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It has been three years since Harry Styles made remarkable history by being the first solo man to embrace the 'Vogue' cover styles in a dress. Billy Porter is upset by finding Harry in these appearances.
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In a recently published interview, Porter spoke about his dissatisfaction with the fashion industry's 'gatekeepers' who fail to recognize and credit members of the LGBTQ+ community for their contributions to breaking gender norms.
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According to Porter, who recently gave an interview, he once sat down with Vogue's editor-in-chief, Anna Wintour, and participated in a Q&A session in front of the Condé Nast staff. This happened a few months before Harry Styles' infamous Vogue cover was published.
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Billy Porter said to the Telegraph, 'That bitch told me at the end of how can we do it better and I was taken-off with the guard that I haven't say what I must have said.' Want to know more? Stay hooked to Factswow.com for the latest news, and keep exploring.
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Porter regrets not telling Wintour to use her position and influence as the editor of Vogue to uplift the leader's voice who started and led the movement towards de-gendering fashion. He noted that six months later, Harry Styles was the first man to be on the cover of a fashion magazine.
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The Pose Star, Billy Porter, has clarified the Issue not only linked specifically to Harry Styles. He said that it's not the fault of Harry Styles that he did in cute, white, fit, and straight into infrastructure the way. He called out the gatekeepers to refer such concerned issues.
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Billy Porter regularly turns the headlines with gender-fluid and red-carpet appearances. He has been creating waves in the fashion industry for several years. He probably does not claim to be the force to force beyond the 'gender stereotypes' in fashion icons.
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Billy Porter further said that the cover doesn't feel good. 'You are using my community,' and your people are taking advantage of my community to uplift your image. You don't have anything to sacrifice for.
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Billy Porter further commented, 'This is the politics for me, and this is my life. I've struggled to get to where I can wear an outfit to the Oscars Awards and not be gunned now. He said that all he has to do is to be seen as white and straight.
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Billy Porter later cleared his Stance when the comment was taken through the media. Seemingly. I am becoming popular now; it was just a slow news day. He confirmed his statement to Stephen Colbert in a 'Late Show' appearance.
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