In case you missed it, Harry Styles caused a stir last week when he became the first man to appear solo on the cover of American Vogue.
Long story short, several people were pressed because the cover — and the shoot inside the magazine — showed Harry styled in a dress.
Right-wing pundits, led by author Candace Owens, seemed to think that Harry wearing a dress is a threat to the concept of masculinity and all of society in general.
Which culminated in a huge online debate and many people — including Jameela Jamil — stepping in to defend Harry, his masculinity, and his right to wear whatever he wants, because honestly, it really isn't that deep.
But it's safe to say people are surprised by their agreement with the latest person to speak out in defence of Harry: YouTuber Logan Paul.
A clip of Logan speaking about the situation on his podcast, Impaulsive, has been going viral on Twitter over the last few days, with one version of the video in particular racking up over 5 million views.
In the episode — just before the clip posted on Twitter — Logan brings up Harry's Vogue cover and praises it, which is immediately questioned by his cohost, Mike Majlak.
What follows is the viral Twitter clip, in which Logan debates his cohosts' opinion that wearing a dress "isn't manly" and as a result is accused of being combative and becoming angry.
"You guys are making it something it's not," Logan continues. "You're the type of people who will look at it and be like, 'No, men gotta be men and they can't wear dresses!' Suck a dick, bro. I would do this in a heartbeat."
"I saw this cover, and I said, that's something I would do," Logan says later in the episode. "If someone was like, 'Yo, would you want to make a statement and wear a dress on the cover of Vogue as a man?' I'd say, 'Yeah, sure.'"
The video has been shared thousands of times on Twitter, with many people praising the way Logan handled the situation — particularly when his friends disagreed with him.
In fact, several people accused Logan's cohosts of gaslighting him by calling him "combative" and "angry".
"Opinions aren't free from criticism," one person wrote. "Logan isn't attacking dude's freedom to have an opinion he was attacking the content of the opinion."
But mostly, people just can't really believe that they agree with Logan Paul.