George Clooney is a married man.
You might have heard.
One of the world’s most famous and eligible bachelors finally tied the knot when he exchanged vows with Lebanese-born English barrister and New York litigation attorney Amal Alamuddin.
The world’s best coverage of the event came from The Business Woman Media, which reported the story this way:
“Internationally acclaimed barrister Amal Alamuddin marries an actor.”
That, my friends, is how diversity and equality happen. When we start changing our perspective. When we stop equating status with importance. When names fade into teams, when fame dissolves into partnerships, when everyone’s contribution is judged not on sex or race, age or social standing, but on actual merits.
Welcome to a world of possibility.
I’m sure Amal Alamuddin and her husband would approve.
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