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EVENT: Rebecca, Amy, Heina, DebGod & More at FtBCon This Weekend!

FtBConscience starts tomorrow! It’s a come-as-you-are event (those pajama pants aren’t just for grocery shopping), totally online and completely free. You can view the full schedule here. Find out more (including how to find the event on G+) here.

Several Skepchick Network contributors will be on panels throughout the weekend, including Benny from Queereka; MAL’s Seelix and Anne; Teen Skepchick and Freethought Blogger Kate; and Skepchicks Amy, Rebecca, Heina, and Debbie Goddard. Here’s a summary of when you can find them:

Edit: All times are Central Daylight, not Central Standard.

Friday, July 19

6 to 8 pm CSTCDT: Queereka’s Benny is on the Sex & Skepticism panel with Greta Christina and Miri from Freethought Blogs as well as Sophie Hirschfeld, Franklin Veaux, and Ginny Brown.

Saturday, July 20

10 am to 12 pm CDT: Debbie Goddard joins Freethought Bloggers Ophelia Benson, Jason Thibeault, and Yemisi Ilesanmi as well as James Croft, Desiree Schell, Kimberley Veal, and Kim Rippere on Atheism is Not Enough.

11 am to 12 pm CDT: Mad Art Lab’s Seelix (Emily Finke) is on Of Spoons and Skepticism: Skeptics Talk About Chronic Pain with Ania Bula, Mitchell Greenbaum, Emily Harte, and Chana.

2 to 3 pm CDT: See more of Mad Art Lab contributors on the Atheism, Science, and Art panel, featuring Amy Roth, Anne Sauer, Emily Finke, Glendon Mellow, and Julius Csotonyi.

6 to 7 pm CDT: Teen Skepchick and FtB contributor Kate Donovan will be speaking on Skepticism and the DSM Saturday evening.

Sunday, July 21

12 to 1 pm CDT: Rebecca Watson joins Jason Thibeault, Avicenna, Brianne Bilyeu, and Ashley F. Miller from FtB as well as Lynnea Glasser to talk about Female Protagonists in Video Games.

2 to 4 pm CDT: Rebecca and Heina Dadabhoy discuss Atheists in Pop Culture with JT Eberhard, Ashley F. Miller, Hemant Mehta, and Xavier Trapp.

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