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Barbie Makes An Ashley Graham Doll, Complete With Thighs That Actually Touch. Image via Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images Ashley Graham is killing it this year.

Barbie Makes An Ashley Graham Doll, Complete With Thighs That Actually Touch

She was the first plus size model to ever grace the cover of Sports Illustrated, she premiered her own lingerie line at New York’s fashion week, and she was unapologetically her bad ass self, showing off her awesome curves and even celebrating her cellulite. Basically, we couldn’t love her more. Now, she’s even got her own Barbie, complete with matching measurements. Cara Delevingne says now is the time for sisterly solidarity. Trans model Andreja Pejic launches first cosmetics ad campaign.

Transgender supermodel Andreja Pejic has released her first campaign video for a cosmetics brand.

Trans model Andreja Pejic launches first cosmetics ad campaign

Andreja Pejic – who came out as trans July last year – has already made history as the first out trans model to be profiled by Vogue. This time the model has just released a video for Make Up For Ever which also starred Jamie Chung – blogger and actress known for playing gay character Mulan in Once Upon a Time. Jaden Smith Wears Skirt in New Louis Vuitton Campaign. Mila Kunis rails against Hollywood sexism: 'insulted, sidelined, paid less' The actor Mila Kunis has said a film producer threatened to end her career after she refused to pose half-naked for a men’s magazine.

Mila Kunis rails against Hollywood sexism: 'insulted, sidelined, paid less'

The Hollywood star said the unnamed producer told her “You’ll never work in this town again” when she declined to take part in the photo shoot for a movie being promoted. In an open letter published on A Plus, a website co-founded by her husband, Ashton Kutcher, Kunis said she was “livid” and felt “objectified” following the incident and voiced concerns about gender inequality in the workplace. She wrote: “Throughout my career there have been moments when I have been insulted, sidelined, paid less, creatively ignored and otherwise diminished based on my gender. “I taught myself that to succeed as a woman in this industry I had to play by the rules of the boys’ club. But the older I got and the longer I worked in this industry, the more I realised that it’s bullshit!