ICYMI: July 22-July 28 on the Skepchick Network

You guys, I have Olympic Fever! It’s time every four years when I pretend to care about cycling and beach volleyball! Go team! Score all the sports points! Insert otherwise totally inappropriate patriotic slogan here! Maybe in between pole vaults and pommel horses you could catch up on what happened last week on the Skepchick Network.

Teen Skepchick

A Fracturing Movement
Nenfea implores members of the skeptic community to listen to each other.

What a Waste: Capitalism at its Best
Elly does her own experiment on how much food is wasted at her job.

Woo is for Women?
Eddy has a problem with how magazines target women and men.

Mad Art Lab

Creative Dissonance Episode 3 – My Stilt Kitchen
Ryan makes pizza from scratch while on stilts.

Skeptic Art from Jill
Former Skepchick contributor Jill drew some awesome pictures for us.

Sunday Morning Illusions
Have fun with this collection of illusions.


Until Death Do Us Part (en español)
A Catholic organization in Spain is proposing a new type of marriage good Catholics could opt into that would make it almost impossible for those couples to divorce.

Faith (Doesn’t) Move Mountains (en español)
A store that sells religious and santería merchindise clearly tells its costumers that their products are not guaranteed to work beyond what their own faith makes them believe they do. It’s still in business.

Don’t Talk To Me About Morals (en español)
While all eyes are on the economy, the Spanish government is trying to restrict abortion rights. Silvia is not happy about it.


It’s All About Choice
Will discusses the element of choice in wearing the burqa or hijab.

Different Comedians Have Different Styles, You See…
Yessenia thinks that all the rape threats is an indication that MRA-types are losing ground.

Queer Health: New HIV Preventions
Rimi provides an overview of some new products that help prevent the transmission of HIV.


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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