Ro has proven she’s not afraid to speak out about what she believes in, and she wants fellow activists to know that feminism, or any other political movement, shouldn’t come at a cost.
In this case, Rowan is taking clothing companies to task for charging outrageous prices for clothing with feminist slogans, for example.
“It’s important to keep in mind the second there is a chance for businesses to capitalize on things that become mainstream, they will take it,” she wrote. “It’s cool to buy political/feminist tee shirts when the $$$ is going to a nonprofit that fights for PoC/tpoc/queer/women/etc.”
The 15-year-old star went on to say that she’s not into “consumerist classist feminism,” and that what really matters is that people take to the streets and to the phones to protest and to resist what they disagree with.
Click inside to see Rowan Blanchard’s full thoughts on that matter…
Remember that first explosive Aria-and-Ezra kiss in Pretty Little Liars that shook the world (or at least ours!)?
There are so many iconic TV couples that we had to rank our favorite kisses! From The Vampire Diaries to Girl Meets World and vintage >Friends, we revisited all of our old favorites to compile an official Kiss List.
This moment took such a long time coming that Riley and Lucas’ first kiss — short, sweet, innocent — was as satisfying as any, and especially appropriate as it took place where they first met — on the subway.
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When after seasons upon seasons of banter and unspoken flirtation that couple you’ve been shipping finally gets together (We’re looking at you Gilmore Girls) it’s the most satisfying thing in the world.
And once that couple is together, be it Chuck and Blair on Gossip Girl or Riley and Lucas on Girl Meets World, there is so much cuteness, both in words and actions, to immerse yourself in!
Here are 10 of our favorite TV quotes (from couples we totally ship) that made us melt into a puddle of hearts.
Fans have been dying to know what his next project is and JJJ has the scoop. Corey is now working on the award winning off-Broadway production called “Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead.”
“The play is loosely based on the Peanuts characters as dysfunctional teenagers and the changing dynamic of their group as they grow up,” Corey tells JJJ. “I play Van, a teenage Linus, who smoked his blanket and is now a full-time stoner.”
Corey explains that taking on this project has been exciting.
“It’s been wonderful being back on stage and has been very creatively satisfying to spend time getting to know and find this character,” he says. “I’m excited for the fans to see a different side of me and hopefully take something positive away from the story we get to share.”
We’re really excited for him!
The show will make it’s debut Saturday, February 11, in Los Angeles at The Blank Theatre. Obvs, the show is for mature audiences.
“I honestly don’t know what we did to deserve an audience so loyal,” star Corey Fogelmanis recently told us. “All I can say is thank you to everyone who has ever watched the show and supported our careers and a huge thank to everyone campaigning for the show on social media.”
Click inside to see the full list of what’s coming to Netflix in February…More Here! »