Megan is the cover star of Glamour UK‘s May issue! Megan can also been seen on the cover of Glamour‘s Germany and Spain issues. Check out the photos and article below.
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Megan Fox is GLAMOUR’s April cover star: ‘Me just being free and having fun with how I am is very provocative for people’
GLAMOUR – Opening up in her most candid and revealing interview in years, Megan Fox speaks to GLAMOUR’s Emily Maddick about sexism, being a sex symbol, her psychological breakdown, the pressures of parenting, her feminist revival and rejection – and passionate blood-drinking rituals with her fiancé, Machine Gun Kelly…
Megan Fox is having a moment. This much we all know. Every red carpet she steps on, every Kardashian she steps out with and every outfit she wears is analysed, idolised, or meme-ified, generating headlines on a near-daily basis. Despite not having an account herself, she’s celebrated as a goddess on TikTok for her wit, style and unapologetic honesty. And then, of course, there’s her equally unapologetic, PDA-packing, internet-breaking romance and exceedingly extra engagement – complete with claims of mutual blood-drinking – with rapper and actor Machine Gun Kelly.
But Megan has not always been as celebrated, appreciated or – crucially – understood.
Her rise to fame in the early Noughties saw her emerge as an almost cartoon-like sex symbol whose pin-up, all-American good looks garnered her a reputation for some roles that seemed solely to serve the male gaze. And the public and the media treated her accordingly. I, too, was guilty of underestimating Megan Fox in the past, buying into the sex-symbol narrative and not taking her seriously enough. But no longer.
Because, as I learn, Megan has always been outspoken – radically so – intelligent, boundary-breaking and feminist. And in 2009, the same year she filmed Diablo Cody’s cult horror movie, Jennifer’s Body, she spoke out in the media about being relentlessly sexualised and enduring what she called some “genuinely harrowing experiences in a ruthlessly misogynistic industry.”