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In Case You Missed It: July 24-July 30 on the Skepchick Network

Got a case of the Mondays? Is your boss all over you for not having enough flair? Are you fan of awesomeness? If you answered yes to any of those questions (but especially that last one), then you should check out what went down on the Skepchick Network last week!

Mad Art Lab

A Wheelie Good Cause
Help Laurent raise money for Sense About Science!

AI: Heavy
Tell us about something awesome that has happened to you recently.

Sounds Like…But Isn’t
What the heck is a “Red Sprite?”

Teen Skepchick

All My Friends are High School Dropouts
Ali Marie argues that high school isn’t for everyone, and not finishing isn’t the end of the world.

Modern Mythology: Condoms and Sexually Transmitted Infections
Setting the record straight on the effectiveness of condoms in preventing STIs.

Teen Skepchick Interviews: Jen McCreight
The Blag Hag answers our questions.

Skepchick SE

A Negerboll the Coffee, Please! (på svenska)
A guest post puts “Elevatorgate” into historical perspective.

An Unnecessary Post About Elevators (på svenska)
Felicia explains why it’s important to discuss sexism within skepticism.

Not Cancer (på svenska)
When people confuse your alopecia with cancer.


Women as Objects (en español)
The origins of viewing women as merchandise.

Remember When You Were a Scientist? (en español)
Kids have the capacity to recognize and come up with experiments to isolate variables to get information.

Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock (en español)
Science can help you win at rock, paper, scissors.

Featured image credit: jronaldlee


Mindy is an attorney and Managing Editor of Teen Skepchick. She hates the law and loves stars. You can follow her on Twitter and on Google+.

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