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ICYMI: June 9 – June 15 on the Skepchick Network

Hello again! You can delay your responsibilities for just a little bit so you can catch up on Skepchick Network posts, right? I’m pretty sure that’s what Mondays are for.

Teen Skepchick

Weddings: I Have to Do What?
Katie did some research on marriage traditions. She did not like what she found.

Ken Ham: Children are Belongings
Despite what a certain young-Earth creationist would have you believe, children don’t belong to anybody.

Navigating Sexuality in Young Adulthood
Olivia gives some advice on how teens can explore their burgeoning sexuality.

Mad Art Lab

Justice
Amy shares her social justice inspired art.

Feeling Alive via Skydive!
Gigi’s husband went skydiving. Why would anyone want to do such a thing?

Creative Dissonance Episode 8 – Didgeridoodling
Ryan explains why he thinks this video series is important. Also, he blows into a big tube.

Skepchick SE

The Psychotherapeutical Religion (på svenska)
Technicolor (Skepchick.se’s resident psychologist) writes about the unwillingness of Swedish psychologists to adopt evidence-based methods.

No One’s Tip-Toeing Around (på svenska)
Felicia attempts to explain how not being rude can make the world a better place, by, for instance, not further marginalizing already marginalized groups.

Escéptica

The Girls With the Girls (en español)
It seems like lady-legos are now from a different species than regular legos.

Queereka

AI: Soundtracks
What sort of personal soundtracks do you have?

Skepchick Norge

Voting for 100 Years! (på norsk)
Veronica celebrates a century of women’s suffrage in Norway.

School of Doubt

Sensational: It’s the Secular Student Alliance
For the secular-minded teacher and student, Tori recommends getting involved with SSA.

Girl-Type Graduates! Congratulations! Now Go Make Babies Like Proper Lady People!
A high school commencement speaker encourages conservative Christian gender norms. DrShell doesn’t like it.

The Atheist Academic II: I Which I Am Thrown into Professional Development Hell
Tori thought she signed up for a professional development seminar. It was actually a two day theology lesson.

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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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