digg:

Ok so who doesn’t have a crush on Kerry Washington?

digg:

Ok so who doesn’t have a crush on Kerry Washington?

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beliskner:

#Scandal Joke at the Golden Globes

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womensweardaily:

Naeem Khan Pre-Fall 2014
Photo by John Aquino
With awards season on his mind, Naeem Khan focused on red-carpet glamour for pre-fall.  For More

womensweardaily:

Naeem Khan Pre-Fall 2014

Photo by John Aquino

With awards season on his mind, Naeem Khan focused on red-carpet glamour for pre-fall.  For More


itgetsbetterproject:

What an awesome day in history! To learn more about our#LGBT history download Quist app today.

itgetsbetterproject:

What an awesome day in history! To learn more about our#LGBT history download Quist app today.

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life:

Fifty years after LBJ declared a War on Poverty, LIFE looks at the plight of Appalachians in eastern Kentucky in 1964 - a region where the battle felt lost before it even begun. (Photo: John Dominis—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

life:

Fifty years after LBJ declared a War on Poverty, LIFE looks at the plight of Appalachians in eastern Kentucky in 1964 - a region where the battle felt lost before it even begun.

(Photo: John Dominis—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

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smithsonian:

Today in 1935: Elvis Aaron Presley is born. 
Elvis at a Chattanooga, TN, train station lunch counter, where he was taking a break on the long train ride from New York to Memphis in July 1956. (Credit: Photo © Alfred Wertheimer. All rights reserved.) 
This image and others can be seen in the traveling exhibition, Elvis at 21. 

smithsonian:

Today in 1935: Elvis Aaron Presley is born.

Elvis at a Chattanooga, TN, train station lunch counter, where he was taking a break on the long train ride from New York to Memphis in July 1956. (Credit: Photo © Alfred Wertheimer. All rights reserved.) 

This image and others can be seen in the traveling exhibition, Elvis at 21

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I love women who are bosses and who don’t constantly worry about what their employees think of them. I love women who don’t ask, “Is that OK?” after everything they say. I love when women are courageous in the face of unthinkable circumstances, like my mother when she was diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic cancer. Or like Gabrielle Giffords writing editorials for the New York Times about the cowardice of Congress regarding gun laws and using phrases like “mark my words” like she is Clint Eastwood. How many women say stuff like that? I love mothers who teach their children that listening is often better than talking. I love obedient daughters who absorb everything—being perceptive can be more important than being expressive. I love women who love sex and realize that sexual experience doesn’t have to be the source of their art. I love women who love sex and can write about it in thoughtful, creative ways that don’t exploit them, as many other people will use sex to exploit them. I love women who know how to wear menswear.