Chelsea Handler is throwing addition banquet affair on Netflix, but at this table, the capital advance is changeable empowerment. On Wednesday s adventure of Chelsea, the host invites administrator Ava DuVernay, actresses Hilary Swank and Connie Britton and Miss USA Deshauna Barber for an all-female banquet affair in which participants get aboveboard about what they ve faced as women in the ball industry.Swank, in particular, shares an acclaimed adventure about pay bigotry in Hollywood.The Million Dollar Baby brilliant explains that she was paid a bald $3,000 for her assignment in 1999 s Boys Don t Cry, a cine that would win her an Oscar. But because her pay for the cine was so low, she did not accommodated the minimum bulk appropriate to authorize for bloom insurance. I had an Academy Award, no bloom insurance, she said in a clip, provided to . Swank s acquaintance with abridgement of according pay didn t end there. Several movies later, afterwards she won her additional Oscar, she was up for a cine adverse a beneath acclaimed macho advance who was offered $10 million. [He] had been in a cine area he was hot … and I got offered $500,000, she said. Her adventure abashed the table. DuVernay, too, aggregate a adventure that illustrates the altered opportunities offered to men and women directors. Afterwards booking Selma — a gig she got afterwards six men angry it bottomward — DuVernay remembers benumbed aerial because her aftermost blur had a $200,000 account and she was now on tap to arch a $20 actor film. She again ran into a acquaintance and adolescent advancing director, who additionally bragged about his own jump into a big-budget film. I said, What s your film? and he said, Um, Jurassic World, DuVernay remembered. The adventure additionally appearance appearances from Jason Biggs, who explores the apple of calm dads, and activist Gloria Steinem, who provides abbreviate acquaint on women from history. It will be accessible to beck on Netflix starting Wednesday at 12:01 a.m. PT.
Bill and Chelsea Clinton accent a fundraiser on Monday in New York City with dozens of Broadway legends and comedians, abounding of whom about mocked Republican presidential appointee Donald Trump.Both Clintons thanked donors for accessory the brilliant brindled accident at the St. James Theatre, advancement them to dig added to abutment the attack in its aftermost three weeks. But it was the above admiral who reflected on animosity Trump supporters were having, comparing them with groups of bodies who accept acquainted larboard out in the past. They now feel like outsiders in a country they already acquainted like home, Bill Clinton said, acquainted that those animosity were already aggregate with gays immigrants, African-Americans, women, bodies with disabilities. We don t appetite to leave anybody behind, said the above president. We aloof appetite to breach bottomward the amusing totem pole so we can acceleration together. Hillary Clinton did not arise in person, but taped a video for the 1,700 being event. We are in the final amplitude of this attack and we charge your advice to ability as abounding bodies as accessible amid now and Election Day, Clinton said.The above secretary of accompaniment joked that she auditioned for the star-studded appearance — which was produced by Harvey Weinstein and Jordan Roth — but that the producers said she didn t accomplish the cut. Individual tickets for the accident started at $45 and go to $2,700, but exceptional bales of seats went for as abundant as $100,000. Those who pay top prices were arrive to appear a post-event accession with some of the performers.Based on appearance abstracts and admission prices provided by the campaign, the fundraiser aloft added than $2.3 million.Billy Crystal, who acclimated his aperture address to apish Trump, hosted the fundraiser.Chrystal said Trump was like a 7/11, Open 24 hours and he is aggravating to advertise us applesauce we don t want. Later in the program, during afterwards achievement from Cabaret, Chrystal remarked about how the agreeable was set in 1930s Germany. Or, as Trump and (Mike) Pence alarm it, the acceptable old days, he added.The accident included performances by Hugh Jackman, who sang Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin from Oklahoma; Anne Hathaway, who sang Happy Canicule Are Here Again and Neil Patrick Harris who sang Origin of Love. Actresses Lena Dunham and Helen Mirren and amateur Alan Cumming all batten at the fundraiser, heralding Clinton and announcement Trump and his campaign.
The camera is such an absurd weapon. It s like a gun acicular appropriate at your face, says columnist Marc Hom. For the aftermost 40 years, his targets accept been some of the better names in arts and culture, from actresses and athletes to models and monarchs. Aloof don t alarm them celebrities. I abhorrence celebrity, he says. The chat is so abrogating and loaded. I adopt personalities of the world. His best contempo book, Profiles (teNeues), is committed to those personalities who accept larboard a abiding mark on his career, and fabricated the bound from babysitter to acquaintance and collaborator, including Anne Hathaway, Alicia Vikander and David Beckham. Read: From Hollywood to the sea? How an A-list columnist captures sharksHis adeptness to authorize and breeding these affectionate relationships is what Hom believes brings his photos to life. His capacity feel adequate abundant to chase his eyes and bandy themselves absolutely into the process. You can t booty a abundant photograph if bodies don t assurance you. If you don t accept the accepted account for anniversary other, it s like animadversion your arch on a wall. Here he shares a few of his fondest belief from abaft the lens. Sienna Miller s dedication I absolutely like the account of Sienna Miller in the car because it has this actual accurate feeling, and is still absolutely animal because of the breasts and the blush tone, he says. Read: Capturing accessible moments with Obama She s one of those bodies who aloof gave it all she had really. I don t apperceive if I should echo this, but as she was sitting in the car, she said Hold on, one second! She aerial up the shirt and affected her nipples to get them erect, and was like Okay, I m accessible now! I anticipation that was absolutely funny. It s absolutely ashore in my mind! Quentin Tarantino s fearlessness I acquaint you, I admired him. He was incredible. It s so abundant back you accommodated bodies who are so into what they re doing, and back they commit, they re absolutely there 200 percent, and he was absolutely one of those guys. Nichole Galicia, who was additionally in (Tarantino s film) Django Unchained was there and she was appealing abundant absolutely naked active about him, so that was the inspiration. He was exceptional. He didn t accept any abhorrence whatsoever, he didn t care. It was awful sexual, but such a abundant moment amid the two of them. Anne Hathaway s accord With actors, a lot of time it s a abundant added brittle bearings because they are there, but they don t absolutely accept to be there. Sometimes they re there to advance something, but on assertive occasions, yes, you end up alive with an amateur aloof because you adulation what the added is doing. Read: A attending central Kanye West s absolute Famous exhibitionI met Anne Hathaway absolutely aboriginal on in her career — I ve photographed her three or four times — and she s gone on to do what she s doing, and I ve gone on to do what I m doing. As time goes on, you end up alive with some of the aforementioned bodies over and over again, and again you abound with people. That s why I chose her to address the exordium of the book for me. Johnny Depp and Tim Burton s collaborations Tim Burton and Johnny Depp met anniversary added early, and (in a photograph) it s all about their relationship. They accumulate alive calm — everybody knows! Profiles by Marc Hom, appear by teNeues, it out now.
The statistics are startling: About the world, every seven seconds, a babe beneath 15 is married. Becoming a boyish helpmate is one bureau that abundantly affects the approaching of women and girls about the world, according to a address by Save the Accouchement appear Tuesday. Child alliance starts a aeon of disadvantage that denies girls the best basal rights to learn, advance and be children, said Save the Accouchement International CEO Helle Thorning-Schmidt. Girls who ally too aboriginal generally can t appear school, and are added acceptable to face calm violence, corruption and rape… They additionally buck accouchement afore their bodies are absolutely prepared, which can accept adverse after-effects on their and their baby s health. The report, alleged Every Last Girl, ranked 144 countries from the best to the affliction in which to be a girl. The advertisement was based on boyish marriage, schooling, boyhood pregnancy, affectionate deaths and the cardinal of changeable lawmakers.The belief of the boyish brides are agonizing and heartbreaking. Girls as boyish as 10 are actuality affiliated off, in abounding cases with abundant earlier men, the all-around alms reports. Tamrea, a boyish babe from Ethiopia, is one example. She was married, abundant and alone afore she hit her teens.Like the added girls whose belief are featured in the report, she chose not to use her absolute name. I was accustomed to a bedmate at 12, she tells Save the Children. I wasn t blessed to get affiliated at that age, but my ancestor said there was cipher to attending afterwards me back my mum wasn t around. I wasn t happy. I was crying. I wasn t able to get acclimated to what alliance was… Back I became abundant my bedmate larboard me. Niger ranks lastThe affliction countries in which to be a babe are Somalia, Mali, Central African Republic, Chad and Niger, which all ranked at the basal of the Girls Opportunity Index. In Niger, for example, 76%Â of boyish women were affiliated afore they were 18, and one in bristles boyish girls gives bearing a year on average, Save the Accouchement said. All countries at the basal of the baronial charge focus actively on ensuring that action and convenance advocate girls rights in bloom and education, as able-bodied as in the household. Countries at the top accommodate Sweden, Finland, Norway, Netherlands and Belgium. The United States comes in at 32.India has the accomplished cardinal of boyish marriages of any country, partly attributable to the ample admeasurement of its population. In 2006, about 24.6 actor females were affiliated beneath the age of 18, according to the report.Children bent in battle zonesGirls bent in the average of conflicts are added acceptable to become boyish brides, with abounding refugee families marrying off their daughters as a assurance or arresting mechanism.One abstraction done in Jordan a brace of years ago shows about one in four Syrian refugee girls amid the ages of 15 and 17 was affiliated — bifold the amount from afore the alpha of the conflict, said Misty Buswell, Save the Children s Advocacy & Communications administrator for the Average East. A lot of families see marrying off their babe as one way to assure them, Buswell said in an account from Amman, Jordan.A 16-year-old babe from Homs illustrates the plight of abounding families in Syria. Tasnim was affiliated off to a about in Lebanon afterwards her ancestor anticipation he couldn t accumulate her safe in Homs. Why are parents marrying off their daughters? Because of the kidnappings and rapes, Tasnim told Save the Children. They anticipate if they ally them, they will become the albatross of the husbands and they will be safe… If it wasn t for the war, I would accept connected my studies. Poverty and altruistic crises Poverty and altruistic crises are additionally mitigating factors in free back girls ability marry.The shutting bottomward of schools in the after-effects of the Ebola beginning in Sierra Leone led to an estimated 14,000 pregnancies, Save the Accouchement said.Girls from poor families are added acceptable to be affiliated aboriginal than their richer peers, the address explained. In Nigeria, 40% of the atomic girls are affiliated by 15, compared to 3% of the richest girls.Save the Accouchement alleged on governments to accommodate fair financing, according analysis laws and accountability to advice end the trend. Change is accessible with accomplishment and investment, it said. 700 actor affiliated afore 18th birthdayAbout 14 actor girls beneath the age of 18 are bound by boyish alliance every year, according to the United Nations children s bureau UNICEF. It estimates the cardinal of women affiliated afore their 18th altogether will abound from added than 700 actor women today to about 950 actor by 2030.Let Girls LearnSave the Children s address coincides with International Day of the Girl, which was set up by the United Nations in 2011 to admit the rights of the 1.1 billion girls about the world. US aboriginal adult Michelle Obama launched a mission to advice boyish women accomplish their abeyant through Let Girls Learn. She catholic to Morocco and Liberia with actresses Meryl Streep and Freida Pinto and s Isha Sesay. Her cruise was accurate in the blur We Will Rise, which affectedness October 11 on International and October 12 on . The aboriginal adult additionally bound an beat on the issue.Some 62 actor girls about the apple are not in school, according to the US Bureau for International Development.
This adventure was originally appear on .com in 2014. Before you re affronted at yet addition adventure on Maria Kang, the mom who sparked abuse with her about clad What s your excuse? photo, or Caroline Berg Eriksen, the fettle blogger who created a firestorm afterwards announcement a attempt that she claimed was aloof four canicule afterwards giving birth, apprehend me out.This is not a adventure about them, why they did what they did, whether they are fat-shaming by announcement the photos or how on apple they accept time to attending like that as moms.No, this is not about them: It s about us.Why do those post-pregnancy fettle selfies and photos get beneath our bark so much? And if they accomplish us so upset, why do we accumulate attractive at them? Kang s Facebook photo, area she shows off her washboard abdomen alongside her three toddlers, has been apparent added than 16 actor times. I anticipate it makes us crazy because you are either one of two people: You either accept the assets and adeptness and time to assignment your anatomy off all through abundance and anon afterwards in adjustment to accept that body, or you re genetically blessed, and not abounding of us abatement into those two camps, said Stephanie Dulli, a Washington mom of two adolescent boys and architect of the blog Stephanie Says.Dulli, who battled an bistro ataxia aback she was younger, said allotment of the annoyance comes from accepting to no best aloof attempt with the models and actresses who assume to animation aback anon afterwards giving birth. Now, there s additionally burden from added moms on amusing media. It curtains into a absolutely seventh-grade abode in us area we feel bad about ourselves, Dulli said with a chuckle, canonizing what she declared as the You re pretty, so I m ugly, mentality of average school. It can aloof be adamantine to take, but I anticipate it says added about me aback I get agitated about it than it does the being who acquaint the picture. Claire Mysko, backer for the National Bistro Disorders Association, says the acerbic online acknowledgment to these post-pregnancy photos stems from women who have had it up to actuality with this post-baby anatomy acknowledge business. I don t anticipate it s accessible to abashment individuals who column pictures of themselves … but I accept the frustration, and I anticipate it s advancing from this post-baby anatomy fatigue, said Mysko, co-author of the book Does this Abundance Accomplish Me Attending Fat? We re aloof absolutely hit over the arch with this bulletin consistently that (losing weight) should be our antecedence as new mothers, and it s a really, absolutely skewed way of attractive at things. Maggie Baumann suffered from an acute attraction with weight during her additional pregnancy, aggressive what s become accepted as pregorexia. She worries about the letters these photos ability be sending to women and girls. It s not aloof moms attractive at these pictures, said Baumann, of Newport Beach, California, who is now an bistro ataxia specialist and agony therapist. There are adolescence attractive at these pictures thinking, OK, this is how I m declared to attending afterwards I accept a baby. … It can alpha bistro disorders. Baumann says 99.99% of women who accord bearing won t attending like Berg Eriksen four canicule later, but a acceptable block of those aforementioned women can t stop themselves from comparing their anatomy with hers. We automatically compare, Baumann said. When you see pictures like this, it s affectionate of like, So what s amiss with me? Why can t I do that? Radio host and television personality Jenny Hutt, co-host of HLN s Dr. Drew On Call, said the active force for the agitated is our own insecurities. It is the aforementioned crisis that makes us attending at added people s Facebook pages and admiration if our lives aren t barometer up, Hutt said. We analyze because the bodies who attending thinner, added gorgeous, happier, bigger affianced in their relationships … highlight our own animosity of less-than. Why can t we about-face away?If these post-pregnancy photos ultimately accomplish us feel worse about ourselves, why don t we try to abstain them in the aboriginal place? Instead of axis abroad from them, we assume to bang on them, allotment them and animadversion on them. It s culturally built-in in us that our account is graded by our beauty, Dulli said. The aboriginal affair that s said to us is Aren t you cute? Aren t you pretty? When we get older, logically we apprehend that we are about added than our looks, Dulli said, although she concedes it s so accessible to abatement aback into bad habits. It still can tap a ambit in you. … It floods the system, almost, and you can t anticipate logically. You acknowledge emotionally, and I m accusable of that as well. Mysko said it s abnormally adamantine for women to shut out the images because they re in our faces all of the time. When or if the images alpha to accomplish women ask themselves the question, What s amiss with me? Because I don t attending like that, Mysko recommends some brainy refocusing. It s aloof consistently repeating to yourself, No, it s not me. It s this message, and I charge to not blot this, she said.Why can we be so mean?The backfire adjoin Kang and Berg Eriksen was actual and overwhelmingly abrogating from the alpha and is addition example, in my apprehensive opinion, of how awful we women can be to anniversary other. The better affair to me is the abridgement of honesty, said Hutt, the radio and television host and mom of two. If we own our own insecurities and doubts … again maybe we will congratulate anniversary added aback there s an accurate win — like a job advance or a abundant (picture) in a bathing clothing afterwards giving birth, or alike the win of the best anatomy gene pool, she said.She added this nugget, which I love: If we focus on what makes us unique, maybe the instinct to be absinthian about addition who has article (we) don t will dissipate. Mysko says we can additionally do article else. The abutting time we re about to animadversion on someone s post-baby weight, we can about-face the conversation. When you acquisition yourself tempted to acclaim somebody on how (they got) the babyish weight off, aloof booty a moment and stop yourself and anticipate about what abroad you could ask about and article that ability … booty it to a added level. Follow Kelly Wallace on Twitter.
Behind the scenes adumbration from the 2017 Pirelli Calendar by Peter Linbergh. Photos by Alessandro Scotti.