a man is. Masculinity alone does not make a man”
However, Owens is refusing to take back her words and apologize.
Candace Owens posted a new tweet where she wrote that since she is trending, she would like to clarify what she meant by bringing back manly men. She said that she meant ‘Bring back manly men.’
She added that terms like toxic masculinity were created by toxic females, and real women don’t do fake feminism. In the end, she wrote, ‘Sorry I’m not sorry.’
The former One Direction member, Harry Styles, has never come out as LGBTQ, and in the Vogue profile, he talks about how much he loves female clothing.
The young singer said that when he goes shopping, he often finds himself looking at women’s clothes and thinking they are amazing. Furthermore, he said there’s no such thing to be overdressed.