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It’s the Sundaylies! Overthinking Harry Potter, Learning the Lessons of History, Discussing Your Trump Fears with Kids, and more!

Sunday Funny: A reasonable idea (via Poorly Drawn Lines) Teen Skepchick Speak your Mind: Thanksgiving Come on, y’all! Give us your opinions on Thanksgiving. Mad Art Lab Music of the …

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The History of American Women in Congress and Widow’s Succession

In only one week, the US could be electing into office our first woman president but also our second Clinton president. Going all the way back to Hillary Clinton’s first presidential …

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Science is Missing Out

In a society where sexism is so deeply ingrained in our culture, a lot of it goes by undetected and unchecked. Today I watched the 8th episode of Cosmos: A …

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Lady Astronomers Can’t Get a Break

We talk a lot about the kinds of sexist issues that women have to deal with, especially in the sciences. I’ve seen over the last few years some pretty, eh, …

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ICYMI: October 13 – October 19 on the Skepchick Network

Teen Skepchick The Physics Philes, lesson 69: Hooke’s Law, Line, and Sinker Mindy explains Hooke’s law and how it relates to stresses and strains. 17-Year-Old Made to Receive Blood Transfusions …

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ICYMI: March 17 – March 23 on the Skepchick Network

Stop! Stop whatever you’re doing! I guarantee* it’s not as important as catching up on Skepchick Network posts! * Guarantee void in all places in the universe ever. Teen Skepchick …

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ICYMI: November 4 – November 10 on the Skepchick Network

It was a wild weekend at SkeptiCon. But never fear. I have still managed to read and compile some of the Skepchick Network hits from last week. Enjoy. I’m gonna …

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Alan Turing: computing pioneer, codebreaker, gay icon

This post was written by Courtney and is cross-posted from Queereka.   Today, the 23rd of May, marks exactly one month until the centenary of Alan Turing’s birth. Events have …

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