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OITNB Cast Come Out to Play for Rolling Stone Magazine (Pic & Video)

Orange is the New Black stars Taylor Schilling and Laura Prepon are on the cover of the latest issue of Rolling Stone.


However, inside are also interviews with the other cast members including Natasha Lyonne, Laverne Cox, Lea Delaria and newcomer Ruby Rose.

These black and white photos taken by Rolling Stone‘s Mark Seliger capture an up close and personal glimpse of these wonderfully complex characters.

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Schilling and Prepon, also discuss what the success of the show has meant to them in this behind the scenes video.

Tegan and Sara Talk Fans in New Rolling Stone Documentary

In the new short documentary by Rolling Stone, “Dear Tegan and Sara: Inside The Band’s Bond With Fans,” addresses the evolution of their relationship with their fans: from their early days playing for friends in coffee shops, to their recent mega success sharing the stage with Katy Perry, Taylor Swift and Macklemore.

We’d hang out all night talking to people. By the time we actually had real fans, that was how we thought you did a show. We created relationships with these people and they told us their stories.”

For 20 years, Tegan and Sara have been forging a unique relationship with their fans. The short video shows rare footage and photographs from the band’s earliest performances, the film also includes the voices of some of their biggest fans, who attest to the group’s profound influence on their lives.



As much as we have felt like we never shut up about being gay, we’ve represented hope for a lot of these people because we do get embraced.”

Madonna Calls Ageism ‘The Last Great Frontier’ In New Interview

In the latest issue of Rolling Stone (on newsstands today), Madonna addresses ageist remarks that have been sent her way over the years. And in light of the events at the Brit Awards, where the Material Girl fell during her performance, which resulted in Twitter exploding, some would have to say she has a massive challenge ahead.


At the start of her hotly anticipated performance, which closed the ceremony, Madonna was yanked backwards by her cloak down a flight of steps and seemed to land heavily on her lower back. However, the singer and dancer kept going and carried out the rest of her energetic routine.


Before the fall Madonna, 56, was also victim of an ageist joke from comedian Jimmy Carr, 42, who said that the only drugs backstage in Madonna’s dressing room were HRT.

However, Madonna is on a mission and has vowed that she’s not interested in being average and wants to empower women to understand that they can still be relevant and sexual regardless of their age.

Madge goes on to call ageism “the last great frontier” in civil rights:

“It’s still the one area where you can totally discriminate against somebody, and talk shit. Because of their age. Only females, though. Not males. So in that respect we still live in a very sexist society…

No one would dare to say a degrading remark about being black or dare to say a degrading remark on Instagram about someone being gay, but my age – anybody and everybody would say something degrading to me. And I always think to myself, why is that accepted?

What’s the difference between that and racism, or any discrimination? They’re judging me by my age. I don’t understand. I’m trying to get my head around it. Because women, generally, when they reach a certain age, have accepted that they’re not allowed to behave a certain way. But I don’t follow the rules. I never did, and I’m not going to start.”


Madge’s new album Rebel Heart is available March 6th.