Meta Stuff

Skepchick Sundaylies! First Aid Tampons, Art Restoration with Nanotech, Teaching Sex Ed, and much more!

Sunday Funny: Presumptive Nominee (via Scenes from the Multiverse) Teen Skepchick A Small Step for Feminism in the Workplace Elizabeth, who works in tech, takes a stand for women in …

READ MORE →
Meta Stuff

Skepchick Sundaylies! Bland Produce, Better Ways to Modify Behavior, and Teaching Children to Own Their Bodies and Choices

I’m back from collecting mushrooms for the Skepchick annual stir-fry! Did I actually bring back any mushrooms? Ah, no. I don’t remember much after I was enveloped in a mysterious …

READ MORE →
Meta Stuff

Skepchick Sundaylies! DIY Goat Milk Formula, Natural History Science Theater, and the Atlanta Science Festival

Sunday Funny: I’ll pray for you. (via Cyanide and Happiness) Teen Skepchick Science Festival! Atlanta! March 19-26 Elizabeth recommends getting your science on in Atlanta this week. Mad Art Lab …

READ MORE →
Meta Stuff

Skepchick Sundaylies! The Future of Cosplay, Hidden Curriculum, and the Post-Apocalyptic World of Little Einsteins

Sunday Funny: Gender Stereotypes – The Game! (via SMBC) Teen Skepchick Who You Gonna Call? Someone is really excited about the new Ghostbusters movie. Mad Art Lab Mad Art Cast …

READ MORE →
Meta Stuff

Skepchick Sundaylies! with the NPR Masculinity Police, Parenting Kids of a Certain Age, and a Plea to Stop Exorcising Ted Cruz

Sunday Funny: Stargazing (via xkcd) Teen Skepchick Exorcisms and Agency Even Ted Cruz doesn’t deserve an exorcism. Mad Art Lab Why Are There NPR Music Reporters Who Need to Police …

READ MORE →
Meta Stuff

Skepchick Sundaylies! with Art Crimes, CDC Alcohol Recommendations, and Uber Branding

Sunday Funny: Do gods exist? (via Cyanide & Happiness) Teen Skepchick In Which I am to Organize my Life Around the Possibility of Pregnancy Elizabeth wishes we could stop putting …

READ MORE →
Meta Stuff

Skepchick Sundaylies, with Biodynamic Wine, Student Evaluations, and Eating Your Placenta

Sunday Funny: The Future will still have cheat days. (via Poorly Drawn Lines) Teen Skepchick Sex Ed with James Dobson: Feelings, Nothing More Than Feelings. With Bonus Rigid Gender Roles. …

READ MORE →
Meta Stuff

Skepchick Sundaylies, with Online Anonymity, (Not) Losing Weight with Acupuncture, and Sophie Germain’s Minimized Mathematical Contributions

Sunday Funny: But have you tried taquitos? (via SMBC) Teen Skepchick Anonymity Online Manatee discusses the reasons for online anonymity. Mad Art Lab Primal Screams: Sophie Germain’s Mathematical Labors (Women …

READ MORE →