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ICYMI: June 23 – June 29 on the Skepchick Network

Hello! Nice to see you! Here’s a big list of posts for you to read. Have fun!

Teen Skepchick

The Physics Philes, lesson 54: Axis in Motion
Mindy keeps on in her study of physics.

The Pseudoscience of Victim Blaming: The Shift of Control
Self-help tripe internalizes external influences, which puts the blame for bad stuff exactly where it doesn’t belong.

Speak Your Mind: Fine! I’ll Make My Own!
Have you ever gotten fed up with your choices?

Mad Art Lab

Learning Space with Mad Art Lab – Video
Did you miss the Learning Space Hangout? Watch the video here!

Spider Silk Transhumanism
Elizabeth discusses the science and social implications of transgenics.

Kitchen Lab: In the Face with Bears
Beth tries her hand at spiked gummy bears.

Skepchick SE

Talking about Rape (på svenska)
Technicolor discusses how we can talk about rape with nuance and empathy.


What Do Your Blind Eyes See? (en español)
On blindness and the Blind Film Critic’s Youtube channels.


The IUD Option: Stigma, Falsehoods, and Shaming
Melanie relates her totally retro experience getting an IUD.

I Don’t Hate Old White Men: Why Diversity Works
We don’t hate white men. It’s just that diversity provides solutions for more problems.

Your Upbringing Doesn’t Excuse Hate
Just because you’re less of a bigot than your parents doesn’t mean you get a cookie.

School of Doubt

Dawkins the Performance Artist
Was that bananas Dawkins video really a piece of performance art?

Kansas Does Something Good for Once and Passes New Science Standards
A guest post on the Kansas Board of Education passage of the Next Generation Science Standards.

The Atheist Academic IV: Coming Out at School
Tori explains what it’s like for her to be an out atheist.

Featured image credit: Rene Schwietzke


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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