caroline-murphy

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Vogue U.S.

Mayo, 2015.

Editorial “Blurred Lines”.

Bill Skarsgard, Christopher Owens, Amanda Murphy, Baptiste Radufe, Caroline Trentini, Fei Fei Sun, Imaan Hammam, Julia Hafstrom, Lucky Blue Smith, Maartje Verhoef, Mica Arganaraz, Ondria Hardin y Vanessa Axente fotografiados por Patrick Demarchelier y estilizados por Tonne Goodman.

Carolyn Murphy, Liya Kebede, Coco Rocha, Kristen McMenamy, Amber Valletta, Linda Evangelista, Gisele Bundchen, Naomi Campbell, Guinevere Van Seenus, Natalia Vodianova, Stella Tennant, Karen Elson, Christy Turlington, Agyness Deyn and Steven Meisel by Steven Meisel for Vogue US (May 2009)

❝And so I am forever grateful that I am gay. Truly. For one, my partner is gay, and so that works out great. She’s my soul mate, my wife. Marriage or not, that’s what God told me. But as wonderful as our relationship is, the reason I am truly grateful for being gay is that it forced me to put the books down and talk to God directly. And in so doing, two things became clear and loud and real and the bar by which I hope every decision I now make is made: God is Love, and God is everything – not theoretically, but literally, practically, experientially. And I almost missed it. If things had gone my way, I would’ve missed it. I would have sat in my celibate cell mistaking superstition for spirituality and treating prayer as an obsessive-compulsive tic. I live today in a world of miracles and grace and wonder, and the only temptation that threatens me is the temptation to place finite human traits onto what is Unconditional and Infinite.❞