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In Case You Missed It: March 4-March 10 on the Skepchick Network

Hello. It’s the Monday after the beginning of daylight saving time. I’m a little sluggish. Let’s just get into it.

Teen Skepchick

Science Sunday: This is for All the Peeps Who Failed Human Biology 101
Lady parts: How do they work? Mindy is on the case.

Medical Madness: Plague Cures Edition
Beccy explains the Black Death and what to do if you don’t want to survive it.

Double Standards of Different Situations?
Nenfea explores sexism on the political right and left.

Mad Art Lab

Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle and Hummingbirds
Amy uses photos of hummingbirds to explain some theoretical physics.

Photorealistic Portrait of Rush Limbaugh
Cloe captures the essence of the conservative radio host.

Guest Post: Mad Fish Monger Makes a Mad Art Bag
Make a bag with the Mad Fish Monger!

Skepchick SE

The Safety Net (på svenska)
Charmkvark argues that promoting alt-med mocks the actual medicine that keeps you healthy.

Environmental Board’s Decision 2.0 (på svenska)
An update on the radiation-free zones decision.

The Label Astray (på svenska)
We should spend more time talking about ideas than fighting about labels, argues Technicolor.

Escéptica

Voluntary Human Extinction (en español)
When deciding to have a child and are we really thinking things through? Pondering maternity against a ticking clock.

The Mamberry Case (en español)
Uncovering the creation and distribution of a quack remedy.

Not Another Feminist Post (en español)
The history and need for International Woman’s Day.

Queereka

Sunday School: Kink for Beginners
Rachel offers some advice for those looking to break into the kink scene.

AI: Family Issues
How do you deal with your family when they give in to the woo?

Minorities Defined
Will explains what it means to be a minority. Hint: it doesn’t have to do with numbers.

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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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