“These two weirdos need to spend time together and bang bits.”
“The issue isn’t about men being in women’s restrooms, okay?”
Remembering his visits to Trash and Vaudeville.
Score one for the female gaze.
The two actresses skewered Hollywood’s double standards at Monday night’s Gotham Awards.
An interview with Duke Energy CEO Lynn Good.
“I always found being a woman was a Trojan horse.”
“There’s a big advantage to being the outsider.”
“There’s an old skater’s metaphor — don’t be afraid of falling. It’s 90 percent falling; otherwise, you don’t master anything.”
“Give yourself permission to actually be a human being.”
“I never lost sleep when I ran Merrill Lynch. I didn’t. I slept like a baby. I lose sleep over being an entrepreneur.”
“I’ve said this many times — there’s plenty of room in the world for mediocre men, but there is no room for mediocre women.”
“I do have a tendency to retreat when I’m embarrassed. I try to remind myself, ‘These other people don’t deserve to be here any more than you.’”
Anja Rubik tried out Pucci swirls, while Amy Schumer dared to rock a head-to-toe Muscle Beach sweats look.
Yes, nipples are coming, says costume designer Michele Clapton.
Even when she isn’t home.
Responsibilities include: scheduling, research, light drug-trafficking, and dumping your boss’s boyfriend.
The “slutty schoolgirl” look, in particular.
“I loved it!”
That girl has a dark sense of humor.