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Androgynous Model Does Her Own Body-Positive Victoria’s Secret Shoot

Androgynous model Rain Dove is bypassing the exacting physical standards Victoria’s Secret imposes on its “Angels” by doing her own photoshoot in the brand’s lingerie. She’s included two images for each shot: One with a VS model’s head superimposed over her own, and then just the original image of Dove.

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Androgynous Kate Winslet Is Perfect; All Hail Androgynous Kate Winslet

Oh, hello, I have always loved Kate Winslet, but this photoshoot for L’Uomo Vogue is actually blowing my mind. Do these pictures not make you feel a million things?

I mean, I don’t want to sexualize Kate Winslet without her permission, but is it safe to say that based solely on looksMore »


7 Awesome Resources For Masculine-Of-Center Beauty

Here’s the way I identify, in my own head: Masculine bisexual cis female. That is a string of words that makes almost no sense to a lot of people in my life who would rather just be like “aren’t you kind of just … Rebecca?” And yeah, that’s true too. But my four-word identity is… More »


Androgynous Model Andrej Pejic Goes Almost Full-Frontal Nude

Model Andrej Pejic appears in the June issue of Vogue Brazil, nude, wearing only silver nail polish. The famously androgynous Andre has walked the runway in both men’s and women’s clothing, and regularly appears in fashion editorials decked out in high fashion women’s clothes.

Of his look, Andrej has said, “The way I… More »


Model Casey Legler Wears Tutus, Models Men’s Clothes

We introduced you to model Casey Legler before — she’s the gorgeous former Olympic swimmer who’s signed as a male model with Ford Models, and has been forging a successful fashion career ever since. In the video above, she talks to a couple of bewildered CNN anchors about being discovered by photographer Cass McCombs.
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Men And Women Starting To Look More Alike

The androgynous look isn’t just a thing that popped up in the 1970s and comes back in vogue every few years. Apparently, it’s an evolutionary fact. Researchers at North Carolina State University (go Wolfpack!) studied Spanish and Portuguese skulls from now, as well as hundreds dating back all the way to 16th century. And it… More »