Kendall Jenner

Kendall Jenner Does Harper’s Bazaar

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On how she’s always been a tomboy:

“I was a huge tomboy. I had a phase where I wore boys’ clothes. I was always hanging out with guys. I’ve always connected with guys more…I’ve always been the different one. I mean, I’m a girl and I like being a girl, but I’ve just never been into it like they have. I think I get that from my dad. I’d say I’m more of a Jenner than a Kardashian.”

On the rumor that she left social media briefly to get plastic surgery:

“It’s literally the craziest thing. Me and my family will be getting sh-t like this for the rest of our lives.”

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kkmimi
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kkmimi

UGH

Kylee
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Kylee

She’s doesn’t feel like she’s much of a girl and relates to her dad but her dad just transitioned into a female 🤔 Am I missing something here?

Agatha
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Agatha

Not even a transexual father made her brush off the stereotypes. You can still be a girl and like sports, pants, beer or whatever. Those things are not married to a gender. And wth does “being in to being a girl” mean?

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I’m not like other girls, I’m ~cool girl~

Annie
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Annie

She needs to stop assuming that everyone else is as unintelligent as she is.

cat
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That dress looks like a giant churro in cheeto dust

Amanda P
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Amanda P

eyebrows by Microsoft Paint

herpderp
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herpderp

<3!!

Milla
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Milla

Made my day! Hilarious!!!! xD

christy
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christy

yeah sure, everyones a tom boy.

Sharlane
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Sharlane

Why do women keep saying this “I’m not like the other girls” BS even after that incredible cool girl speech from Gone Girl went viral? Like, GIRL, you’re just making a fool of yourself. Very sad.

Jason Downs
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Jason Downs

Which speech is that? I’m not familiar with it?

Jason Downs
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Jason Downs
Haha, just watched it. Yeah that sounds like some bitter persons interpretation of a cool girl and don’t forget that character was a physo murderer so I wouldn’t put too much faith in a fictional character who’s based on a murderer….there is such thing as “cool girl”, and it’s not that messed up interpretation from that fictional story. It’s low maintenance. My wife is a “cool girl” so much so that when my guy friends come out she’s one of the few wives always welcomed to hangout and everybody is excited to see. The jokes get funnier with her around… Read more »
Stellar
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Stellar

But your ex wife wasn’t a cool girl, eh?

Jason Downs
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Jason Downs

Ex wife??? Nah, don’t have an ex wife, sorry. I’m only getting married once in my life.

Stellar
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Stellar

Um, Jason, you might want to go back and look at one go your earliest posts where you claim your ex wife got fat and you were complaining that she wouldn’t do anything about it.
The Internet never forgets. You need a good memory to be a good liar. Lol

Agatha
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Agatha
Agree, I think the speech misses the mark, but it’s also the point of view of the character. It’s cynical. There’s cool people that have an effortless attitude. “Cool girl” because you like “boy” things, it’s a BS concept. Your wife, f.e., is funny, cool, but that doesn’t make her “boyish”. There’s this condescending, mysoginistic manner in which some women differentiate themselves from other women. To be able to say you’re special because “You are not like the other girls”, you have to make a hell of a generalization, a negative one. As a man, you’re not “cooler” for not… Read more »
herpderp
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herpderp
You’re absolutely right, Agatha. It’s misogynistic af. And I am admittedly guilty of having misogynistic thoughts at times, despite being a woman. I’m not proud of it, in fact I despise that I harbour such feelings. I think a lot of it is a product of social conditioning, sadly. I wish it was so easy to remedy… I feel like the word “tomboy” needs to be made obsolete already. And I love your other point. Men are made fun of if they possess “less than masculine” qualities, i.e. the male equivalent of a non-girly girl. It’s a very “masculinity is… Read more »
Sharlane
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Sharlane
No need to mansplain, Jason. Everybody know it was a fictional character, but the speech was still the product of a very intelligent female writer who knows what she’s talking about and surely identified with parts if not the whole of the speech. Millions of women identified with Gone Girl’s concept of the “cool girl” because its something that’s been drilled into our heads since infancy: masculine stuff is better feminine girl stuff, guy friends are cooler to have than girl friends, getting the approval of men should be on the top of women’s list of things to do. Gone… Read more »
Jason Downs
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Jason Downs

No need to womensplain. We all knew everything you said was implied, doesn’t mean it’s true.

Stellar
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Stellar

No such concept exists.
Isn’t there an MRA site that might be more in line with your comments?

Stellar
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Stellar

Good reply Sharlane.

Kik
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But isn’t model on the cover supposed to be beautiful? I remember buying LOVE magazine with Rosie on the cover just because she looked divinely beautiful I didn’t care for the magazine itself.

Nathalie
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Nathalie

Have you ever noticed that girls who say they connect more with the guys it’s usually because they’re horrible to other girls? I mean, it’s not like all women or men are the same or have the same mentality… So it’s probably you.

Lea
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Yep, in my experience all girls who “don’t like other girls” or say that all women are mean are usually the mean ones and tend to have that ~i’m not like other girls~ attitude. There are about 4 billion women on this planet and each one of them is a different person, so if you dislike all of them, the problem is probably you.

Kia
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The epitome of the lame girl I don’t like is this jenner noone, that said, I do prefer guys company by far and that caused me not little suffering in my teen, and is somehow a struggle even now. I like male energy, I like to be pumped up. I like sports and push my friends physically, insult them (and the other way around too of course), and laugh. Boys Andre and relays funny. Spending any time with my female classmates throughout all high school and uni was the most boring thing ever, that I ended up in isolation because… Read more »
abby
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abby
I think that definitely happens, but often girls can be unfriendly to other women they feel jealous of. I don’t consider myself different than other girls or special or a tomboy and I generally like most women I meet, but I do find it harder to find good female friends than male friends. Some women project their insecurities onto other women so much, either they don’t want to be your friend or if they do, it can be hard to be around snarky remarks all the time. I do have good female friends who are closer than most of my… Read more »
ginger
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ginger

I agree with abby… For me it’s always been easier to be friends with boys than with girls, because there was always someone saying something about me behind my back, always, since I was 10. I found that my male friends were far more honest and that I could be open and honest with them, without being talked about for it. Sadly, us women have been raised to see each other as competitors for attention, and I never liked that, so I just walked away from it.

Agatha
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Agatha

Some men also talk behind people’s back, believe me.

Stellar
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Stellar

Yeah, men are just as mean as women can be but they don’t rate women as a real threat, until said woman is, ad then watch them change. It’s more about individual insecurities than gender differences. Men support each other in a way I wish women would, instead of playing the cool girl card.

abby
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abby
I think you’re right, it’s about individual insecurities, not gender, and it’s just less likely that men are threatened by women, but it still happens (I have noticed it in a professional setting). It’s just so common that women see eachother as competition in every way, and compare their differences and think they are coming up short instead of celebrating or appreciating that all of us are different and will have different lives, none is better than another… it is sad that our culture has made women feel this way so often. I have also felt jealous of friends at… Read more »
Kia
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If you are ignoring the topic of male competition, you are delusional. It’s harsh.

Kia
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Also thanks everyone for downvoting a personal experience and struggle. Why even?

Snugglepup
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Snugglepup
I think it’s really just about the different types of friend-relationships men and women establish. Men can usually be friends with someone they don’t even have much in common, they “accept” people easier to be their friend – but at the same time, I think the relationship isn’t as intimate as between girlfriends. Between female friends I think we’re more selective who we want to be friends with and because the relationships we already have are “deeper” there’s less time and desire to introduce someone new to our lives say in a work place, for example. This is just a… Read more »
Uma
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No you were not. Your teenage years were there for everyone to see, you literally never did what you claim. Ugh, what an unpleasant individual.

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Alyssa Mohino

Lily Collins knock off

Annie
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Annie

Since my first comment was apparently deleted, I’ll rephrase:
She needs to stop assuming that the general public is stupid and blind. We can see the procedures she has had. People don’t magically grow bigger lips or an a$$ overnight.

Angela
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Angela

Lips yes. Ass? no. She didn’t get a BBL

ule
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It seems like they wanted to emulate other women, each with more personality and style.
The cover reminds me of Victoria Beckham, the pose, the figure, the heels, the photoshop.
The second of Frida Kahlo because of the flowers and too obvious eyebrows.
And the third of Jackie Kennedy, the hair, dress, aristocratic pose.
She does have pretty eyes, but is so overrated. If this was supposed to show her versatility, then no, just no.

Snugglepup
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Snugglepup

Yeah… Another one of them “i’m one of the guys, I’m not like other girls” model stories. What’s with it?

joaquina
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joaquina

the eyebrows look weird in all pics

joaquina
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joaquina

eyebrows look weird

jahliss
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jahliss

No freaking personality or facial expression at all

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