In Case You Missed It: January 15-January 21 on the Skepchick Network

Yo, Skepchick readers. What’s shakin’? Do you need some thought-provoking posts to start off your week? Then you’ve come to the right place! Check out what happened here on the Skepchick Network last week.

Teen Skepchick

Praxis and Thought
What is more useful, thought or action? Nenfea argues that this is a false choice.

Modern Mythology: Ace Up My Sleeve
Ali Marie discusses myths associated with asexuality.

Monkey Chimeras: What They Are, and Why They’re Cool
Vy explains these extraordinary monkeys.

Mad Art Lab

Silent Satire
Monks “sing” and YouTube doesn’t get the joke.

Reason Rally and American Atheists
Amy uses her art to highlight a couple of secular events.

Of Adobe and Eating Disorders
Even though women have it worse, everyone is held to an impossibly high beauty standard. And this is a problem, argues Ryan.

Skepchick SE

The Solution to Injustice – Get a Grip, Girls! (på svenska)
Changes to your behavior can only do so much to combat a sexist environment.

Surely a Little Objectification Harms No One? (på svenska)
Gisela explains asymmetric effects of objectification.

Kyäni – A Pyramid Scheme (på svenska)
Charmkvark explains why Kyäni is a pyramid scheme.


Is There Sexism In The Tech Industry? (en español)
Lulú talks abut the controversy over the “booth babes” and models working at CES 2012.

A Ghost Story (en español)
Andrés tells the story of the time he saw a ghost as a kid and how he found out what really happened.

Vegetarianism, Yes or No? (en español)
Crareify explores the arguments for a vegetarian or vegan diets.


Sunday School: On Bondage
Rachel answers a question on the prevalence of bondage in the queer community and its psychological effects.

AI: TV Shows
On the heals of the cancellation of Work It, Aretha asks what TV shows you would bring back and which ones you would delete from history.

Coming Out Stories: Burdens and Resistance
Will shares his story of coming out to his parents.

Featured image credit: Lars P.


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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