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Booker, 47, is still in his first term as one of New Jersey’s senators.While he was running for Senate, Booker’s sexuality was part of the debate since the former Newark mayor rarely discussed his personal life, leaving some to wonder if he was gay.Wade told Refinery29 she wants to focus her future efforts on a couple things: community, speaking engagements and a 365-day book of “mantras and affirmations,” which she said should be finished this year.
“I really want to focus my time and energy on being a part of the community of young women, teens, and girls in this world.
They are the future, and I know they’re going to cast the safety net that’s wide enough to keep all of the people in need cared for.
Her show gave a little dis to Newark, and I’m a big defender of cities, and so I called her out on it.
Not only did she say, hey, this is her character, not [her personal insult], but then she agreed to come over to Newark, New Jersey.
The 37-year-old actress made a joke in an episode of her Hulu show . so we’ll see what happens in the future.” “I just think she’s a really wonderful person, that’s it,” Cory added.
“I want to sort of take the romantic aspect out of it and talk more about how she’s amazing.
Wade is on Emily’s List Creative Council, which is an effort by the pro-abortion group’s to use entertainment to reach millennial voters to elect the first woman president.
Joined by the likes of Lena Dunham, Padma Lakshmi, Moby and Julia Stiles, the council shows “There is a true cultural moment around feminism and women’s leadership – and EMILY’s List can harness it and make sure it lasts,” said EMILY’s List President Stephanie Schriock said in a press release.
#imwithher #strongertogether #lovetrumpshate A post shared by cleo wade (@cleowade) on Booker has introduced plenty of legislation in Congress that reflects his progressive stance on gender equality, along with LGBT issues, something Wade seems to promote.
“I really want to focus my time and energy on being part of the community of young women, teens, and girls in the world. They’re the most important investment we can make,” she told Refinery29.
Once considered a finalist for Hillary Clinton‘s vice president pick before she named Sen.