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Lo and behold, there’s finally evidence of the deplorable actions of Bill Cosby. Recently released court documents from 2005 contain the former TV star admitting to acquiring prescription drugs to give to women he wanted to have sex with. Shocking? Not really, due to the many women who have come forward with allegations of sexual assault and rape against Cosby. The documents come from a lawsuit made by Andrea Constand against Cosby. “When you got the Quaaludes,” Constand’s attorney asks him, “was it in your mind...
Yesterday was the amazing Frida Kahlo’s birthday. She painted beautiful portraits, crafted unique clothing, and even made her own paint! Besides Kahlo’s passionate love letters, The Diary of Frida Kahlo: An Intimate Self-Portrait also included her own personal recipe for a damar gum-based paint.  Luckily, for only-English-speaking Kahlo fans out there, Maria Popova of Brain Pickings posted a translated version of the recipe: Distemper together 4 equal parts of egg yolks raw linseed oil                                 egg yolk = raw linseed oil...
Change is in the air, and Cara Delevingne is pleased as punch. The bisexual model told Daily Mail Australia, “I think everyone has a right to be whoever they want to be, so I’m just very happy,” with the news of Caitlyn Jenner’s coming out as transgender. When Ireland and the United States legalized same-sex marriage, she said, “I think it’s wonderful that you know, it’s being accepted more and more.” She hopes that Australia is next in this positive movement, telling Tony Abbott to “listen to...
Guess who landed an internship with HBO’s Girls? The president’s accomplished first daughter, 17-year-old Malia Obama.  An aspiring filmmaker, Malia has been working on set in Williamsburg with show creator Lena Dunham and actresses including Jemima Kirke. The internship, however, is hardly Malia’s first foray into entertainment. Last summer, she was a production assistant on Halle Berry’s CBS show Extant, where she delivered coffees to thirsty co-workers and blocked miscellaneous peasants from entering scenes during shoots – all with a Secret Service bodyguard in tow.  Malia might...
Add a base primer of “Bye-bye DOMA,” foundation in “Obergefell v. Hodges,” and eye shadow from the “YAS” palette for the ultimate marriage equality look. Sound confusing? Have a look for yourself:   YouTube comedian, Megan MacKay hilariously celebrates the SCOTUS same-sex marriage ruling by giving the issue a makeup tutorial. Her makeup metaphors cover everything from the states that banned same-sex marriage like Georgia to practicing inclusion in “short, quick little lines to get it done…if you keep practicing with inclusion every single day, eventually it’ll be...