Vogue proudly releases ‘diverse’ pro-women March cover, immediately creamed by lunatic left

Vogue magazine has come under fire for being hypocritical with its “diverse” March cover.

Critics slammed the 125 year-old magazine for its March cover celebrating “modern American women” with a  photo featuring models of different ethnic backgrounds, skin tones and body types.

Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Ashley Graham, Vittoria Ceretti, Imaan Hammam, Adwoa Aboah and Liu Wen grace the cover but many readers felt the magazine’s attempt at diversity fell short.

Graham is the only plus-size model and all of the models have relatively light skin tones. Vogue has also been accused of altering the photo, making the models appear thinner and stretching Hadid’s hand in the photo to cover up Graham’s stomach.

Vogue cover
Image: Instagram/AshleyGraham

“In a climate of immigration bans and building walls, the biggest names in 2017 make the case that there isn’t just one type of American girl—nor has there ever been,” Maya Singer wrote in the cover story.

Although some of the cover models spoke in the accompanying story about challenges they faced, readers were disappointed and angry at the iconic magazine’s narrow-minded version of diversity.

They took to Twitter to tell Vogue all about it.

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This won’t be the end of Vogue’s problems. Editor Ana Wintor reportedly told the Wall St. Journal that she is planning to feature Melania Trump in an upcoming article. Look out!

Frieda Powers


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