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ICYMI: May 20-May 26 on the Skepchick Network

It’s that time again. That time to throw off the carefree cape of the weekend and put on the responsibility top hat of the work week. Or, if you have today off, make some mimosas and enjoy your life. Either way, your week must begin with these selections from the Skepchick Network.

Teen Skepchick

Atheist Spirituality: Does It Exist?
Vy contends that atheists can indeed be spiritual without being hypocrites.

Speech! Speech! Speech!
Mox exposes the restrictions on speech freedoms in her home country, Singapore.

Teen Skepchick Interviews: Shree Bose
Melanie talks to the Google Global Science Fair winner.

Mad Art Lab

The Little Universe, Episode 5
The latest installment of Laurent’s delightful book.

What is a Cross between a Leotard and a TARDIS? A LeoTARDIS!
Possibly the best Doctor Who-derived art project on the Internet.

Painting with Microbobes
Support science and get your name written in bacteria!

Skepchick SE

Nah, You’re Wrong (på svenska)
Charmkvark takes on ridiculous assertions about atheists, humanists, and homeopathy.

Nobody Loves a UFO, Right? (på svenska)
What happened to all the UFO talk of the 1990s?

Rebecca Watson on Evolutionary Psychology (på svenska)
Technicolor interviews the Skepchick Network’s fearless leader.

Escéptica

Equality Behind the Wheel (en español)
Silvia goes through the male vs. female driver car accidents stats.

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Science, but Were Afraid to Ask (en español)
Lucy will help you understand some of the problems you’ll encounter when pursuing a Ph.D.

The Importance of Disagreeing (en español)
Ileana tells us we should politely confront those around us who are using or praising quackery.

Queereka

Ta-Ta Tatas! Part 1 and Part 2
Guest posts from Awkward Turtles on getting a mastectomy.

Alan Turing: Computing Pioneer, Codebreaker, Gay Icon
Courtney explains why you should know about Alan Turing.

An Object Lesson: Part 1
Cheyenne unpacks a recent study on the objectification of women.

Featured image credit: Keoni Cabral

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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