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Christian Girl Autumn Never Has to End

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at Home Goods. Or perhaps at home, reading a book by the fireplace in her . Or maybe on Instagram, posing with a Chanel bag on her arm and a Starbucks holiday drink in hand.

Such are the simple pleasures of Christian Girl Autumn. And for influencers like Caitlin Covington, it's more than a season—it's a state of mind.

Covington accidentally became the face of Christian Girl Autumn in August 2019, when trans creator Isabella Markel turned an image of Covington and fellow blogger Emily Gemma into a viral meme. “I was just looking at clothes, women's outfits, the Christian Girl aesthetic or whatever—the skinny jean and the big bag," Markel tells Glamour. “I just thought it was so funny and I just kept on using these pictures.

And I was like, 'They're actually kind of bad bitches if you think about it.' It's camp. It's high-level camp.”The meme racked up thousands of likes and replies in a matter of days. “This picture thinks Africa is a country and is going on a mission trip there in 2020,” one commenter . “This picture asked me not to kiss another man in public and if I could please leave the restaurant,” another Then, in a plot twist no one saw coming, Covington embraced the meme and set the record straight: She a Republican.

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