The A-List

Ruth Bader Ginsberg and Her Legacy

Ginsburg passed on September 18, 2020, in Washington D.C., after a battle with pancreatic cancer. Ginsburg fought throughout her life to provide women and the LGBTQ+ community opportunities in the workforce and life. For more information on her legacy, read our article 10 of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Contributions and Her Legacy.

Selena Gomez and Her Launch of Rare Beauty

Rare Beauty, by Selena Gomez, launched exclusively at Sephora on September 3. The brand’s goal is to help individuals embrace their inner beauty and discusses that “Being rare is about being comfortable with yourself.” Rare Beauty also announced its Rare Impact Fund to raise $100 million over the next ten years to increase access to mental health resources and information.

 
 
 
 
 
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Lili Reinhart and Opening Up About Her Bisexuality

In an interview with Flaunt MagazineLili Reinhart discussed her attraction to women from a young age and her hesitation to opening up about her sexuality to the public: “I felt that since I’ve exclusively been in heteronormative relationships, it would be too easy for any outsider, especially the media, to vilify me and accuse me of ‘faking it’ to get attention” (Reinhart).

 
 
 
 
 
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Charli D’Amelio and Kouvr Annon and Their Stand Against Body Shame

Previously, a TikTok went viral that body-shamed TikTok stars Charlie D’Amelio and Kouvr Annon. The two spoke against individuals that shame people on “the color of their skin, the shade of their body, or their height and size” (Kouvr). D’Amelio later took to Twitter, discussing her opinions on the issue.