Tabloid headlines without the sexism

In News by Joe Veix / May 5, 2014

There’s no question that celebrity tabloids are awful. It’s essentially a whole industry held up by casual sexism. To hilariously point this out, Vagenda Magazine asked Twitter followers to re-write recent tabloid headlines, omitting the sexism.

What results is a beautiful deconstruction of magazines that seem like relics of the ’50s. Check out a few of them below.

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@thiskindchoice

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@minniemelange

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@anaopp

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@ce_corp

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@blinkx4L

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@VagendaMagazine

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@bluevespertine

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@ce_corp

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@lizzie_pritchard

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@bexatrex

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