Emma Gonzalez uses her voice after shooting at her school.
Getting serious Joan of Arc vibes from Emma Gonzalez.— Summer Brennan (@summerbrennan) February 19, 2018
A teenager speaks more eloquently, forcefully and honestly than any craven, gutless politician https://t.co/rR1BmXT3cE— Anthony Bourdain (@Bourdain) February 18, 2018
Chadwick Boseman graces the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.
@gohomeben, tweeting about the Rolling Stone cover of Chadwick Boseman, who plays T’Challa, the Black Panther. The film made $201.8 million through Sunday night in its opening weekend. Rolling Stone tweeted out the cover Sunday night, paying tribute to the film’s blockbuster reception. Here’s the cover story.
Can I take the next flight to Wakanda for $200, Alex?— Tonya F. McKinley🌸🍂🌸 (@cocoabliss45) February 19, 2018
me after seeing chadwick boseman's rolling stone cover pic.twitter.com/jzuHuMfq7R— the don™️ 4th spouse of uzui ✨ (@theyonndon) February 19, 2018
Fergie’s interesting rendition of the National Anthem pretty much shook America.
Shoutout to Fergie for using the national anthem to finally unify a divided country— Pablo S. Torre (@PabloTorre) February 19, 2018
@PabloTorre, tweeting about the terrible jazzy version of the national anthem that Fergie sang before the NBA All-Star Game on Sunday night. “I have to watch that Fergie video again to make sure that actually happened,” @CraigSJ tweeted. Fergie later said that she’s a risk-taker, and acknowledged that the tone of her rendition didn’t resonate. “Fergie saying she did the song like that as a protest is the only way to come back from this,” @thugyonce tweeted.
Women were not here for the New York Times’ op-ed about yoga pants.
Okay @nytimes. 1) I am sure you had your pick of thoughtful opinion pieces for this Sunday’s edition...and this was your choice? 2) Women writing op-eds about other women’s sartorial choices is bad for women 3) You can have my yoga pants when you pry them from my cold dead booty https://t.co/8RU9l8iVde— Candice Adams (@TheCandiceAdams) February 18, 2018
@TheCandiceAdams, reacting to The New York Times’ opinion piece “Why Yoga Pants are Bad for Women” — because they make women feel like they have to be sexy at the gym. Women were not thrilled by an opinion piece telling them what not to wear.
I see someone has posted yet another op-ed on the perils of wearing yoga pants after 30.— KodiKat (@puma_legal) February 18, 2018
Lemme clear this up for everyone:
Wear yoga pants if you want to. If somebody doesn’t like your over-30 dimpled rolls... tell them not to look. Dress for you, not for anyone else