Miley Cyrus

Ernest Hemingway’s Hottest Takes on Today’s News

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Happy birthday, Papa Hemingway! Many outlets are celebrating the famously concise and manly writer with tributes to his bon mots, but we thought we’d do something a little more appropriate for the 24/7 online news cycle — so we asked the beloved author to weigh in on a few of the most thinkpiece-worthy headlines of the moment. He obliged, being conveniently long dead, and therefore in the public domain.
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Grasping the Hand of Adonis: Miley Cyrus’ Guide to Sexuality

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In a new Paper Magazine cover story, Miley Cyrus reinvents herself once more, this time as pop’s biggest proponent of sexual fluidity since Madonna. While Cyrus has used her post-Hannah Montana second act to shock via sexuality, her latest declarations — coupled with her LGBT-activism — position her as more of an ally and advocate, not only for gay rights, but for gender fluidity and sexual experimentation.
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Big Boo Does Bowie: Links You Need to See

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As we gear up for Orange Is the New Black‘s third, alleged “sexiest season yet” (according to new cast member Ruby Rose), material anticipating the upcoming mass-binge has been in abundance. First, Lea Delaria, who plays Big Boo (and also played New York’s real-life subway hero back in November) has an album coming out, and she’s shared the arrestingly stylish cover. Said cover happens to contain an album that’s a jazz reworking of David Bowie songs, and it’s called House of David: delaria + bowie = jazz. Meanwhile, Matt McGorry, one of the stars of the thus-far most lackluster continued plot lines on the show (who also plays Asher in How to Get Away With Murder), is doing something a little more fetching on Twitter: he’s devoted a great deal of his account recently to learning about and posting about feminism. Jezebel interviewed him on “the task of publicly exploring what it means to be an intersectional feminist.”
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