1. madelinekahns:

Madeline Kahn photographed by Bonnie Schiffman for “The Rollingstone Book of Comedy, 1991

    madelinekahns:

    Madeline Kahn photographed by Bonnie Schiffman for “The Rollingstone Book of Comedy, 1991

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  2. (via Michael Sam and the Draw That Changed American Sports Forever | Out Magazine)
  3. lesbeehive:

Les Beehive – Lupita Nyong’o for Vogue by Mikael Jansson, July 2014
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  4. (via Jenny Slate Is Comedy’s Next “It” Girl)
  5. 
On why she felt the need to start a line of plus-size clothing“When I go shopping, most of the time I’m disappointed. Two Oscars ago, I couldn’t find anybody to do a dress for me. I asked five or six designers—very high-level ones who make lots of dresses for people—and they all said no.”

[Redbook: Melissa McCarthy, You’re Perfect]
    On why she felt the need to start a line of plus-size clothing

    “When I go shopping, most of the time I’m disappointed. Two Oscars ago, I couldn’t find anybody to do a dress for me. I asked five or six designers—very high-level ones who make lots of dresses for people—and they all said no.”

    [Redbook: Melissa McCarthy, You’re Perfect]

  6. timelightbox:

Photo by Gillian Laub for TIME
Meet Transgender America
In this week’s cover story, TIME introduces America to some of the individuals waging a battle for recognition and rights, including Laverne Cox, who stars in the hit Netflix series Orange is the New Black.

    timelightbox:

    Photo by Gillian Laub for TIME

    Meet Transgender America

    In this week’s cover story, TIME introduces America to some of the individuals waging a battle for recognition and rights, including Laverne Cox, who stars in the hit Netflix series Orange is the New Black.

    Reblogged from: timelightbox
  7. celestedoodles:

more lupita in her gg dress styled like a fiery version of the frozen dress and somewhere along the line she turned into a fire empress 

    celestedoodles:

    more lupita in her gg dress styled like a fiery version of the frozen dress and somewhere along the line she turned into a fire empress 

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  8. 
Next week’s cover, “Madiba,” was drawn by the artist Kadir Nelson. “I’ve recently made a children’s book about Nelson Mandela, but for a New Yorker cover, I settled on a younger image of him during the time that he was on trial with over a hundred of his comrades,” says Nelson about “Madiba,” his oil painting of Nelson Mandela, who died today, at the age of ninety-five.

[Cover Story: Nelson Mandela, Hero : The New Yorker]

    Next week’s cover, “Madiba,” was drawn by the artist Kadir Nelson. “I’ve recently made a children’s book about Nelson Mandela, but for a New Yorker cover, I settled on a younger image of him during the time that he was on trial with over a hundred of his comrades,” says Nelson about “Madiba,” his oil painting of Nelson Mandela, who died today, at the age of ninety-five.

    [Cover Story: Nelson Mandela, Hero : The New Yorker]

  9. imwithkanye:

Busy Philipps photographed by Roman Cho for The Thrilling Adventure Hour. (Check out more portraits of the actors who participated in the stage production.)

    imwithkanye:

    Busy Philipps photographed by Roman Cho for The Thrilling Adventure Hour. (Check out more portraits of the actors who participated in the stage production.)

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  10. legrandcirque:

Pach Brothers, Marian Hubbard “Daisy” Bell and Elsie May Bell, three-quarter length portrait, at age 16 and 18, seated, facing right, ca. 1896.
Source: Alexander Graham Bell Collection, Library of Congress

    legrandcirque:

    Pach Brothers, Marian Hubbard “Daisy” Bell and Elsie May Bell, three-quarter length portrait, at age 16 and 18, seated, facing right, ca. 1896.

    Source: Alexander Graham Bell Collection, Library of Congress

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