I edited this channeling the idea of media representations, and how this affects men, constantly creating the masculine hierarchy. Using Marilyn Manson as the protagonist to bend the idea of masculinity further and question fashion houses advertisements depicting the utopian idealisation of men.
Part 1 I'm not American so I don't actually know how they celebrate Fourth of July, but maybe someone (most likely Tony, let's be honest here) arranged a party to celebrate 4th of July (and Steve's birthday) where you dress up as iconic Americans/American figures. Steve dresses up as himself (prompted by you, because he didn't really want to go) and you as Marilyn Monroe from Men Prefer Blondes. Body hugging pink dress, diamonds adorning your wrists, neck and ears and elbow lengths white gloves.