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PoC News in America

This week, we congratulate the President and the First Lady for celebrating 23 years of marriage and looking fly throughout their time together.

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Friday News Bites: Planned Parenthood Updates, Political Maneuvering + More

Greetings, unicorns, and Happy Friday. This week’s news updates are a little more entertainment-heavy at the end, but first let’s get to this week’s politics and other newsy items:

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Friday News Bites: South Sudan Unrest, Black Santa, Elizabeth Warren Regulatin’ + More

For this Friday leading into the Christmas holiday, we’ve got a mixed bag of news, but I’ll cap it all off with an amusing photo because that’s just the kind of news-giver I am.

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Just for Fun

The Platinum Pomegranate Awards 2012 (formerly: P-mag’s Smexiest People Alive)

So people have a bit of an issue with the word “smexy.” 

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You Complete Me Internet

Dispatches from Ladyblogland: Read Them for the Articles

You really should read this week’s dispatches. Why? They’ve got analysis of the sad double-standard of male and female movie stars in editorials, discussions of porn and some brainy literary discussion. But why should you really read this week’s dispatches? Because one of the articles has a delicious animated gif of Chris Hemsworth.

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Politics

A Ladyguide to Three Newly Elected Female Senators

To say that women got things done on Tuesday is an understatement. The 2012 election has yielded more women than ever before in the Senate, and all signs point to the momentum continuing. 

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News Appetizers: Hey, This Ain’t So Bad

Kittens and poodles, mittens and doodles – rejoice. This is a news week that is looking on the bright side.

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Occupy Wall Street: How About We Occupy Rape Culture?

“Our unity must be complex. Our unity must be emancipatory.” ““ Angela Davis, Oakland’s General Strike, Nov 2. “Listen, if your revolution doesn’t implicitly and explicitly include a rejection of misogyny and other intersectional marginalizations, then you’re not staging a revolution; you’re staging a change in management.” ““ Melissa McEwan