Over the past decade, society at large has made some serious progress when it comes to sexuality. Androgynous models have gained momentum, and androgynous music icons from the past have become sexual revolutionaries.
And androgyny isn't solely a 21st century endeavor. In an article written on androgyny, Scott Barry Kaufman writes, "Freud speculated...that creative people possess greater cross-sex identification than others." Tapping into both masculinity and femininity, regardless of your gender, provides perspective (and as Freud puts it), a likeliness that your creative juices are flowing a little stronger than the average Joe's. Androgynous celebrities
Moral of the story? Be who you are! Let that freak flag fly. And prepare to be inspired and amazed by the pleasant curiosity of these stunningly beautiful androgynous faces.
Milla Jovovich is an American (female) model, actress, musician, and fashion designer.
Erika Lindner is a female model who models both men's and women's clothing. She recently appeared in Katy Perry's Unconditionally music video.
Andreja Pejic (formerly Andrej) is an Australian androgynous model of Bosnian Croat and Bosnian Serb ethnicity that models both male and female clothing. Before 2014, she identified as male/androdynous "living between genders" and has since had sexual reassignment surgery and identifies as a trans woman.Source
Katherine Sian Moennig is an American actress best known for her role as Shane McCutcheon on "The L Word," as well as Jake Pratt on "Young Americans."