ICYMI: April 8-April 14 on the Skepchick Network

Oh hello! I didn't see you there. Please, please, do come in. Make yourself comfortable. You take the comfy chair. No, no! I insist! I'll go make you some tea and you can just put your feet up and find out what you missed last week on the Skepchick Network.

Teen Skepchick

Braaaains! Being a Skeptical Mental Health Services Consumer
Need help choosing a mental health doctor? Kate has some advice.

Banning Burqas?
Beccy explores the consequences of banning Muslim clothing.

On the Boob: Breastfeeding (In Public)
Elly discusses a new Seattle law on breastfeeding.

Mad Art Lab

Sunday Morning Illusion
Ryan provides another example of how your brain likes to play tricks on you.

The Little Universe, episode 2
More adventures of Bep, Steve the rabbit, Goldie the cat, and Amy the goldfish!

Skepchick SE

Shit Happens (på svenska)
Sometimes horrible things happen to people, and that sucks. But there is nothing you can do about it.

Have You Heard This Before? Yes, I Have. (på svenska)
Charmkvark again takes on Birro, purveyor of asshattery.


The March of Pokemons and Disinformation (en español)
A guest post about the power of an image and what it can and cannot tell you about evolution.

Asimov and Feminism (en español)
Lulú introduces us to Isaac Asimov's feminist writings.

Glow-in-the-Dark Soldiers (en español)
How bugs, not magic, could have been the cause of the glowing wounds on Civil War soldiers.


Everything is Permitted
Cheyenne explains how one video game illustrates the ways in which we wipe women from history.

Trans Position
Yessenia on how cissexism infiltrates even the most open-minded circles.

13 Myths and Misconceptions about Asexual People: Part One and Two
Courtney sets the record straight on asexuality.

Featured image credit: Antonio Jesus Villarán López


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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