Out & Loud: Billy Porter Revives Feud with Harry Styles; Margot Robbie Calls Barbie Asexual

Billy Porter. Photo by DVSROSS, via Wikimedia Commons.

Billy Porter attacks Harry Styles for being on the cover of Vogue while wearing a dress, Lady Colin Campbell discusses being intersex, and Margot Robbie thinks Barbie is asexual.

Billy Porter Revives Feud With Harry Styles

Billy Porter attacked Harry Styles for posing as a poster boy of gender-fluid/non-binary fashion back in 2020 when he wore a dress on the cover of Vogue.

Porter also attacked Anna Wintour, the EIC of Vogue, for allowing this to happen in the first place.

Porter has taken a brutal stance against Vogue and Wintour for allowing the “white and cute and straight” performer to be given a magazine cover at the drawback of true gender-fluid performers. Porter labeled Wintour as a “bi**h” for this disservice to the non-binary community.

Porter, along with music fans, has questioned if Styles’ choice of wearing a dress could be inadvertently be seen as mocking the non-binary and gender-fluid community.

Lady Colin Campbell Discusses Being Intersex

 Lady Colin Campbell. Photo via IMDb.

Georgia Arianna, or more commonly known as Lady Colin Campbell, was interviewed by Grazia where she further opened up on her intersex identity.

Campbell was born with her labia fused and a deformed clitoris, meaning her genitals looked neither male nor female.

Being stuck with how to raise their child, her parents decided “male” where she was forcibly injected with male hormones, until her voice deepened, her nipples shrank, and she developed facial hair. Campbell eventually got out and began identifying as intersex, began using she/her pronouns, and changed her legal name.

Campbell went on to discuss her troubled marriage to Lord Colin Campbell, and more.

The article concluded by discussing what intersex is.

Margot Robbie Calls Barbie Asexual

Margot Robbie. Courtesy photo.

With the “Barbie” movie reaching international success, many have questioned the doll’s sexuality, despite the presence of several Kens throughout the film. Margot Robbie, the Mattel icon, gave an exclusive interview with Vogue to clear all the confusion and more.

When asked if Barbie is sexualized, Robbie responded with: “She is sexualized. But she should never be sexy. People can project sex onto her, yes, she can wear a short skirt, but because it’s fun and pink. Not because she wanted you to see her butt.”

Robbie went on to discuss that Barbie dolls wear somewhat revealing clothing only to face value with the purpose of serving a look, and that Barbie doesn’t have the intention to “seduce” those around her.

“I’m like, ‘Okay, she’s a doll. She’s a plastic doll. She doesn’t have organs. If she doesn’t have organs, she doesn’t have reproductive organs. If she doesn’t have reproductive organs, would she even feel sexual desire?’ No, I don’t think she could.”

Thus, Barbie and the other Barbies of Barbie Land are simply dolls, living their lives in a “perfect” plastic world with no sexual desire.


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