With blizzards plaguing elements of the USA, Kylie Jenner has determined to take advantage of the delicate climate in Los Angeles.

On Monday (January 26) the “Preserving Up with the Kardashians” cutie took to her Instagram account to let her followers know she’s dwelling it up on the nice and cozy and welcoming west coast.

Kylie placed on a lilac-coloured sports activities bra and rose-print boxer briefs and took a cleavage-enhancing selfie, making east coasters fairly jealous. She added the caption, “can I put on a sports activities bra & boxers all day ugh.” Have to be good!

He all the time brings his A-recreation and when Neil Patrick Harris steps out onstage to host the 87th Annual Academy Awards, he’ll have some critical star energy backing him up.

In line with Us Weekly, the “How I Met Your Mom” hunk is getting an unique track from the husband-spouse duo chargeable for the “Frozen” soundtrack.

Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez will write a “musical medley” referred to as “Shifting Footage” and Neil will sing it stay on the Oscars. He tweeted, "What they're doing, I'm not a liberty to say, however I can inform you that it will not be a track referred to as 'Let It O' with an enormous big Swarovski crystal O within the background. They will be doing one thing, perhaps writing through the present. Who is aware of?"

I’m an underwater photographer born in Venezuela and images is my biggest ardour.

I've had the prospect to dive in fantastic and totally different locations, resembling Galapagos, Bahamas, Yucatan Peninsula, Coiba, Bonaire, the Canary Islands and most just lately – Indonesia.  Within the latter I visited the superb underwater world.

For me, Lembeh Strait (Indonesia) is the most effective place for underwater macro images in the entire world. The range of tiny species from nudibranchs and frog fishes to probably the most venomous octopus on the planet simply makes each diving spot there magical.

Whereas “muck diving” in Indonesia, I noticed many bizarre creatures utilizing camouflage as their weapon to outlive.

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I'm a Canadian photographer Taylor Moore. I've captured the magic and thriller of the legendary ‘Quinta da Regaleira’ situated within the UNESCO village of Sintra, Portugal.

‘Regaleira’ constructed by (the proprietor) Antonio Augusto Carvalho Monteiro at the side of the famend Italian opera set designer and architect Luigi Manini. These two noblemen conspired to create a spot of divine magic and thriller embodying a mixture of types together with Roman, Gothic, Renaissance and Manueline.

I feel that with underground caves, lakes, towers, and countless gardens the place is unimaginable to photograph day or night time.

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Final yr I attended my first Burning Man pageant and had probably the most insane time of my life. I've by no means been surrounded by a lot creativity and enthusiasm, and as a photographer/videographer I used to be extremely impressed to seize the pageant from my very own distinctive perspective.

The entire week felt like a very trippy, lucid dream, and thru using experimentation and photograph-modifying, I tried to precise my ideas and emotions into every photograph.

Burning Man really is a one-of-a-sort pageant and I actually hope to return this yr.

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Almost 50 years in the past, there was a landmark case that determined the fitting of interracial couples to get married for your complete nation. Will one thing comparable occur with homosexual marriage this yr?



Mildred Jeter and Richard Loving have been an interracial couple in Virginia, very a lot in love. They wished to marry, however this was earlier than that was truly authorized of their residence state. So in 1958, they took a visit to Washington, D.C., to get married. However once they returned to Virginia, they have been promptly roused away from bed in the midst of the night time after which arrested and sentenced to a yr in jail. For getting married.


They made a cope with the decide to maneuver to D.C. in change for his or her freedom, and whereas there, they ultimately launched the authorized case that might convey this type of discrimination to an finish. Many occasions alongside the best way, the Lovings made it clear they weren't activists and actually did not need all the eye. They only needed to boost a household as a married couple and reside a cheerful life.

The landmark case of Loving v. Virginia modified every part, and the truth that their final identify was "Loving" made it all of the extra fabulous.

By getting married, they instantly challenged Virginia's "Racial Integrity Act of 1924," which prohibited marriage between individuals categorized as "white" and other people categorized as "coloured." That regulation remained intact for many years as a result of the Supreme Courtroom beforehand upheld (in Tempo v. Alabama) a regulation prohibiting interracial marriage in 1883. Loving v. Virginia reversed each of these and cleared the best way for marriage equality for individuals of various races in each state.

You see, the Supreme Courtroom just about tries to remain out of what states do and do not do with their legal guidelines, however it will get concerned when the difficulty pertains to the Structure. When a number of state or federal appeals courts are in disagreement (like with interracial marriage pre-Loving — or similar-intercourse marriage at the moment) and the matter has a bearing on the Structure, the Supremes can take the case(s) with a purpose to present a concrete reply. As soon as determined, it just about stays that approach until there's one other interval of challenges and appeals to a given regulation as our tradition shifts over time.

(No, not THOSE Supremes...)

What does that imply for contemporary-day marriage equality? There's a ruling and attraction from the sixth Circuit Courtroom of Appeals about similar-intercourse marriage in Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, and Tennessee, and it is being heard by the Supreme Courtroom. It is extraordinarily probably that this can find yourself making homosexual marriage authorized in each state within the nation. All indicators level that approach, even regardless of the conservative leaning of the present Supreme Courtroom, as a result of the courtroom has already rejected petitions to listen to appeals from decrease courts in a number of states that struck down bans on similar-intercourse marriage. In different phrases, the courtroom had possibilities to take instances and determine whether or not states might keep bans on homosexual marriage however refused to listen to them. Meaning these states mechanically had marriage equality.

There could possibly be a choice as quickly as June, so ... keep tuned! And prepare for the huge get together that may (hopefully) occur in 2015.


Deliver your rainbow colours and prepare to dance!


Lastly, Mildred Loving herself gave a brief speak at an occasion marking the fortieth anniversary of their victory, in 2007. Listed here are her highly effective phrases:

Loving for All, by Mildred Loving

When my late husband, Richard, and I received married in Washington, DC in 1958, it wasn't to make a political assertion or begin a battle. We have been in love, and we needed to be married.

We did not get married in Washington as a result of we needed to marry there. We did it there as a result of the federal government would not permit us to marry again house in Virginia the place we grew up, the place we met, the place we fell in love, and the place we needed to be collectively and construct our household. You see, I'm a lady of shade and Richard was white, and at the moment individuals believed it was okay to maintain us from marrying due to their concepts of who ought to marry whom.

When Richard and I got here again to our house in Virginia, fortunately married, we had no intention of battling over the regulation. We made a dedication to one another in our love and lives, and now had the authorized dedication, referred to as marriage, to match. Is not that what marriage is?

Not lengthy after our wedding ceremony, we have been woke up in the midst of the night time in our personal bed room by deputy sheriffs and truly arrested for the "crime" of marrying the incorrect type of individual. Our marriage certificates was hanging on the wall above the mattress.

The state prosecuted Richard and me, and after we have been discovered responsible, the decide declared: "Almighty God created the races white, black, yellow, malay and purple, and he positioned them on separate continents. And however for the interference together with his association there can be no trigger for such marriages. The truth that he separated the races exhibits that he didn't intend for the races to combine." He sentenced us to a yr in jail, however provided to droop the sentence if we left our residence in Virginia for 25 years exile.

We left, and obtained a lawyer. Richard and I needed to battle, however nonetheless weren't preventing for a trigger. We have been preventing for our love.

Although it turned out we needed to battle, fortunately Richard and I did not should battle alone. Because of teams just like the ACLU and the NAACP Authorized Protection & Schooling Fund, and so many good individuals across the nation prepared to talk up, we took our case for the liberty to marry all the best way to the U.S. Supreme Courtroom. And on June 12, 1967, the Supreme Courtroom dominated unanimously that, "The liberty to marry has lengthy been acknowledged as one of many very important private rights important to the orderly pursuit of happiness by free males," a "primary civil proper."

My era was bitterly divided over one thing that ought to have been so clear and proper. The bulk believed that what the decide stated, that it was God's plan to maintain individuals aside, and that authorities ought to discriminate towards individuals in love. However I've lived lengthy sufficient now to see huge modifications. The older era's fears and prejudices have given method, and at the moment's younger individuals understand that if somebody loves somebody they've a proper to marry.

Surrounded as I'm now by fantastic youngsters and grandchildren, not a day goes by that I do not consider Richard and our love, our proper to marry, and the way a lot it meant to me to have that freedom to marry the individual valuable to me, even when others thought he was the "improper type of individual" for me to marry. I consider all People, regardless of their race, regardless of their intercourse, regardless of their sexual orientation, ought to have that very same freedom to marry. Authorities has no enterprise imposing some individuals's spiritual beliefs over others. Particularly if it denies individuals's civil rights.

I'm nonetheless not a political individual, however I'm proud that Richard's and my identify is on a courtroom case that may assist reinforce the love, the dedication, the equity, and the household that so many individuals, black or white, younger or previous, homosexual or straight search in life. I help the liberty to marry for all. That is what Loving, and loving, are all about.


Some stuff about this was in a Huffington Post article, however different info is on the Wikipedia entry for Loving v. Virginia, the place the thumbnail image was discovered. So as of look, the sources for the animated GIFs are: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. There is a full movie about their story over on HBO, as nicely. This is a short clip from that movie. The remarks from Mildred Loving could be discovered on FreedomToMarry.org.

Even if Jennifer Lopez's newest film “The Boy Subsequent Door” has acquired lukewarm critiques from critics, Britney Spears is a large fan of the erotic flick.

On Friday (January 23) the “Child One Extra Time” hottie handled herself to a film outing and afterwards she gave a gleaming endorsement of J. Lo’s appearing chops.

Spears tweeted, "It is easy for us mothers to really feel uninteresting and invisible at occasions however this put some pep in my step. Thanks, Jennifer, for being you… Simply noticed the brand new film 'Boy Subsequent Door.' @JLo is so superbly robust and galvanizing…"

Congrats to Tess! And it is about rattling time the style business awakened.


Tess Munster has been modeling for years. However it's her work on #EffYourBeautyStandards that basically acquired her observed. She obtained sick of individuals telling her she wasn't lovely sufficient to put on bikinis or lingerie, so she took a bunch of images of herself sporting precisely that. They. Went. Viral.

Then:


This can be a BIG DEAL (pun meant) as a result of MiLK Management is no slouch within the trend world. By signing Tess Munster, they made her the very first measurement-22 skilled mannequin.

However that is nothing in comparison with the impact it is having on actual individuals throughout.

Listed here are three the reason why Tess Munster's contract is an enormous deal:

It is giving individuals the braveness to take dangers they'd by no means taken earlier than.



It is reminding those that it is simply nice to like your self the best way you're.




Individuals are standing up for everyone's proper to really feel lovely.




Be a part of the dialog on Twitter with the hashtag #EffYourBeautyStandards. And Just like the hell out of her page on Facebook.

Hey. Yeah, you. You are lovely too.


Unique tweets used with permission. Thumbnail picture by way of Tess Munster's one hundred% gorj Instagram.

2014 was a reasonably necessary yr in my TV-viewing historical past as a result of there have been extra numerous representations than ever earlier than. And a take a look at the 2015 Display Actors Guild Award winners displays simply how colourful and delightful our tv panorama has turn into.


Excellent Efficiency by an Ensemble in a Comedy Collection:
"Orange Is the New Black"

Now, I understand I am partially biased as a result of I really like "Orange Is the New Black," however there's simply no option to deny how extremely numerous and lovely this forged is. Simply take one take a look at that epic digital camera pan. Rattling! Not solely is the forged made up virtually completely of girls, there are all totally different TYPES of girls represented in quite a lot of shapes, sizes, sexual orientations, and ethnic backgrounds. And in one other historic second, forged member Laverne Cox turned the primary trans lady to win a Display Actors Guild award.

Excellent Efficiency by a Feminine Actor in a Comedy Collection: Uzo Aduba, "Orange Is the New Black"

"I simply actually, actually, actually, really need to say that the day I acquired this job was the day I had stopped appearing, and to be in a room with all you superb human beings, superb skills for what I respect and love a lot is actually, really the best honor. Thanks so very a lot. God bless you all." — Uzo Aduba

Nigerian-American Uzo Aduba has by no means been shy about her struggles to simply accept herself, starting from her name all the best way down to her teeth. So her win is not simply monumental as a result of she's a lady of shade, nevertheless it's additionally a win for breaking unconventional magnificence requirements too.

Excellent Efficiency by a Feminine Actor in a Drama Collection: Viola Davis, "The best way to Get Away with Homicide"

This win is an enormous deal for quite a few causes. First off, Viola Davis is now the third lady of colour in SAG historical past to win the award for Excellent Efficiency by a Feminine Actor in a Drama Collection. To prime it off, "How one can Get Away with Homicide" is produced by probably the most profitable black feminine showrunner in TV historical past, Shonda Rhimes. It is also fairly cool (and fairly telling) that the opposite two ladies of colour to win the award, Sandra Oh and Chandra Wilson, have been additionally on series produced by Shonda.

Lastly, Viola's speech was extremely shifting not solely as a result of it referred to as out the necessity for illustration, however as a result of she additionally made a dig in reference to the New York Times' fumble of describing her as "less classically beautiful." In an business the place darkish-pores and skin, African-American options are seemed down on and ageism runs rampant, seeing Viola up on that stage was nothing in need of monumental. Take a look at the complete speech under.


This submit options GIFs from the SAG awards acceptance speeches of "Orange Is the New Black," Uzo Aduba, and Viola Davis. Viola Davis GIFs via BuzzFeed.

All of us love the annual Victoria’s Secret Style Present each December, and now the lingerie big is gearing up for yet one more televised occasion.

On Tuesday (January 27), the VS Twitter account introduced, “#SomethingBigIsComing: The primary-ever #VSSwimSpecial airs Feb 26, 10/9c on @CBS!” adopted by, “We CANNOT wait to share our #VSSwimSpecial with u…who's excited to see @maroon5 & @juanes?”

The Victoria’s Secret Swim Particular will function pretty women like Candice Swanepoel, Lily Alridge, Martha Hunt and Behati Prinsloo, who additionally occurs to be married to Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine.