Welcome back to No Filter, a collection of some of the findings of this century’s most important sociological study. What the hell do celebrities do on the Internet all week? As far as we can tell, they wear ill-advised outfits, mug around in oversized animal onesies and cuddle with each other. I think I can handle that. Let’s get to it!
Leisha Hailey wants to be your dirty secret, your… rock of love. ROCK OF LOVE.
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I just love it when the camera catches me mid thought. Earlier at the #funfearlesslife event. Thanks @cosmopolitan magazine for inviting mw to share space with such incredible women today. Special shout out to the glam squad today. After a week of doing my own hair and makeup on the road and dressing myself it was nice to have that professional touch today. Makeup @theladydeja styling @christinajpacelli and a special shout out to @ursulastephen who recently ran the New York City Marathon. We are so proud of you Ursula and love you! #TransIsBeautiful
Did you think Laverne Cox could get any babelier? Well, here she is in glasses.
People were pretty upset that Lindsay Lohan chose Charles Manson’s birthday as the perfect day to roll out her Sharon Tate-inspired ensemble. It was also my birthday, but I’m mainly offended by the top.
I would pay a ridiculous amount of money to have been a fly on the wall during this summit of skinny, famous, impossibly jaunty queermos.
Ellen Page and Alia Shawkat celebrate the birth of Peaches, as we all must.
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Trycurious is trying pottery, and tonight was very…well, trying. During my classes I've been "perfecting" this process of making imperfect pieces with delicate edges; I like that they are almost paper thin and wavy because they don't look manufactured- only human hands can do this, plus they look very organic and earthy- they remind me of water. It's exciting for me to be experimenting with a new medium, and I'm having so much fun playing around with the process. Anyways, a guy in the studio tonight saw me doing this piece and called out for our teacher to "come help this girl, she doesn't know what she is doing". When I tell you that the rage of a thousand firey suns unleashed their flames from my eyes 🔥🔥🔥👀👀👀! I looked at him and said "i DO NOT need help, I actually like what I'm doing and I'm happy with it and I WANT IT THIS WAY THANKYOUVERYMUCH" (mind your own GD business succinctly implied). Fortunately my teacher and another student made comments about how my work was just fine and they liked it and that it didnt need to be perfect to be of value. Honestly I don't need anybody to like my work cause I am LOVING IT, but I do need them to respect it. Art is so special because there is no right or wrong way to create it, and I pity the perfectionist who can't see the beauty of that.
I can’t stop watching this video of Jasika Nicole learning the art of pottery, which she will eventually use to build an entire Pier One Imports full of ceramic delights. We get it, OK? You’re good at everything. You can calm down any time you’re ready (JK, never stop).
Real-life bisexual Kirsten Vangsness and Shemar Moore being adorable people on the internet.
Cara Delevingne has basically always been this way.
WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN WITH POUSSEY AND SOSO!??! I CAN’T DEAL WITH IT.
I guess Tegan and Sara used to dress in the same kinds of outfits that got me mercilessly teased in third grade, which is sort of comforting. The 80s were a weird time.
Join us next week, when Jasika Nicole teaches us how to bake gluten-free muffins in an oven she built herself in her garage.