We told you before that Hillary was the latest guest editor at Teen Vogue after her failed bid at the presidency. Quite the interesting career move, but what’s a girl to do? It looks like it is working out for her because Vogue just published some very gushy love letters to her.
In the wake of Hillary’s loss came an outpouring of support from young women around the world — celebs and civilians alike — whose lives had been forever impacted. From over 100,000 letters, here is a handful of the personal notes she received. (Read with tissues in hand!)
You changed your people, this country, this world, for the better. I’m going to do the same. The ceiling will be broken a thousand times over because of your influence. Thank you.
“Whenever I doubt myself, I think of your example: You showed me that “because it’s difficult” is no reason to stop doing something.
Maura McKeon, 23
…Dear Madame Secretary,
I wanted to take a moment to express my immense gratitude. I know I speak for millions of women when I say that my work on your campaign will always be the great pride of my life. To have the chance to support your vision for America was affirming, self-actualizing, and empowering. No matter the results of this painful election, the women (the people) that you galvanized and inspired will carry this experience for a lifetime and will continue to fight for the values you hold dear. From the bottom of my heart, battered but not broken, I thank you.
Yours in service,
Lena Dunham, 31
A few of the old reliable liberal Hollywood elites and some new ones are joining in. Looks like Hillary has successfully invaded the minds of some millennials even though she couldn’t win the presidency.