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Serena Williams Fans Blast People Magazine For Excessive Photoshopping

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‘She’s too gorgeous for them to be distorting her like this’ — Fan/IG Follower Serena Williams was recently named one of People Magazine’s “Most Beautiful” women in the world but it seems as though the publication felt she would be more beautiful with a little...

Lisa Nicole Carson Opens About Bipolar Disorder

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‘When You Lose Your Mind, It’s as Traumatic as It Sounds‘ — Lisa Nicole Carson Lisa Nicole Carson will always be one of our faves. From her carefree attitude, natural hair and being an example of what a lot of black women look like, while...

Are White ‘Plus Size’ Models the Only Acceptable Ones?

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Tess Holliday was recently ‘crowned’ the first plus-sized supermodel, and at a size 22, she’s definitely making waves in the fashion industry. People magazine featured Holliday on the cover of their magazine and the cover story was about plus-sized models in the industry. But there...

People Magazine Deletes Offensive Tweets About Viola Davis And Scandal

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People Magazine, along with millions of viewers nationwide, live tweeted through the season premiere of Scandal Thursday night and stuck around to catch the series premiere of Shonda Rhimes’ newest primetime show, How To Get Away With Murder starring Oscar nominee Viola Davis. A Jezebel...

Is People Magazine Racist? Former Editor Sues Over Discrimination

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People Magazine’s only black Senior Editor is blowing the lid off the alleged discriminatory practices at the publication, according to NY Daily News. Tatsha Robertson, who was laid off this May, claims People is biased against African-Americans and she was personally discriminated against by her...

Viola Davis: ‘I Was One of Those Kids Who Grew Up Hungry’

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At 48, Viola Davis is finally more comfortable discussing her childhood. Growing up in a condemned building in Central Falls, R.I., that was “boarded up and infested with rats,” she talks about not having anything to eat. “I was one of those kids who grew...