“First of all, who cares if people hate you? There’s always a guarantee that certain people will dislike you. There’s never any guarantee that anyone will like you. So if anyone likes you at all, you’ve already won.”
Chelsea Handler

Chelsea Handler
I am going to try to make this a (brief as can be) follow up to Don’t Want Kids. In Chelsea Handler‘s promotional interview with Piers Morgan, he decides to embody the role of ‘Alpha Society Male’ while drilling the successful comedienne about children and marriage.

Listen, hombre, the “modern dilemma of successful women” is not that we’ve talked ourselves out ‘handling motherhood’ but the unreasonable, insistent drilling we receive when stating motherhood isn’t our game. Possessing ‘motherly qualities‘ (which everyone should strive for regardless of their stance on procreation) is not the same thing as wanting to be a parent. I would be interested to see if you throw out the same implications on parenting that you have expressed here the next time you ‘interview’ a male with no interest in babymaking.

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Chelsea Handler Jenny McCarthy
If there are two ladies I would like to have a civil partnership with, they would be Jenny McCarthy and Chelsea Handler. No holds barred. Though they aren’t my fashion inspiration per se, there were two great fashion moments on their interview together on Chelsea Lately last week that you’ve got to see:

1) Jenny McCarthy’s story from MTV Europe’s Video Music Awards in Milan where she was dressed by Dolce & Gabbana, and ended up as the partial cause of Stefano Gabbana harrasment. (Starts at 3:18)
2) Their shoes!

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