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  1. Things We Saw Today: Gabourey Sidibe’s Message to Body Shamers

    Things We Saw Today

    Slow clap it out. Via Twitter.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: A Thorgi

    Things We Saw Today

    So this isn't the first Thorgi we've ever seen. Who cares? Every day needs another Thorgi. (Neatorama)

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  3. Things We Saw Today: Princess Mononoke and Hannibal Are An Unlikely Combination

    Things We Saw Today

    Swiggity sworest, I'm the forest. By Dan Hipp. (Look in the grass. Bottom left.)

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  4. Amazon Reviewers Praise the Patriarchy-Busting Power of Wendy Davis’ Filibuster Shoes

    A Series of Fallopian Tubes

    Everyone's still buzzing over Texas State Senator Wendy Davis' epic filibuster in defense of a woman's right to choose. For good reason, too. I hope it proves to be something that people remember—and talk about, and teach their kids about—for decades to come. That enthusiasm has found a surprising outlet on the Amazon.com page for the bright red running shoes Davis wore while (literally) standing up for women's rights for a grueling 11 hours. Actually, no, it's not particularly surprising that people would leave reviews praising Mizuno Women's Wave Rider 16 Running Shoes for their ability to "outrun [the] patriarchy." This is the Internet, after all. But it's still fun.

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  5. Wendy Davis Filibusters Anti-Abortion Bill for 10 Hours Straight, Defeats It, Becomes Our Hero

    million dollar lady

    The Texan senate made headline news yesterday when Senator Wendy Davis, a Fort Worth Democrat, filibustered an anti-abortion bill for ten hours without pause, sitting, or leaning on her desk. The bill, which would serve to ban abortions 20 weeks after pregnancy and be some of the harshest abortion restrictions in the country, had been a priority of Governor Rick Perry's. With Davis' incredible filibustering and the support of pro-choice protesters, the vote was pushed into the late hours of the night, which became the early hours of the morning, and eventually blurred the line between whether or not voting took place before or after midnight-- a distinction which would define the success or failure of the legislation.

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  6. Things We Saw Today: A Chewbacca Cameo

    Things We Saw Today

    What, did you think I was talking about movies? (Fashionably Geek)

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  7. Things We Saw Today: Mondo’s New Lord of the Rings Art

    Things We Saw Today

    Mondo has introduced (and promptly sold out of, 'cause it's Mondo) two new Lord of the Rings posters: This one by comic book artist Paolo Rivera and another by Mike Sutfin. You can see the second at /Film.

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  8. Things We Saw Today: Jurassic Park, Redesigned

    Things We Saw Today

    Forget that Tyrannosaur. Everybody knows that velociraptors and kids were the real stars of Jurassic Park. (MondoTees)

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  9. Truman Capote’s Not Dead After All, So Says Google News

    Good news, everyone! It turns out Truman Capote isn't dead after all! It seems the Breakfast at Tiffany's author is alive and well, and writing articles about abortion for The New York Times, or at least that's what Google would have you believe. Google News credited the 2010 article "The New Abortion Providers" to Truman Capote, who has actually been dead since 1984. It says so right on the plaque. So what's the deal, Google? Why you trying to get my hopes up about zombie Capote coming back to life?

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  10. Things We Saw Today: Super Ladies in Sweaters, Now on Postcards

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    Hanie Mohd is back again with her lovely DC Ladies In Sweaters series. Send these to your friends, or anyone else who needs a postcard of awesome women superheros (doesn't everyone, though?). (via Etsy.)

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