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Role Model: Jess Miller

Meet the millennial model-activist helping to reshape the business.

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Standing six feet, two inches tall, Jess Miller commands attention— not just for her height and her innate sense of style, but for her sense of self, which transcends the many limitations that her profession has historically imposed on young women. It is a rarity to sit down with a model and find beneath the requirements of beauty and grace an intelligence that burns brightly and engages with ideas and issues that extend beyond herself.

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As we greet a new season we also embrace new possibilities of expression. I was thrilled to welcome to our cover the beautiful Nafessa Williams, star of the CW show Black Lightning. 2018 is the year of the black superhero, and Williams is a breakout star, playing TV’s first black lesbian superhero. Season 1 was an overnight success, premiering as the network’s #1 new series. That’s great news for anyone who ever wondered if their authentic self would find representation and acceptance in the mainstream. We also take an in-depth look at the November midterm elections and the potential “Rainbow Wave” of out LGBT candidates. More diverse women than ever before are entering the political field hoping to enact necessary change, and that’s something worth celebrating. Enjoy our story on the Indigo Girls, who are trying something new musically, and meet other women from coast to coast who are pursuing their selfhood in the most delightful and inspiring ways. Hats off to Esther Newton and Casey Legler whose lifelong journeys made me proud to call this community my home.