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ICYMI: January 20 – January 26 on the Skepchick Network

I see you there. It’s OK. You don’t have to hide. I’ve got some sa-weet Skepchick Network posts for you. So come on in. This blog’s for you.

Teen Skepchick

Stereotypes, Stereotypes Everywhere!
Eddy just discovered websites that focus on “games for girls” and he’s a little appalled.

Science Says…
Ine warns about relying too much on popular representations of science.

Philosophy of Religion: The Teleological Argument
Beccy argues that an updated version of William Paley’s proof of God can bridge the gap between religion and science.

Mad Art Lab

Fauxtography Part 3: Ectoplasm? I Ain’t Afraid of No Ghosts
Gigi teaches us how to take pictures with 100% more ghosts!

Turning Rhythm into Tone
Ashley explains the relationship between rhythm and pitch.

MaKey MaKey DDR Pads
Make your own Dance Dance Revolution pads.


Creative Science (en español)
Science is not always dry. Great discoveries often need tons of creativity.

Religious Experiences of Non-believers (en español)
Amazement at the world can have a profound impact on us, almost like a religious experience. Without the believing in god part.

Celebrities and Science (en español)
A look at Sense about Science’s report on famous people who got science terribly wrong in 2012.


Myths and Misconceptions about Bisexuality (or “What Not to Say to Your Bisexual Acquaintances”): Part 2
More bisexuality myths, debunked.

AI: Personal Lexicons
Are there people with which it’s like your speaking another language?

Queer History: January
Here are a few important moments in LGBT history.

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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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