8 Things You Need To Know This AM — Jun 02 2015

Photo: Courtesy of Vanity Fair.
No shame in her game: Lauren Conrad announced that "body-shaming terms" will be banned from her website. (Us Weekly)
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Best job, ever? This start-up takes you out of the office to work remotely — while traveling the world — for a year. (Yahoo Travel)
Caitlyn Jenner will make her first public appearance at the ESPYs — where she'll receive the Arthur Ashe Courage Award — on June 15. (UPROXX)
Mindy Kaling opened up about her book deal with B. J. Novak...kind of. "We don't know that much about it," she said (Vanity Fair)
Vince Vaughn has some very strong opinions about the right to bear arms: "Banning guns is like banning forks in an attempt to stop making people fat." (British GQ)
Shock me, shock me. According to an annual human behavior poll, the number of Americans who find polygamy and human cloning "morally acceptable" has risen by at least 5% since 2011. (Gallup)
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This week, Amazon's series Transparent will post gender-neutral stickers on the doors of single-stall bathrooms in restaurants around Los Angeles as apart of its first Emmy campaign. (Deadline)
Due to creative differences with the studio, Sofia Coppola is no longer directing the live-action The Little Mermaid. (Variety)
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