I can’t imagine that anyone is having as bad a day as Kevin Spacey. Anthony Rapp accused the “House of Cards” star, Kevin Spacey of making sexual advances towards him when he was 14! The incident happened in 1986 when Rapp was invited by Kevin Spacey to a party as they were both working on a Broadway Production. Rapp was watching TV in a bedroom when Kevin Spacey placed him on the bed and lay on top of him. Rapp told BuzzFeed News;
“I still to this day can’t wrap my head around so many aspects of it. It is just deeply confusing to me”.
Rapp went on and stated that Kevin Spacey “was trying to get with me sexually”. At the time of the incident, Kevin was 26. Much criticism has been leveled against Spacey for his overnight statement in which he uses his apology to Rapp as the platform to come out and tell the world he is gay.
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Next up is a ballet pump shoe which is an essential part of any modern day women’s wardrobe. Especially if – like me – you run around all day and find that doing so in high heels was something you foolishly did in your 20’s – and without giving too much away lets just say it was a while ago.
The modern day pump was referred to as “pompes” in the 1500’s when strapless shoes without heels were worn by men. Back then these were mostly worn by servants because they lacked the fuss and the funds to have fancy buttons and laces reminiscent of that time.
Thankfully since then it has become a women’s shoe and is adoringly associated with style and glamour. Sensible sophistication of a pump has been adored by the rich and famous and include amongst other Jacqueline Kennedy, Audrey Hepburn, Alexa Chung to name a few.
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