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In Defense of Sister Sites

  In the comments section of Sarah’s recent call for writers for a new sister site for people with disabilities, a few commenters raised concerns that sister sites are counterproductive because they …

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Looking for Writers!

<RuPaul>Hello, hello, hello!</RuPaul> It’s that time again! A few of the sister sites on the Skepchick Network are looking for writers. Interested? All gigs at Skepchick are voluntary and provide no …

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Queereka Podcast Episode 5

The fifth episode is up! You can listen to the episode here. You can also find us on iTunes or use the RSS feed here: http://www.podcastgarden.com/podcast/podcast-rss.php?id=1127 In this episode you will …

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Is Sexual Orientation a Biological Sex Trait?

In a recent article on Neurologica, Steven Novella made the following claim: Biologically there are three aspects of sex – primary sexual characteristics (genitalia and reproductive organs) secondary sexual characteristics …

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Another Sex/Gender Controversy

In a recent blog post, Gia Milinovich responds to some of the heat she’s received for a panel she chaired for SohoSkeptics on gender. Though I don’t doubt Gia is …

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Queereka Podcast Episode 2

Cross-posted from Queereka. Thanks to Benny for the hard work getting the podcast up and running! The second episode is up! You can listen to the episode here. You can also …

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Announcing: The Queereka Podcast!

Cross-posted from Queereka! Post written by Benny. Big news! Queereka now has a podcast! I’m very excited! Click here for the first episode! You can find the feed for future …

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Why Did Almost All Answers on Quora Make My Head Explode? (Part Last)

Welcome to the final installment of “WTF is wrong with you, Slate? Why are you posting this crap?” If you haven’t already, you may want to read parts one and …

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