No Filter: Evan Rachel Wood Walks Into A Banana Museum

Welcome back to No Filter, your weekly collection of premiere celesbian Instagram. This week, this happened:

…but we’re here to talk about queer women and what they wore to the grocery store, so let’s do that instead.

Evan Rachel Wood doing exactly what you’d think Evan Rachel Wood does.

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Happy Friday ! #FBF BTS @roberto_cavalli 🍌☀️

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I forgot to post pictures of Stella Maxwell every week so I forgot what she looked like but fortunately we ran into each other at the banana museum.

What are Clea DuVall, Cameron Esposito and Sara Quin up to? Are they modeling button-downs? Are they plotting their own A-Camp?

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Felt weird, cut my hair.

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❤️ #GabrielleChanel ❤️ @chanelofficial ❤️

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I can’t help but giggle at the idea of Cara Delevingne enthusiastically taking photo booth photos with pictures of herself.
Perhaps after a horrific week of reading the news you will be soothed by this image of Gabby Rivera holding a baby.

In case anyone was wondering what’s going on over at the butch ballet.

I forgot that Ruby Tandoh was a person I could put in No Filter and now I’m mad with power.

Join us next week, when Brittani Nichols inevitably takes us all down in the showstopper challenge.

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  1. When I read “banana museum” I immediately thought it was some kind of euphemism for people who decided to no longer have sex involving penises but then for whatever reason did it again, as like a chill thing.

    Like “I met a cool guy this weekend and I totally took a trip to the banana museum, but it’s no big deal”

    I don’t know if I’m more or less happy about the fact it’s an actual museum of bananas.

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