The LGBT community was the target of the worst mass shooting in American history last month, but many people seem to ignore the fact that Pulse Nightclub was celebrating Latin Night when the attack occurred.
The longtime writer quit her job this week, but didn't just hand in a letter of resignation. Oh no, she decided to throw as many people under the bus as possible on her way out the door!
Hammel sent a scathing resignation letter to editorial director Jess Cagle and other top editors that slammed the magazine — and dropped some juicy details on celebs like Jennifer Lopez, George Clooney, as well as a couple secrets so scandalous she kept the stars anonymous!
Sara started the letter off as a sort of breakup with the company saying:
The mag's cover is an open letter directed to Congress asking for one very simple thing: sensible, simple changes on gun control legislation.
The cover (above) is signed by SO many musicians and entertainers — 194 of them to be exact — in demanding legislation, and the powerful open letter is being sent to every single chief of staff of all 535 Senators and Congressmen and women.
In a very no f*cks given interview with Vanity Fair, Mila gave a very pro-breastfeeding PSA shaming haters who've made her feel uncomfortable for feeding her daughter Wyatt Isabelle in public. Considering M.K. is now pregnant with her second child, the subject has become near and dear to her heart once again.
"I support every woman's choice in what she wants to do and whatever makes them happy, but for me, I did nurse my child and I literally breastfed everywhere. There were many times where I didn't bring a cover with me, and so I just did it in a restaurant, in the subway, in the park, at airports, and in planes. Why did I do it in public? Because I had to feed my child. She's hungry. I need to feed her whether it's out of a bottle or out of my boob no matter where I was."
Well, that's a very reasonable position. What parent would let their child go hungry for the sake of not pissing someone off?
Elaborating on her stance, the beauty argued that America sexualizes the breast too much for its own good: