Skepchick Quickies 10.23


Amanda works in healthcare, is a loudmouthed feminist, and proud supporter of the Oxford comma.

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  1. For the “biblical womanhood” article, the quote is correct. However, the woman’s name is Rachel Held Evans, and the Today misspelled it as “Evan.” At first I thought you were talking about Evan Bernstein.

    “She said she hopes the lessons she learned from the past year will help shatter some of the unrealistic expectations the term has built up for conservative Christian women.” It appears she did the exact opposite.

  2. Amanda,

    I personally hope Martin Sheen and Woody Harrelson are taken to task for not thinking critically and supporting a conspiracy theory like that. Doesn’t make more sense to be angry at our government, for something they were actually responsible for?

    1. It makes too much sense, and it seems anything that makes sense is a falsehood to a conspiracy theorist.

  3. The comments on the article about the “truther” movie are ridiculous. Had to stop reading them, for fear of inducing a migraine.

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