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"Pose" star Billy Porter, right, dragged American Vogue magazine for featuring "straight" singer Harry Styles on a cover wearing a dress.

In an in-depth interview with The Sunday Times magazine, Porter criticized Vogue for not recognizing him as the trailblazer for men wearing dresses.

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"I changed the whole game," Porter said.

"I. Personally. Changed. The. Whole. Game. And that is not ego, that is just fact. I was the first one doing it and now everybody is doing it."

Porter, who plays a fairy godmother in Amazon Studios' woke remake of "Cinderella", added:

"I feel like the fashion industry has accepted me because they have to. I'm not necessarily convinced and here is why. I created the conversation [about men wearing dresses] and yet Vogue still put Harry Styles, a straight white man, in a dress on their cover for the first time."


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Porter continued:

"I'm not dragging Harry Styles, but he is the one you're going to try and use to represent this new conversation?"

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Styles, 27, has never publicly labeled his sexuality. But it's a well-known fact that he is ghey-for-pay -- pretending to be LGBT+ for clout.

"He doesn't care," Porter said, "he's just doing it because it's the thing to do."

"This is politics for me. This is my life. I had to fight my entire life to get to the place where I could wear a dress to the Oscars and not be gunned now. All he has to do is be white and straight."

The 52-year-old actor and singer, who released a single last week titled "Children", admitted he never dreamed he'd be so successful, "because I'm gay."

"I was told my queerness would be a liability and I would never have the kind of success that I have. And the naysayers were right for a very long time, until they weren't."

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Noah Cyrus claims she was unaware of the meaning behind the racial slur "nappy" when she insulted Candace Owens for calling Harry Styles unmanly.

Cyrus, who is best known as Miley Cyrus' little sister, apologized for hurling the racial insult in response to a tweet by the conservative activist.

Owens was highly critical of Styles wearing a dress on the cover of Vogue:

"There is no society that can survive without strong men. The East knows this. In the west, the steady feminization of our men at the same time that Marxism is being taught to our children is not a coincidence. It is an outright attack. Bring back manly men."

Cyrus was livid, tweeting in defense of Styles, "better than any of u nappy a** heauxz."

Cyrus' timeline lit up like the 4th of July, as her outraged followers reprimanded her for being ignorant.

Owens responded:

"Any one of woke liberals care to explain to me how @noahcyrus calling me a 'nappy a** h**' is not racist?. I'm all ears. You guys love cancel culture. @MileyCyrus come get your sister!"

The backlash prompted the aspiring singer to apologize, claiming she was unaware of the history behind the racial slur.

"I am mortified that I used a term without knowing the context and history, but I know now and I am horrified and truly sorry. I will never use it again. Thank you for educating me. I in no way meant to offend anyone. I am so so sorry."

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Harry Styles responded to a comment Candace Owens made about his effeminate attire on the cover of Vogue magazine.

Harry, an ex member of the boy band One Direction, became the first male to appear solo on the cover of Vogue. He marked the occasion by wearing a frock on the cover.

Last month, Candace retweeted a Vogue post with the comment:

"There is no society that can survive without strong men. The East knows this. In the west, the steady feminization of our men at the same time that Marxism is being taught to our children is not a coincidence. It is an outright attack. Bring back manly men."

The bisexual singer threw some subtle shade at the pro-Trump conservative activist on Instagram.

"Bring back manly men," he captioned a picture of himself wearing a powder blue suit and ruffled shirt while eating a banana -- which some IG followers say is meant as a phallic symbol.

Styles also addressed Owens' comments in an interview with Variety, saying:

"To not wear [something] because it's females' clothing, you shut out a whole world of great clothes. And I think what's exciting about right now is you can wear what you like. It doesn't have to be X or Y. Those lines are becoming more and more blurred."

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Olivia Wilde slammed conservative activist Candace Owens after she criticized British pop singer Harry Styles for wearing dresses during a recent magazine photo shoot.

Harry, an ex member of the boy band One Direction, became the first male to appear solo on the cover of Vogue. He marked the occasion by blurring gender norms in a photo shoot that featured him wearing dresses.

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On Sunday, Candace retweeted a Vogue post with the comment:

"There is no society that can survive without strong men. The East knows this. In the west, the steady feminization of our men at the same time that Marxism is being taught to our children is not a coincidence. It is an outright attack. Bring back manly men."

Director and actress Wilde, who is friends with Harry and cast him in her new movie Don't Worry Darling, reacted angrily to the conservative commentator's post, tweeting, "You're Pathetic."

Candace later clarified her "manly men" comment in a follow-up tweet.

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In his Vogue interview Harry explained he shops for women's clothing to challenge gender norms in society.

"I'll go in shops sometimes, and I just find myself looking at the women's clothes thinking they're amazing.

"It's like anything - anytime you're putting barriers up in your own life, you're just limiting yourself."

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Saturday Night Live cast member Bowen Yang lashed out at the Sara Lee corporation for defending their brand from off-color, homosexual jokes after SNL aired a gay-themed sketch on Saturday, Nov. 16.

According to TVLine.com, the sexually charged sketch featured musical host Harry Styles, pictured right, as Dillan, a social media manager who was called into a meeting for posting "off-brand activity" on the Sara Lee company Instagram account.

The off-brand activity included sexually suggestive comments on a Nick Jonas post, including "Wreck me daddy" and "Destroy me king." There were also comments left by the @SaraLeeBread handle on a random Instagram user's account, including sexually suggestive emojis that imply Dillan wants to "get railed to death".

In one comment, Dillan tweeted:

"Feeling really depressed after threesome. What was supposed to be a fantasy ended up more rejection. Must get rid of toxic in community."

Another Dillan comment read:

"A little moody after being used. Why do guys freak out when I ask them to spit in my mouth? Need a real king that can handle. It's 8 am and have to go to hell job at sara lee. A little in my head after another threesome."

The SNL comedy sketch was inspired by the ongoing fan belief that Styles, 25, is a repressed homosexual who is trapped in the closet.

Styles, a former member of the British boy band One Direction, has repeatedly said he is not a homosexual, but he does claim to be gender fluid and trysexual.

After the sketch aired on SNL, Yang, who is openly homosexual, took to Twitter.com to apologize to Sara Lee for using their brand in his comedy sketch without permission.

"Me and prodigal son [Julio Torres] made Mz. @Harry_Styles say queer nonsense," he tweeted. "Very very very sorry to everyone at @SaraLeeDesserts."

That should have been the end of it. But Harry Styles' fans took to the @SaraLeeBread IG account and left 1,700+ mostly sexually suggestive comments, including "Wreck me daddy" and "Destroy me king."

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Understandably, the dessert corporation disabled the comment section on Instagram to protect their wholesome brand - which outraged Yang.

"Sara Lee disabling and deleting IG comments," he tweeted. "Wow they really could have been THE bread for f*gs."

A Sara Lee spokesperson responded to the criticism, saying:

"We didn't participate in creating the skit and its content doesn't align with Sara Lee Bread's brand. But, we all know SNL pushes the envelope for laughs and we are taking it in stride."

The spokesperson's statement - that SNL's homosexual "content doesn't align with Sara Lee Bread's brand" further angered the LGBT+ community.

Because homosexuality is rooted in narcissism, some homosexuals respond out of anger when asked to respect the opinions of others.

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