You can catch Kristen in her latest, Charlie’s Angels reboot, which is set to open on November 15th. But how is she with spicy food? Stewart takes on the wings of death and discusses everything from her style to her love for Charlie’s Angels co-stars Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska.
Everyone comes out in their own due time, for some it’s a harder and more of drawn-out process than others! Heard from some of our great elder gays on what it was like to come out back in their day above!
The doll can be a boy, a girl, neither or both, and Mattel, which calls this the world’s first gender-neutral doll, is hoping its launch on Sept. 25 redefines who gets to play with a toy traditionally deemed taboo for half the world’s kids. Carefully manicured features betray no obvious gender: the lips are not too full, the eyelashes not too long and fluttery, the jaw not too wide. There are no Barbie-like breasts or broad, Ken-like shoulders. Each doll in the Creatable World series looks like a slender 7-year-old with short hair, but each comes with a wig of long, lustrous locks and a wardrobe befitting any fashion-conscious kid: hoodies, sneakers, graphic T-shirts in soothing greens and yellows, along with tutus and camo pants.
WERK! Finally – we love it! Check out Mattel’s gender-neutral doll above!
Some people fight hate with logic. Others use humor. But how many individuals do you know of that fight for equal rights by combining humor with their furniture building skills? One father built a ‘Bi-Chair’ for his bisexual daughter because she found the stereotype that people like her can’t sit ‘normally’ to be hilarious. The chair was designed by artist Má Matiazi and built by Israel Walker, according to whom it is meant “for people who can’t sit straight.” The satirical project went viral, as the internet thought it was incredibly creative.
Check out Isreal’s design for his daughter after the jump!