The Vanity Fair Hollywood Cover Is Out

Vanity Fair revealed their annual Hollywood cover yesterday and, as always, accusations of racism have already begun flying around. The cover, shot by Mario Testino, features: Rooney Mara, Jennifer Lawrence, Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain and others. The problem is only those four are on the visible cover while Pariah’s¬†Adepero Oduye and Mission Impossible’s¬†Paula Patton, women of color, are relegated to the middle panel which can only be seen when you unfold it.

Is this Vanity Fair implying women of color should be out of sight until someone of power allows them to be seen and heard? But, you may ask, shouldn’t this apply to all women? I demand equal rights.

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