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Connie Fisher on Make-Up: Speaking to Dr Yan Wu who researched the relationship between the media and the beauty industry.
Dan Radcliffe addresses ‘Fantastic Beasts’ Johnny Depp controversy: ‘Harry Potter’ kicked someone out for weed
Harry Potter star Dan Radcliffe has issued some criticisms against Warner Brothers and the film’s production team for continuing to employ Johnny Depp despite the allegations made against the Grindelwald actor.
“I suppose the thing I was struck by was, we did have a guy who was reprimanded for weed on the [original Potter] film, essentially, so obviously what Johnny has been accused of is much greater than that.”
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Barry, if the jury knew you were The Flash, there is no way that they would convict you.
Indian Poet Aranya Johar is challenging society’s beauty norms — and going viral because of it
Friendly reminder that Black Lightning features a canonical romance between two (amazing) ladies: Anissa Pierce & Grace Choi. Hope to see y'all checking it out and making noise for it on SM!
It premieres on January 16th at 9/8c on the CW, so let’s try to all tweet/tumble/instagram about it. Give it ratings and a social media presence. Literally all you have to do is keep your TV or livestream on after The Flash ends and switch hashtags over to #BlackLightning.
Now onto more important matters: what will their ship name be? I’m partial to ThunderGrace, as Anissa’s superhero name is Thunder and I think it’s graceful (lol). But Granissa could also be a cute combo of their first names. Thoughts?
The Queen of Garfield High vs The Queen of the Isle
[image: two gifs comparing Jennifer Pierce to Uma, both roles portrayed by China Anne McClain. in both gifs she’s laughing.]
Steven Yeun discussing his Korean American identity and why Asian actors don’t receive complimentary makeup/lighting in Hollywood
“I live in a very strange place. I feel like I live on an island by myself.”
January 20 2017 - Alt-right leader/fascist Richard Spencer gets punched in the face at Trump’s inauguration in Washington DC. [video]
Kelly Marie Tran as Rose Tico in The Last Jedi (2017)
🌹❤️💫HAPPY 29th BIRTHDAY to KELLY MARIE TRAN aka my favorite Star Wars, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, all-things-books, feminist, fangirly nerd. 💫❤️🌹
You’re out there living your best life and I’m so happy for you. 😘💃🏻🔥
Black Lightning | Nafessa Williams “Anissa Pierce” Interview
[image: nafessa williams gives an interview.
1. “We are the first-”
2. (the pierce family jogging) “Black superhero family to be on Network TV.”
3. “So it’s a part of history.”
4. “How historic is that?”
5. “So I’m honored to be a part of the show.”
Actress Nafessa Williams attends the 2018 InStyle and Warner Bros. 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards Post-Party at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 7, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California.
1000 Picspams Challenge | #769
Disney Aesthetics | Moana
Keep Transgender Kids Safe (more here)
That soft look Raven gets when Bellamy is obvious about his feelings
Bonus: Alie!Raven because I love the contrast
#ALIE’s look is literally EXPLOIT!!!! (via @kinselllas)
Read the entire archive of OutWeek Magazine at the OutWeek Internet Archive!
The site contains all 105 issues of OutWeek, published from June 1989 to July 1991 in PDF format.
More about OutWeek:
OutWeek Magazine was the seminal lesbian and gay publication during the peak era of AIDS activism in the late 80s and early 90s.
Founded by Gabriel Rotello and Kendall Morrison, it employed a staff of about 30 people in Manhattan during its tumultuous two-year existence.
OutWeek redefined the role of the activist gay press, not only by reporting the news but also by frequently making news itself. Its aggressive coverage, incisive commentary and in-depth investigative articles on gay rights, politics, AIDS, the arts and popular culture made it a must-read publication far beyond the usual scope of gay magazines.
Several of the most contentious controversies of that era were sparked by OutWeek. The magazine pioneered the use of the word ‘queer,’ which was highly controversial at the time. It was closely associated with the AIDS activist group ACT UP, and several of its staffers and contributors helped to co-found the group Queer Nation.
Many of OutWeek’s editors were committed to sharply challenging the then-pervasive culture of the closet, and a sideline of that commitment - the advocacy of ‘outing’ prominent gay and lesbian celebrities – began in Michelangelo Signorile’s “Gossip Watch” column and was one of many things that made OutWeek a household name and a lightning rod.
OutWeek was committed to an inclusive vision of queer life, and was the first major national publication to bill itself as a ‘lesbian and gay’ magazine.