Great news: First bisexual U.S. senator sworn in

Great news: First bisexual U.S. senator sworn in
Kyrsten Sinema (Image: YouTube screen grab)

[Ed. – TMI, one would think.  But you can’t beat this author’s name. Not even with a stick.]

Kyrsten Sinema and Martha McSally made history Thursday, becoming the first two women from Arizona sworn into the U.S. Senate.

Sinema made even more history than that, becoming the first openly bisexual person in the Senate.

So, naturally, everyone talked about her dress.

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OK, maybe not everyone. But a lot of people on social media took note of Sinema’s outfit, which a non-fashion expert can best describe as a pink coat worn over a sleeveless white blouse with matching bracelet and flower-print skirt; she also wore a fur-looking thingamajig over her shoulders for the actual swearing-in.

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