...I mean 1 of 1.
Women? What women...?
In a bizarre conversation at a producers’ conference, the 79-year-old actor made repeated references to length of his producing partner Lori McCreary’s skirt.
And we know there’s a plethora of them...
She did an interview with Complex Magazine for their June/July issue and this is what she had to say:
The placement of WOC in the back is giving me Rosa Park teas.
There was a video of Zayn at what looks like a karaoke bar rapping to a song with his friends. The song had the n word in it and in the video it looks like he said it out loud. Here is the video:
Despite all the nasty shit she’s said to a whole list of people, there are still people who insist on defending her (fans of her music or otherwise). I’ve read a few articles in defense of her because she is a member of an oppressed group of people (dark skinned black women), and that it’s not fair that she’s been…
This is what she had to say. It’s pretty long but it’s worth the read:
During a mayoral debate in Stockton, California, the current mayor of Stockton Anthony Silva jokingly said he was black in response to candidate Councilman Michael Tubbs who said he was surprised that the diverse city has never had a black mayor. Silva explains why he referred to himself as black:
Naomi Campbell, one of the most popular and legendary models to exist who is known for speaking out against the industry’s favoritism towards white models, is now dissing the term “racism”. This is what she had to say in her interview with British talk show host Alan Carr:
M.I.A. did an interview with ES Magazine where she had this to say about the lack of concern for Muslims:
A quote from an interview she did with The Fader magazine:
A writer at Buzzfeed did an interview with her and producer Barnaby Thompson, who Mort is suing for re-editing the film. They’re also at odds with each other about the decision to pick Zoe Saldana. This is what Mort had to say about it:
Sis, what are you doing? Right now she’s on Twitter having a conversation with folks about men’s attraction to young girls. This conversation started when she brought up a news story (she didn’t link to the article) about a high school ruling that young girls need to wear longer skirts so they don’t distract men.
And if you want to check out the pictures from the magazine, go to her website:
Today on April 1st marks the day that Stacey Dash has decided to not be white anymore. She’s going back to black. She writes on her blog:
Laurence Rossignol is France’s Minister for Women’s Rights.