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Janelle Monáe and Stevie Wonder, who previously performed together at a Flint rally, shared a stage once again this weekend. For ASCAP’s I Create Music Expo, Janelle interviewed Stevie in honor of his receiving the inaugural ASCAP Key of Life Award. Show More Summary
Janelle Monae will deliver the commencement speech to the 2017 graduating class at Dillard University. Continue reading…
Some objected to Moonlight star's proposal of a sex strike for women's rights, chiding it as heteronormative. Writer Erica M. Pope heartily disagrees, saying Monáe should be commended for using her platform to criticize the patriarc...
Janelle Monáe said she thinks women should stop having sex with men until they fight for womens' rights.
Janelle Monae has a way with words. But, if it were up to the singer and actress, no man on the planet would have his way with the body of any woman until society undergoes some much-needed changes. In a cover story of this month's issue...Show More Summary
Janelle Monáe’s Plan for Women’s Equality: Stop Having Sex Actress and sci-fi pop goddess Janelle Monáe has a suggestion for achieving female equality: stop having sex with men until they respect women Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
Janelle Monae Encourages Equality Janelle Monae isnt playing around. Either that or she just saw Chiraq for the first time. Heres what she said in a recent interview with Marie Claire: “People have to start respecting the vagina,” Monáe tells
In the May issue of Marie Claire, Janelle Monáe floats the idea of a sex strike. “People have to start respecting the vagina. Until every man is fighting for our rights, we should consider stopping having sex,” she told the magazine...
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“Until every man is fighting for our rights, we should consider stopping having sex.”
These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Monday.Emily Ratajkowski, Janelle Monáe and more cover Marie ClaireThe May 2017 "Global Beauty Issue" features a host of young names in fashion, music and film, including Naomi Aja King, Zoey Deutch and Alexandra Daddario. All... Continue reading
Janelle Monáe won us over during award season with her monochromatic ensembles and her groundbreaking roles in Hidden Figures and Moonlight, but now she's taking a much-deserved vacation in a stunning villa in the Dominican Republic....Show More Summary
Janelle Monae Vacations In $20,000 Dominican Villa Janelle Monae was living real nice on her recent vacation to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. According to PEOPLE, Booking.com hooked the singer up with a $20,000 per night lodging dubbed Villa Sirena. If
THE SOCIAL JUSTICE CONFIDENCE MAN ALWAYS SETS FORTH AMBITIOUS 'STRETCH GOALS', JUST LIKE EVERY SALES MANAGER IN AMERICA ASSIGNS TO HIS MANAGED EMPLOYEES “People have to start respecting the vagina,” Monáe tells the publication. “Until every man is fighting for our rights, we should consider stopping having sex. Show More Summary
Janelle Monáe has an idea to get people to “start respecting the vagina.” In an interview for Marie Claire’s May issue, the singer-songwriter and actress discussed empowerment, breaking down gender norms and why a sex strike might be necessary. Show More Summary
Janelle Monae is one of five gorgeous ladies featured on the cover of Marie Claire‘s “The Future is Female” cover for the May 2017 issue, on newsstands April 18. The other ladies featured on the cover include Aja Naomi King, Emily Ratajkowski, Zoey Deutch, and Alexandra Daddario. Here is what they shared with the mag: [...]
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