Vogue Magazine issued their apology for their latest cover featuring former One Direction star #Zayn Malik and his gorgeous model girlfriend Gigi Hadid.

The couple did a photoshoot for Vogue Magazine where they posed in gender-fluid clothing, wearing very stylish suits and track-suits which placed them both in the same clothing items with slightly different styles. The couple also spoke about how they wear each other's clothes. Zayn says that he wears Gigi's shirts, "And if it's too tight on me, so what? It doesn't matter if it was made for girls," Gossip Hollywood reported. Gigi then stated, "It's not about gender. It's about, like, shapes.

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And what feels good on you that day. And anyway, it's fun to experiment.

Following the release of the magazine article and cover, some people were not happy and weren't scared to voice their opinion. One Twitter user wrote, "Vogue put #Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik on the cover of their "gender-fluidity" issue to highlight the importance of ... Swapping clothes?" @ajplus. Another wrote, "No Vogue, Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik wearing each others clothe's does not make them #Gender Fluid."

Does Vogue magazine deserve the backlash?

Social media is a very big thing and people are constantly posting what they think other people want to see or read. So is Vogue in the wrong for displaying their support for the gender-fluid community? The answer should be "no" but a lot of people think other wise.

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What seems to be the problem? How could Vogue have rather approached their article or let's say the photoshoot which is clearly making people furious.

Vogue's intentions were good but of course, they have to keep their views up to date and who better to have on the cover of their magazine than the beautiful power couple Zayn Malik and Gigi Hadid. These two have millions of Instagram and twitter followers so why wouldn't anyone want to read about them? That is most likely where the magazine went wrong. Instead of using Zayn and Gigi they should have used people that actually identify as gender-fluid, which would have made the article more personal and people would have appreciated what Vogue was trying to do.

Are the people being too hard on Vogue magazine?

We all want to show our support and of course, if you are not a part of the community it's hard to know what is right and wrong. So why are the people being so hard on Vogue magazine? Instead of the people informing Vogue about what Gender-fluid is they are making comments but still no knowledge is forthcoming.

So how are people supposed to show their gender-fluid support? Maybe it's better to just say nothing but then again when people are not showing their support then they considered to be against gender-fluidity. Either way it looks like you can't win.