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Skepchick Sundaylies! Just the Facts, Psychoneuroimmunology, MOOCs, and Kim Kardashian

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Sunday Funny: Landing (via xkcd)

Teen Skepchick

The Physics Philes, lesson 119: Turn Up the Heat
After several weeks off, Mindy is back with a brand new Physics Philes!

DBT Skills: Use That Skepticism
Don’t be afraid to use your skeptical superpowers on yourself.

Escéptica

Introduction to Pseudoscience: Psychoneuroimmunology (en español)
Elara talks about how people combined a bunch of scientific concepts from various disciplines, made strange connections, some leaps of logic, and came up with a tongue-twister of a pseudoscience.

School of Doubt

Dashing Hopes and Dreams
When “future doctors” don’t pass intro to bio, Apostrophobia has to be the one to tell them that medicine isn’t in the cards.

Lessons for Veteran’s Day and Beyond
Jennifer has found a surprisingly good teaching resource from the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation.

MOOCs, A High School Teacher’s Perspective
Keith enrolled in some MOOCs to learn some programming and relates his experiences.

Grounded Parents

Sexy Feminist Mamas Support Kim Kardashian
Whatever you might think of Kim Kardashian, just because she is a mom does not mean that she cannot take sexy pictures. Steph takes that attitude to task and posts some sexy pics of herself and some fellow moms.

Bath And Body Worked Over: Don’t Keep My Kid Out of Your Shitty Store
This week, 17 special needs students were on a field trip at their local mall and they were kicked out of the Bath and Body Works. The manager at the store didn’t want the kids there because he didn’t think they were going to buy anything and they were going to mess up his customer count (from the automatic sensors at the door). Katie responds.

Not That Kind of Parent: The Problem With Lena Dunham
Jenny talks about the recent allegations concerning Lena Dunham and double standards.

Featured image credit: Jeff Geerling via Flickr

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1 Comments

  1. ‘Confidence’ is not a virtue all by itself. Whether Kim Kardashian is a mother, or poses for images with racist antecedents, or has a nice ass, doesn’t mean that there is any reason I should EVER have heard of her.

    Women who write, and teach, and speak out against violence and misogyny. These women, I hope, have ‘confidence.’ Confidence about something that actually MATTERS.

    Yes, it IS free speech, sort of. But that doesn’t make it ‘entitled’ speech, any more than crazy racists and homophobes have any ‘right’ to expect their driveling to be seen by anyone.

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