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Is This Laverne Cox's Best Magazine Cover Yet?

Back in 2014, Laverne Cox made history when she became the first transgender person to appear on the cover of Time magazine. And while it's hard to top that kind of barrier-breaking editorial — and Cox has fronted many other glossies before and since — the actress's most recent cover just... Continue reading
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