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It’s the Skepchick Sundaylies, with James Dobson’s Sex Ed, Lady Viagra, Spaced Repetition System, and Breastfeeding Myths

Sunday Funny: Supernatural Selection. (via Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal)

Teen Skepchick

New Book Series! Sex Ed with James Dobson
Elizabeth is back to reading terrible books so you don’t have to! This time it’s James Dobson’s Preparing for Adolescence: Straight Talk to Teens and Parents.

Mad Art Lab

Mad Art Cast: Lady Viagra Quickie
It just so happens that one of our hosts was a clinical researcher on Viagra and she has a few words to say about the new “pink pill.”

School of Doubt

Learning with Spaced Repetition
Dan’s been using a Spaced Repetition System as a study aid for Japanese. Here’s how it’s been working.

A Skeptatic Dialogue, Part 4
More from Quentis and Firmatio in the penultimate episode of Jay’s Dialogue.

Grounded Parents

Bust a Myth: Breastfeeding Advocates Need to Stop Using this Statistic!
Breastfeeding seems easy, right? Well, it’s not. And when you have a new baby, there are so many things happening, and in the middle of it all, you are likely to have breastfeeding problems. Professionals like to give new moms the following statistic: Only 1-5% of women can’t breastfeed, so you should just try harder, because the odds are in your favor. And when you can’t breastfeed (and you want to), that statistic can make you feel like shit. Steph takes it apart and talks about why the statistic is harmful and actually may not even be true.

Spoiler Alert: Summer Movie Review
Lou reviews Inside Out, Ant Man, and Minions. It’s definitely worth a read if you’re on the fence about seeing any of these films.

Gwyneth Goes to Washington: 5 Reasons She Wants to Label GMOs
Gwyneth Paltrow isn’t an expert–she’s just a well-meaning celebrity mom! That’s why she is well-informed enough to tell your her opinions about GMOs and GMO-labeling. Jenny writes about her recent visit to Washington to talk to the Senate.

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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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