10 Androgynous people we love♥

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Androgynous people have been around for a long time but it seems like they are just now REALLY getting recognition for their unique beauty. These gender bending beauties are FAB and have managed to gain positive recognition by simply being who they are. I live! Androgyny is a beautiful thing. Enjoy the post and feel free to add on to the list in the comment section.

 

B.Scott- Internet personality, power gay, and business man, B.Scott has built his own brand and followed his dreams by staying true to himself and focusing on a positive path. His personality and radiant beauty has captured the heart of people all over the world. He’s FAB!

 

Az’Marie- AzMarie is a BEAUTIFUL androgynous model that makes the girls swoon with her shaved head, fierce photo shoots, and boyish swagger. She’s been described as the “prettiest stud you’ll ever see.” She is the textbook definition of ANDROGYNY.

 

Andrej Pejic- This male model shocked the world when he came down the runway in women’s close and was wearing them better then majority of the female models that were sharing the runway with him. No only is he graceful but looks a hell of a lot like a woman. A REALLY hot one at that. We love Andre and his soft demeanor on the runway.

 

Prince- Prince is the original king of ANDROGYNY. How many men do you know that can rock heels, and froofy shirts and STILL manage to date women like Apollonia. I rest my case. Androgyny is hot and we thank Prince for paving the way for future andro artist.

 

Kate Moennig- Kate Moennig aka Shane from The L Word is another actress who is a textbook example of an androgynous person. She’s played an AG in a few films as well as a MTF trans woman on an episode of Law and Order. Kate definitely blurs the lines between male and female.

 

Amber Rose- Bisexual beauty Amber Rose exudes androgyny when she has relations with the same sex. She’s been spotted out and about in masculine clothing and seems to be more comfortable involving herself in things that are non gender conforming. I love Miss Rose.

 

 

Adam Lambert- Adam Lambert is on top of the glam rock game and isn’t afraid to express himself through his music and his fashion. Adam rocks guy liner, snug fitting men’s clothes, and women’s accessories that give him a special touch of glam. We love the way Adam expresses himself by combining traits from two genders and staying true to himself.

 

Ellen Degeneres- When I think of Ellen the word FLY comes to mind. Ellen is a masculine woman but she still embraces her feminine side. Her apparel and wardrobe blend a little bit of male with a little bit of femme and I personally can’t get enough of it. She’s FAB.

 

Grace Jones- This woman has paved the way for so many androgynous female models in the present. She is a fashion icon, a fashion legend, AND possible the most androgynous African American female model we’ve ever seen. Grace Jones breaks the barriers between what defines man and woman. She’s a true andro beauty.

 

Lea T- Lea T is a BEATUIFUL trans model that has taken the fashion world by storm. Her beauty is unique and her androgynous demeanor put her ahead of the other girls in the high fashion world. Although she is a woman, there is an underlying mystery about her that draws crowds to her with no hesitation. It’s just as amazing as she is.

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