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Dunham recalled that she sat next to Beckham and he never spoke to her. She automatically assumed this was because she was not attractive enough for his liking and because she was wearing a tuxedo and not a haute couture gown. She tells Schumer: You and I were literally sitting across from each other at the Met Ball, and it was so surreal to get to do that. I was sitting next to Odell Beckham Jr., and it was so amazing because it was like he looked at me and he determined I was not the shape of a woman by his standards. He was like, Thats a marshmallow. Thats a child. http://wyatthugheslist.universitypunjabi.org/2016/09/08/understanding-significant-criteria-in-job-hunting/Thats a dog. It wasnt meanhe just seemed confused. The vibe was very much like, Do I want to fuck it? Is it wearing ayep, its wearing a tuxedo. Im going to go back to my cell phone. It was like we were forced to be together, and he literally was scrolling Instagram rather than have to look at a woman in a bow tie. Black Twitter will call Beckhamgay in a heartbeat, but they defended him against Dunhams baseless characterization of him and gave her a justified dragging. Lena Dunham is just what happens when you’ve been told white women are the standard of beauty and the height of desirability probably Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) September 2, 2016 I proudly consider myself a feminist and will always support womens rights and equality.

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Thats shifted now.” Grooms like Porter Allison embody that shift. Allison, a professional DJ who lives in Nashville, describes himself as a “T-shirt and jeans guy.” But for his April wedding to musician Carley Chilton, he coordinated two separate looks, as did the bride: one for the church ceremony in rural Virginia, and the second for the Great Gatsby-themed reception. “I just wanted to have fun with it,” Allison says. To start, he donned a gray suit and brown shoes, with cufflinks that had been engraved as a wedding gift. “I looked the part of the dapper gentleman.” Then, to embrace the Art Deco aesthetic, he changed into a velvet blazer with dark pants, a black tie, and suspenders. The crowning touch: gold sneakers with LEDs on the sole (his best man wore a matching pair). “A lot of my groomsmen and some friends wanted to know where they could get a jacket like I had for the second look,” says Allison, who rented from Black Tux. “I really wanted to keep it. I wanted to keep the suit, too.” Watch an episode of Say Yes to the Dress or scan the weddings on Vogue.com, and its not hard to find examples of brides with two wedding dresses (“Later in the evening, Connie changed into a short cocktail dress by Reem Acra so she could move more easily on the dance floor,” reads a typical Vogue post ).

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