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Logan Paul defends Harry Styles’ Vogue cover by calling out toxic masculinity and fans are here for it


Logan Paul defends Harry Styles’ gender-breaking Vogue cover (Picture: Impaulsive/YouTube)

Logan Paul defended Harry Styles for wearing a dress on the cover of Vogue and fans are so here for it.

The YouTube star, 25, impressed fans as he was seen calling out his friends for encouraging toxic masculinity.

He had been hosting his podcast Impulsive with Mike Majlak and George Janko and the trio were heard discussing Harry’s recent shoot, where he graces the pages of Vogue in a dress, as well as skirts and kilts too.

When George commented that the snaps of Harry ‘weren’t manly’, Logan didn’t think twice about questioning his pal’s remark.

‘Bro, Why? What is manly to you?’ Logan asked. ‘What does it mean? Is manly being comfortable in your skin? Being comfortable with who you are, regardless of what you’re wearing?’

George responded: ‘I understand that, and I get that, and I think it’s great to venture out and try new things. And I think it’s great for people not to judge other people.’


‘You guys are making it into something that it’s not. You’re the type of people that look at it like, “oh men have got to be men, they can’t wear dresses,” suck a d**k bro. I would do this in a heartbeat,’ Logan hit back.

When he was accused of ‘getting angry real quick’, Logan calmly responded: ‘I was listening to you telling me you don’t want to judge people and then watching you judge people, so yeah I’m listening – not me getting angry – me calling you out for your flaw… your lack of logic.

‘I’m telling you that your lack of logic will lose you the argument.’

Logan’s response quickly went viral on Twitter, with fans commending Logan for sticking up for Harry.


Fans were left impressed by Logan calling out his pals (Picture: Twitter)

One user posted: ‘For once I agree with Logan Paul. The two guys he was talking to went all “I’m a victim.” because Logan didn’t just sit quietly. He called them out and they went all pity party for someone speaking up to their bullsh*t.’

Another said: ‘I didn’t think I’d be defending Logan Paul in 2020 – but I can’t not point out this CRYSTAL CLEAR attempt at gaslighting. Logan points out a toxic thought & the other guy gets SO defensive he tries to make Logan feel like he’s being crazy and unreasonable.’

One more tweeted: ‘I’ve made fun of Logan Paul so much in the past and now I really have to acknowledge how impressed I am. This is a masterclass in addressing toxic masculinity with your friends and calling them out in a calm, thoughtful way.’

Harry was widely applauded for the gender-breaking cover (Picture: Tyler Mitchell / Vogue / BEEM)

‘I never once thought I’d utter these words but… I agree with Logan Paul,’ said one fan, as another agreed: ‘logan paul standing up for harry styles is something i’m so here for.’

Logan isn’t the only star to jump to Harry’s defence after the Falling hit-maker faced backlash for his magazine cover.

Olivia Wilde expertly clapped back at Candace Owens, who is known for her right-wing political takes, after she tweeted ‘no society can survive without strong men’ and declared: ‘Bring back manly men.’

Harry, who was on the whole applauded for his gender-breaking move, made history with his Vogue cover, as he became the first male solo star to grace the US version of the coveted fashion magazine.


Credit: Original article published here.

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