French Vogue: Now With More Bearded Drag Queens

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French Vogue is better than American Vogue in so many ways, but never has it been more obvious: U.S. Vogue needs more bearded drag queens! For instance, André J. He's a muse who used to work at the Patricia Field store and graced New York Magazine's look book. And now he's posing with Carolyn Murphy on the cover of an influential fashion magazine! Would Anna Wintour ever allow such a thing? Check out his adorable pix, after the jump. Plus: Carolyn Murphy and a teenage boy with his pants down!

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André is psyched to be alive! Who could blame him?

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Who has the better legs? Be honest with yourself.

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This story was shot by Bruce Weber, so naturally there are underaged kids. Carolyn Murphy, 32, nuzzles up to a bunch of youths, trying to choose one. Though the dude with the large hair on the left is pleading his case, Carolyn's got one hand going for the chest of a little girl and the other hand in the skater boi's crotch.

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Yeah, she's made her choice.

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"Let's act out the Mary Kay Letourneau story."

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Andre is GLORIOUS. Very Sumerian Empire. Now I'm inspired. I have thought for a long time now that the abolition of hair being a requirement for femininity has just gone to its ultimate, ridiculous extreme. We epilate the cooch till it looks like a cornish game hen. Srsly. Global warming notwithstanding, we are not in Ancient Egypt. How about a nice, nostalgic, Playboy triangle to make the place look soft and inviting? Swarthy girls can also start reclaiming the womanstache. It would look pretty fierce with a touch of mascara. Finally, while we're at it, let's reconsider the noble armpit. Check out the vintage photo of Mama Michelle Phillips in Vanity Fair (thanks, Moe). Rrawr! Cruelty-free fur, and just in time for winter.