The Times Androgyny In Rock Made An Appearance

From the '50s pouty-lipped Elvis who swung his hips in a way that likely made any man of yesteryear loosen his tie in turned-on confusion, to the '90s Kurt Cobain and his princess tiaras, rock has enjoyed a history of gender-bending players who challenged the cultural ideas of masculinity. Whether we're talking about the Peacock Revolution in the '70s or the lycra-wearing, bang-feathering glam rock of the '80s, the subversiveness of inviting femininity onto the stage only added to their virility.
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