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ICYMI: May 19 – May 25 on the Skepchick Network

Rise and shine! It’s time to start the day! But don’t hurt yourself. Start out by reading these highlights from the Skepchick Network. Then we’ll work on putting on some pants.

Teen Skepchick

Vocal Criticism of Religion
Beccy continues her series on the history of atheism.

Suspension of Disbelief: Star Trek Into Darkness
Eddy reviews the latest adventure of the Starship Enterprise.

Fleshspace and Internet Space: Integration and Variation
Olivia ponders how to combine in person and online activism.

Mad Art Lab

Worst Miracle Ever
Elyse learns a lesson about miracle fruit tabs and trusting the Labbers.

Busking Skeptically
Ryan has taken up busking and he’s noticed four distinct motivations people have for paying for his services.

Plug Me In: Deus Ex Human Revolution
Deus Ex Human Revolution poses important questions regarding nanotechnology and human augmentation.

Skepchick SE

The Narrow Window for the Proper Female Body (på svenska)
Technicolor explains what business the shape of women’s bodies is of yours.


Let Me Explain It To You (en español)
Have I just experienced mansplaining?

Napkin Wisdom (en español)
Can you tell the difference between wisdom from Chopra or the Dalai Lama from Carrie Bradshaw’s or Ali G’s?


Women in Secularism Review
Benny highlights some of the good points of Women in Secularism 2.

AI: Putting Out Fires
How do you handle minor crises?

School of Doubt

Dealing with Tragedy as an Atheist
Despite what many people think, atheists do have something to offer in the aftermath of a tragedy.

Lesson Plan: The Skeptical Narrator of Poe’s “The Fall of the House of Usher”
DrShell explains the skepticism in this Gothic tale.

Pop Quiz: Discussing Religious Extremism
How do you handle the discussion of religious extremism with students?

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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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