Vogue has not had the best track record with Black people recently. Last year, Anna Wintour had to apologize that her magazine wasn’t inclusive and for “hurtful and intolerant” behavior. And most recently, Vice-President Elect, Kamala Harris got shafted by the magazine and they released a print cover (on the right, the digital cover is on the left) featuring Kamala giving us an “I’m constipated and smiling anyway,” pose. Anna got rightfully dragged by her bob, but she won’t accept the criticism. She has an explanation. Anna says she wanted Kamala to look “accessible” and “approachable.” This makes sense to me because Anna was trying to appeal to what she thinks a “regular” person is like. Of course, she thinks peasants look bad.