Hello, you beautiful Skepchick readers. Are you ready to catch up on what you missed last week on the Skepchick network? You should be, because you missed a lot. And it’s awesome.

Teen Skepchick

To Tattoo or Not to Tattoo
Olivia ponders getting another tattoo.

Not in Science, Not in School
Acupuncture and other pseudoscience have no place in a university setting.

The “Truth” About Contraception
Elly sacrifices some brain cells while debunking a religious sex ed video.

Mad Art Lab

The Biological (Im)plausibility of Dragons
Elfinn busts our dragon fantasy bubble.

Sketchnoting Adventures – Anatomy Sketchbook
Katie learns anatomy through drawing.

Chocolate and the Nobel Prize
Will eating chocolate get you a Nobel Prize? (Hint: No.)


Grandpa and the Winged Men from the Moon (en español)
Juan talks about his grandfather’s love for science and science fiction.

Reasoning Like a Soccer Player or the Teachings of Carlos Caszely (en español)
Chilean soccer player Carlos Caszely famously said “I don’t have to agree with what I think” and became the butt of jokes. Actually, he may be on to something.


AI: Back in the Closet
Have you had to keep hiding your sexuality, even though you’re “out?”

AI: Stress Relief
What stresses you out, and how do you deal with it?

Featured image credit: epSos.de



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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