Topic: Androgyny

Miley Cyrus Shows Underboob, Wears Men’s Underwear, Ruins Punk In V Magazine

Miley Cyrus Shows Underboob, Wears Men's Underwear, Ruins Punk In V Magazine

She can’t be tamed, y’all!

In the summer 2013 issue of V Magazine, Miley Cyrus can be seen “pushing the boundaries” of former child star propriety in some rather statement-y get-ups. Her accoutrements include ’80s punk spikes, ’90s jazzercise clothes, a pink mohawk, underboob, and many, many abs. She also wears that great bugaboo of the nineties, pre-distressed jeans, and even tries out a bit of androgyny in some men’s underwear. If she’s trying to get a bicurious female following, it’s working…this is the hottest I have ever found her. (I’m easy like that.)

What with all the screaming loud fashions and efforts at gender-bending on display, I’m a little (but not too) surprised most of the coverage of this so far has focused on how much skin she is showing. What kind of crazy shit does she have to wear to become known for her bold fashion risk taking? Click through to see this stupid sexy clusterfuck in all its gaudy glory. More »

Gallery: V Magazine Celebrates ‘Girl Power’ With Photos Of Androgynous (And Ripped) Female Bodies

Gallery: V Magazine Celebrates 'Girl Power' With Photos Of Androgynous (And Ripped) Female Bodies

V Magazine’s ‘Girl Power’ issue sure does have a lot of diversity. Apparently, “girl power” encompasses everyone from that creepy human Barbie person to…well, actual powerful girls. For their “Studs” editorial, V shot several androgynous women (“athletes, artists, lovers”) whose queer identity marks them as “studs” rather than “tomboys,” at least according to the woman in the accompanying video. Because it’s fun to imagine I am friends with cool and attractive people, I’m going to make up personalities for them. As lovers. More »

Gallery: Andrej Pejic Romances His Female Alter Ego In Candy Magazine

Gallery: Andrej Pejic Romances His Female Alter Ego In Candy Magazine

Andrej Pejic is officially the only person cool enough to pull off the whole “self marriage” thing. Or in this case, “noir-ish self romance with the help of Photoshop.”

In a new Candy Magazine editorial, Pejic continues to gender-bend by playing both halves of a male-female couple. Like most great editorials, it makes you want to write your own narrative of what’s going on, so that’s what I’m going to do. More »