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Feminism

Cross-post: The Perennial Problem of Gendered Dress Codes

Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared at Grounded Parents and is written by Cerys Gruffyydd. If you want to leave a comment, please click through the link at the bottom.  …

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Quickies

Quickies: Trigger Warnings, Books About Abortion, and Nicki Minaj’s Wax Figure

A Quick Puzzle to Test Your Problem Solving – “A short game sheds light on government policy, corporate America and why no one likes to be wrong.” (I know this puzzle …

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Meta Stuff

ICYMI: June 30 – July 6 on the Skepchick Network

I know, I know. I got this post up late. I’m sorry. I know you were lost without me. But I got back from SkepchickCON at 2:00 in the morning, …

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Random Asides

Twix Helps Dicks Get Chicks?

(I wrote this flippant piece back in December 2011 but didn’t post it for some reason. But what else am I going to do with it? It’s just been staring …

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Skepticism

Honest Marketing: The Wheel With Handles

Skepchick reader Ooxman sent us this video as an example of that rare beast, the totally honest ad for those who are skeptical of health and exercise marketing. Bonus: it’s …

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Religion

Hair Ad Banned For Being “Offensive to Religion”

Despite the recent abolishment of UK blasphemy laws (blas for me, blas for you, blas for everyone!), the Advertising Standards Authority is still taking a dim view of marketing which …

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Religion

Hair Ad Banned For Being "Offensive to Religion"

Despite the recent abolishment of UK blasphemy laws (blas for me, blas for you, blas for everyone!), the Advertising Standards Authority is still taking a dim view of marketing which …

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