ICYMI: April 22-April 28 on the Skepchick Network

Hello, you intelligent and beautiful Skepchick readers! I know exactly what you need to kick off your week. MOAR SKEPCHICK NETWORK. As you wish.

Teen Skepchick

Sexism 101: Sports Edition
There's nothing sexier than an athlete in a skirt. While boxing?

The Great Bristol Data Mountain
Alex explains the Children of the 90s Project on its 21st birthday.

Teen Skepchick Interviews: Sadiqah, Part 3
Part 3 of Teen Skepchick's interview with a feminist ex-Muslim.

Mad Art Lab

Guest Post: An Interview with Atheist Musician Shelley Segal
Blogger Emily Dietle interviews the singer/songwriter.

Not-So-Good Vibrations
Play the Crystal Healing Bingo and let Seelix vaccinate you against woo.

What's That Guy Doing with That Stick?
Smashley explains what the heck a conductor does.

Skepchick SE

Anyone Looking to Find (på svenska)
Mild Powers on having God on your side.

Help, I'm Vegan! (på svenska)
You don't have to be insufferable to be a vegan.


A Lazy Sunday and a Persian Poet (en español)
Lulú talks about the poet Omar Khayyam and enjoying life without belief in the supernatural.

Who are you? (en español)
A guest post about why people are reluctant to report crimes in the Latino community in the US.

Contraception Without Contraceptives (en español)
Silvia tells us about the ovulation tests being sold as contraceptives


Coming Out Stories: Tiptoeing Out of the Closet
Courtney shares her story of coming out as asexual.

Dreaming of Post-Queer Times
Will doesn't like it when people try to erase identities.

The Queerview Mirror: Tomboy
Aretha reviews the 2011 French movie, Tomboy.

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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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One Comment

  1. “Hello, you intelligent and beautiful Skepchick readers!”

    I may be the former type of Skepchick reader but I’m definately NOT the latter!

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