“if you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.”—mlk || civil rights leader reverend dr. martin luther king, jr. and his wife coretta scott king pose for a photo across the street from the alabama judicial building in may 1956 in montgomery, alabama. photo by michael ochs archives/getty images
"is your suit comfortable? because this dress was really hard to get into." there's no doubt 7-year-old #brooklynnprince was the star of the 2018 #criticschoiceawards. from her red carpet convo with jacob tremblay and her moment with angelina jolie to the acceptance speech that left me literally sobbing, click the link in bio to see why everyone is obsessed with this girl ❤❤❤
“i recently bought fire-twirling poles, because i really want to get good at it. when i was backpacking in the philippines, there were heaps of fire twirlers on the beach, and it was so cool. i was like, wow, i really want to do that!”–@margotrobbie for elle's february 2018 issue 🔥 || photo by @alexilubomirski, styled by @samiranasr. tap for fashion credits.
We are angry. in the wake of #metoo, so many women are looking back at their past work experiences in a different light: seeing things they knew weren’t ok—that constituted harassment—but never felt safe enough to report. one of our favorite podcasts, @deathsexmoney , invited their listeners to submit 30-second audio with their feelings about the harassment and bullying they experienced at work. we teamed up with them to show you what workplace rage looks like. have your own stories? share below and on twitter and tag #letsrage. .
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The divine @margotrobbie is elle's february 2018 cover star ❤ “i still love acting. but i’ve spent the last 10 years on a film set, and i realized that if i am pouring my heart and soul into a film, i want to be one of those voices in the conversation making decisions.” link in bio for more photos and a sneak peek at the interview with her i, tonya co-star, allison janney, where she discusses her future as a director, the highlight of her career, and what it was like playing tonya harding. || photo by @alexilubomirski, styled by @samiranasr. tap for fashion credits.