Pomegranate Magazine

POMEmag is the internet’s premier pastel, macabre feminist dork publication. Or at least, a very pastel, macabre feminist dork publication that is leaning into that identity pretty hard.

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Afternoon Snack

It’s been a while since we checked in, so we’re giving you a real Afternoon Feast this week! Buckle up! A great read about black

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Afternoon Snack

We’ve got some good things for y’all this week — excellent comics, beautiful queer communities, and a piece of sausage masquerading as a star. It doesn’t get better than this.

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Afternoon Snack

Lot goin’ on this week! Worlds collide! Shea Couleé from RuPaul’s Cinematic Universe is joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe! Rebecca Mock’s huge brain and the

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Afternoon Snack

This week we bring you mostly good vibes — beautiful new manga, beautiful horses, and beautiful aging bodies. Let’s dive in! An ICON!!! Anne Helen Peterson

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Afternoon Snack

Hello friends, Texas is essentially hell’s front porch right now, but we are still here, collecting the good internet things, and we can’t wait to share them with you as an Afternoon Snack.

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Afternoon Snack

Hello friends! Today’s afternoon snack celebrates the witches, the unions, and the and male entertainers we love, along with a few other things we found

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Afternoon Snack

Hi friends, welcome to Afternoon Snack! This week we bring you unionized games, strange SIMS things, and the dream of kickflipping your way through Hell.

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Afternoon Snack

I chimed in with a haven’t-you-people-ever-heard-of, closing the goddamn app??? No?

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Afternoon Snack

Well this week started off with a huge curveball, huh? We have collected ourselves and prepared for you a fortifying Afternoon Snack.

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Afternoon Snack

It’s the first Afternoon Snack of April! To celebrate here are some of our favorite things: from steamy dating games to collective labor strikes. Let’s

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