Heel-clad hetero ‘influencer’ says queer people make his life “worse” and the Internet has thoughts

Mark Bryan, 62, has created a brand of inspiration for his style. The straight old man, Texan and mechanic is known for combining masculine or unisex tops with skirts and heels – a pair that has brought him many modeling projects, awards, and much appreciation from the community.

In the new clip in his appearance on German document-series In addition to appearanceapparently that compliment was not returned.

In the first part of the series, it was called “Hat Mode ein Geschlect?” (“Is gender the same?”), Bryan chats with the host and Queer Eyes: Germany Avi Jakobs stars on her fashion journey for a bag and manicure. Their report is simple at first, but things take a turn for the worse when Jakobs gets his nails done.

He says he was happy to meet Bryan, as he thought he was fighting for a different community.

“I don’t really think I’m fighting you, but I’m not fighting you either,” he said.

When asked if she knows what it’s like to be upset with her using her “water-sex” figure as a metaphor, she says no.

As we see in the now-viral video, the conversation quickly turns sour:

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“It’s not about the clothes, it’s about who they are and how they look,” he said.

“I think they made themselves more vulnerable. I think they’re very aggressive and great.”

Not included in the Twitter edit, Jakobs replied, “I want you to fight on our side. I’m really sorry.”

“I was trying to separate myself from the LGB community because the gay community wore skirts and high heels before me,” Bryan said. “I think it’s worse than me, right, because I’ve been called gay.”

All Jakobs could do was sob in frustration before replying dryly, “I’m sorry we hurt you.”

As the clip rolls around, people are sharing Jakobs’ frustration and anger:

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Earlier in the episode, during the save, Jakobs cried when he heard that Bryan was able to take his actions without being challenged.

“I’m so glad for you that you didn’t have to go through that,” he said. “Deciding to wear that, to me, is a big statement because we’re only allowed to do that because of the past and the courage. That power you have… using it to talk to the right men is amazing.

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“Most of the time, I get assaulted by straight men – I’ve had it many times – and it’s mostly the people who don’t have experience who listen.”

Even after his emotional struggles, it’s clear that Bryan doesn’t care.


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