“It’s no secret we have been “in the bag” for HRC for quite a few time”, Lenny’s “Letter No. 1” explains.
Donna Karan’s famous “cold-shoulder” dress was a favourite of Hillary Clinton, as she revealed in a recent interview with Lena Dunham. The interview is far from short, so we went ahead and plucked out five of the most interesting things we learned about the former First Lady from the candid discussion.
Pro tip: “Some women do have their periods while exclusively breast-feeding, so be careful about birth control unless you want to have two kids reaaaallly close in age”. “And that’s what I did”.
Indeed, such an admission isn’t one that Clinton gets to make often. Clinton argued that she has a “good idea about what we need to do and what we can get done” to prevent future financial malfeasance, arguing that she her record on Wall Street reform takes a back seat to no other candidate.
“At every step along the way, I never could have predicted what I would have ended up doing”, Clinton said.
Within the caption of the picture, Lena Dunham opened up to her fans and followers about the rough week that she was having at the time followed by an inspirational message. Do you think I could get that… on YouTube? “For me, personally, it was safer to stop”. “You know, like everything I do, it turned out to be controversial”. Nobody in America’s gonna eat them.’ I said, ‘Well, I don’t think that’s right. That’s what it means.
“Do you consider yourself a feminist?” What is holding you back?
“It felt like my body, my hormones, my general sense of well-being were betraying me”. He said, “What do you care?”
A study has found that dabbing the grease off pizza can eliminate more than 40 calories a slice, saving people about 2 pounds off their waistline a year! “I’d put my wife on there [the $10 bill…] And then that way, she could spend her own money with her face”.
“I wore it for one of our first big events at the White House in 1993”. Even Clinton seemed embarassed, admitting that she’s “hardly a fashion icon”. Taking your husband’s name after marriage, as Clinton eventually (and controversially) did while her husband was running for governor of Arkansas, was seen as a marker of identity loss – and to a degree, it still is today. She paused. “Well, I’d have to really work out a lot, and, yeah…” No one will take you seriously while you’re f*ckable, and don’t think for a second you should be seen in public a single day after your f*ckability runs out!
“How do you convince [young women] that their voice, their vote, can actually make a difference?” “We value your shoulder stuff”.