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Thursday, October 28, 2021

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See that picture of America’s airhead, Jessica Simpson, above? Quite attractive, right? Even if you’re not a fan of her, her music or her show (that’s me, on all three counts), it’s safe to say that most people would characterize her as pretty, and feminine.

Does anything about her strike you as even remotely masculine?

No, not to me either. But inexplicably, at least a couple of people see her in that light.

And so, it got me to wondering: Am I missing something? Is this somehow a widespread view? Are there others out there who think Jessica Simpson is somehow mannish-looking?

I’ll concede, by comparative standards, that her Milli Vanilli-playin’ sister is the more boyish Simpson kid.

- Costa Tsiokos, Thu 10/28/2004 08:25:07 PM
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  1. I think its the strong jaw and cleft chin. Those are traditionally more masculine features.

    Comment by The Belt — 10/29/2004 @ 10:21:56 AM


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