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ICYMI: Frances Allen, Rooster Talkin’, Marriage Traditions, Rape Media, and “Intellectual Snobbery”

ICYMI: Frances Allen, Rooster Talkin’, Marriage Traditions, Rape Media, and “Intellectual Snobbery”

Teen Skepchick Fair Lady of Computer Science Who Kicks Ass For Women’s History Month, Elisheba gushes about Frances Allen. The Sexualization of YA Fiction Olivia argues that young adult fiction, especially with a female protagonist, focuses too much on a narrow array of relationships and a limited view of sexuality. Poetry and Gender What is gender’s place in feminism? Mad Art Lab Caro... »

The Memory of Water

The Memory of Water

This post was originally posted over on Mad Art Lab and serves as your periodic reminder to visit the Lab to see what happens when you mix artists, critical thinkers and scientists together. (Hint: You get something awesome.) Now please enjoy my interpretation, both in text and in paint of The Memory of Water. ______________ The main premise behind the practice of homeopathy is that water has a me... »

ICYMI: January 5 – January 11 on the Skepchick Network

ICYMI: January 5 – January 11 on the Skepchick Network

Teen Skepchick Science Sunday: Eavesdropping on Computers for Fun and Profit Elisheba discusses a new paper that analyzes the noises created by computers. How Our Stance on Bullying Echoes the Adult World Grimallkin has noticed parallels between how we handle bullying and the criminal justice system, and it’s not flattering. The United States: Where Men are Men and Women are Girls It’s... »

ICYMI: December 22 – December 28 on the Skepchick Network

ICYMI: December 22 – December 28 on the Skepchick Network

Teen Skepchick The Physics Philes, lesson 79: That’s So Derivative Mindy continues learning about simple harmonic motion, with a brief calculus review. Skepticism as Survival It doesn’t fix everything, but skepticism has been a powerful tool in Grimalkin’s fight against depression. The Implications of Santa’s Race By pitting White Santa vs Black Santa, we’re ignoring ... »

ICYMI: September 8 – September 14 on the Skepchick Network

ICYMI: September 8 – September 14 on the Skepchick Network

Teen Skepchick The Physics Philes, lesson 64: Equilibrium in Two Easy Steps! Ever wonder why buildings don’t fall down? It has to do with equilibrium. Critical Fandom: Helpless and Slutty Eddy analyzes two nefarious tropes that hold female characters back. Feminism Made Me an Atheist Olivia has always been a feminist, and it was feminism that lead her into atheism and skepticism. Mad Art Lab... »

ICYMI: June 30 – July 6 on the Skepchick Network

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, and I was so very tired. But fear not! I’m here now, awake and refreshed and ready to provide you with the Skepchick sister sight nourishment you need. Teen Skepchick The Pseudoscience of Victim Blaming 3: Legitimate Rape Bad science and pseudosc... »

ICYMI: January 27 – February 2 on the Skepchick Network

ICYMI: January 27 – February 2 on the Skepchick Network

Howdy, Skepchick-ers. Hang on to your hats, because you’re going to blown away by what I’ve got in store for you today. BLOWN. AWAY. Teen Skepchick Science Sunday: The Diversity of Animal Sex Animals copulate in a variety of ways. Ine teaches us about a few. Oscillo: Old Mistakes, Modern Myths Kate warns you not to fall for this bogus flu cure. Giant Eagles – Could Gandalf’... »

ICYMI: October 14 – October 20 on the Skepchick Network

ICYMI: October 14 – October 20 on the Skepchick Network

Good morning! It’s time to arise, brush your teeth, and read the awesome posts you missed last week on the Skepchick Network. »

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