ICYMI: September 9 – September 15 on the Skepchick Network

Guys, the news is terrible. Don’t read the news. Put down the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, or whatever fancy pants newspaper you read in the morning. Just sidle on up to your computer and check out what you missed last week on the Skepchick Network.

Teen Skepchick

All That Bloody Woo
Did you know that your blood type controls the way you behave? Oh wait. It doesn’t.

The Origins of Vertebrates Part 1: Let There Be Life
Ever wonder where your backbone comes from? Eddy is on the case.

Words and Actions
Words have power with consequences that we need to accept.

Mad Art Lab

Where Did All the Iszi Go?
Iszi’s been absent from MAL for a while, but she was making something awesome.

Anne demonstrates the art of sketchnoting.

Dragon*Con 2013 – Costuming Lessons Learned
Seelix critiques here own con costumes.


The “Good Savage” Fallacy (en español)
No, isolated peoples are not better off without modern science.

Wanting Sex (en español)
The history of the search for aphrodisiacs.

ENCODE and the Creationist (en español)
Why creationists like the idea of junk DNA not existing and why they are wrong.


Self-Defense: Now Available in Pink!
Women need to know how to fight. Like really fight.

The Enemy Within: Part 1
Cheyenne explores the effects of persistent shame.

An Open Letter to Lawrence Harmon
Rimi picks apart an opinion piece regarding the gender confirmation surgery of a convicted murderer.

Featured image credit: Andrew Mason


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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