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ICYMI: April 21 – April 27 on the Skepchick Network

Hello, everyone! Are you ready to start your week? No? Me neither. Let’s delay the inevitable by checking out these posts from the Skepchick Network.

Teen Skepchick

Suspension of Disbelief: Orphan Black
A review of the BBC American series.

It’s About More than Just Marriage
Lauren is proud that her home country has legalized same-sex marriage.

On Going Vegan
Olivia contemplates how her eating disorder and personal politics affects her diet.

Mad Art Lab

Materials Science for Cosplay 1: Steel
Ryan explains the different materials you can use for your sweet cosplay.

“That Stinkin’ Skunk Has Skills,” Ballet Cosplay: Part 1
Gigi’s entire family is in a ballet, and their costumes are amazing.

Kitchen Lab: ‘Naner, ‘Naner, Boo-Boo
When life gives you black bananas, make banana bread.

Skepchick SE

We’re Not Finished Yet (på svenska)
Skepchick SE has been quiet for a while, but it has plenty to fight.


About My Gender through Comic Books Course (en español)
Angela gives us the cliffs notes of the awesome this awesome online course.

Cookies, Podcasts, and Responsibilities (en español)
What should skeptics do about the latest scandal in the community?


AI: Flagging
Do you deliberately flag anything about your identity or preferences?

I Like My Little Pony – And That’s Hard to Say
The masculine-feminine dichotomy kept Benny from watching and liking My Little Pony. That stops now.

Skepchick Norge

Smallpox – From Vaccine to Bioterrorism (på norsk)
Our new writer, Julie, talks about the history of vaccines and about smallpox and why we still keep samples around.

Peer Pressure and Traditions (på norsk)
Our other new writer, Mrs. Crowli, talks about pressure to conform to Christian traditions.

School of Doubt

Pop Quiz: What Let You into Skepticism
Tell us your route to skepticism.

Pop Quiz: Reaching Disabled Audiences
How can we make astronomy more accessible to disabled audiences?

Featured image credit: JD Hancock


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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