Steve the cat and his lambs
Quickies

Quickies: Trans lives, the privilege of running, and feminine Pokemon

The tragic deaths and magnificent lives of trans people – “Even if the larger public does not worry about or account for our deaths, the trans community holds these losses. …

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Grey cat
Quickies

Quickies: If catcalls were compliments, fake police, and power poses

If catcalls were really just compliments – “If catcalls were compliments, the intent would be to uplift the other person and not uplift your own sense of power and sexual …

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Big Thunder Mountain roller coaster
Quickies

Quickies: Kidney stones, sinister seductresses, and gender neutral dress codes

Kidney stones? Science suggests heading to Disney World – “With the help of a 3D printed model kidney and a backpack, new research published today backs up the notion of …

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cornfield
Quickies

Quickies: The science of chronic fatigue, actors with disabilities in Hollywood, and corn mazes

How bad science misled millions with chronic fatigue syndrome – “The analysis shows that if you’re already getting standard medical care, your chances of being helped by the treatments are, …

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Tardigrade
Quickies

Quickies: Tardigrades, editing DNA, and “failed marriages”

Angelina’s divorce shows how “failed marriages” are failing us – “With longer lives, people and their priorities change. If you can only count to living well until 40, then getting …

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Quickies

Quickies: Women atheists, girl activism, and Terrible Men

Women atheists are genuinely considered monsters – “A lot of times, secularists want to imagine themselves as wonderful progressives in a really pure and clear way—that they’ve been on the …

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flowers
Skepticism

Quickies: African American history museum, new Librarian of Congress, and harassment at Apple

Why does the FDA still discriminate against men who have sex with men – “The California legislature ended their session last week by calling on President Obama to compel the …

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Australia
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Quickies: Paleolithic ax debunks myths, teachers, and having your voice heard

Paleolithic ax debunks colonialist myth – “Stone tools from the earliest occupation periods in Australia have previously been interpreted as simple and unsophisticated compared to those found elsewhere dating to …

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