Skepchick Sundaylies! First Aid Tampons, Art Restoration with Nanotech, Teaching Sex Ed, and much more!
Sunday Funny: Presumptive Nominee (via Scenes from the Multiverse)
A Small Step for Feminism in the Workplace
Elizabeth, who works in tech, takes a stand for women in her office.
Mad Art Cast: Modern Day Art Restoration Using Nanotechnology
The Gang learns about the newest problems and solutions in protecting artworks.
The Billion Roads From Here to There: The Graph Theory Combinatorics of Fan Chung
Dale tells us the story of one of the greatest mathematicians of our time, Fan Chung.
NHST – Time Turner
How Prisoner of Azkaban should have ended.
Sex Ed: Teaching Consent
Giliell discusses her experiences teaching sex ed.
Science Is My Scaffolding: Why I Won’t Share That Robyn O’Brien Post
Robyn O’Brien wrote a popular post about treating people with allergies with more kindness, and she is absolutely right about that. However, O’Brien is a known peddler of misinformation and pseudoscience, and Jenny (who has children with allergies) calls her out on it.
Weekend Reads: Don’t Spank Your Kids, Quiet Revolution, and #Give Elsa a Girlfriend
In Lou’s weekly links, he writes, “The American College of Pediatricians is a conservative advocacy group that you shouldn’t confuse with The American Academy of Pediatrics , in fact the Southern Poverty Law Center considers them a hate group. Think Progress is taking none of their shit this week with this story… Hate Group Masquerading as Pediatricians Attacks Transgender Youth.”
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