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It’s the Sundaylies! With James Dobson’s Sex Ed, Swiss Army Hairclip, the Silver Lining of Donald Trump, and Gender Neutral Toilets

Sunday Funny: Science Communication (via The Upturned Microscope) Teen Skepchick Sex Ed with James Dobson: In Which We will Most Certainly Drive the Metaphorical Car of Our Life Off a …

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It’s the Sundaylies, with Science Paper Dolls, What it Means to be Queer, and Gender Policing Children

Sunday Funny: Agree to disagree? (via Cyanide and Happiness) Mad Art Lab Mad Art Cast: Art and Astronomy with Special Guest Maki Naro! Learn about the Mauna Kea telescope and …

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Skepchick Sundaylies, with Middle School Freak-Out, How Ladies Should Speak, and Photoshopping Frida Kahlo

A few hours late (what do you want from me, it was a holiday weekend!) but totally worth it. Sunday Funny: Never tell him the odds. (via The Gentleman’s Armchair) …

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Skepchick Sundaylies, with Orange is the New Black, Women on Money, and Nuclear Shell Theory

Sunday Funny: Saint Cecilia, Dying (via Hark! A Vagrant.) Mad Art Lab Quantizing the Nucleus: Maria Goeppert-Mayer and the Creation of Nuclear Shell Theory “How does radioactive decay know when …

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It’s the Sundaylies, with the Evolution of Sex, How Medicine Gets Approved, and the Weaker Sex

Sunday Funny: Man Tax (via Manfeels Park) Teen Skepchick The Evolution of Sex Alice explores the ways in which sex, from a biological perspective, is so confusing. Mad Art Lab …

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It’s the Sundaylies, with a Little Scientology, a Pinch of Sexual Assault Prevention, and a Dash of Pink Robots

Sunday Funny: Schlub Actually (via Tree Lobsters!) Mad Art Lab Computing Venus: The Astronomy of Maria Mitchell Meet the woman who put American astronomy on the map. Mad Art Cast: …

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Sundaylies with the Flame Test, Operation Pi, “Poised and Articulate” Teachers, and Owning Guns while Parenting

Sunday Funny: Full-Spectrum Bulbs (via Tree Lobsters) Teen Skepchick How Things Don’t Work: Dancing for a Cause Edition Elizabeth learns the difference between promoting a cause and promoting yourself. Mad …

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Skepchick Sundaylies! Surprise Evangelism, Cellular Galaxy, Mrs. Man’s Name, and Making a Science Fair Worth It

Sunday Funny: Why is the sky blue? (via SMBC) Teen Skepchick The Physics Philes, lesson 131: Popcorn Physics Mindy continues trudging through heat and energy by studying the first law …

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