In an attempt to persuade you to peruse these highlights from June 5-11, I present a haiku:

This week on Skepchick:
Dragons, zombies, and gay rights.
In case you missed it.

Mad Art Lab

The Documentary as Propaganda
Chebutykin reviews the documentary The Cove.

Science is Beautiful
Katy discusses the benefits of the beauty of science.

The Dragons of Malaysia
Ryan creates a dragon skeleton out of chicken and turkey bones.

Teen Skepchick

Logic Me This: Begging the Question
Nenfea makes sure you use the phrase “begs the question” correctly.

Suspension of Disbelief: Wasting Away (aka Aaah! Zombies!!)
Mindy reviews the unique zombie comedy, Wasting Away.

One Day in Taniwha…
Lauren discusses how mythical animals still effect construction in the modern day.

Skepchick SE

Post-Pride Depression, Pseudoscience and Standards (original Swedish) and Pride – A Privilege (original Swedish)
Technicolor and Felicia both have a take on LGBTQ rights from a skeptical and humanist perspective.

The Challenge! (original Swedish)
Kaylee invites you to follow her four-week quest to get in shape.

What Could Be a Platform for Students? (original Swedish)
Charmkvark on what it means to be a child in poverty.

Featured image credit: jimw

Mindy

Mindy

Mindy is an attorney and Managing Editor of Teen Skepchick. She hates the law and loves stars. You can follow her on Twitter and on Google+.

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