ICYMI: August 18 – August 24 on the Skepchick Network
The ‘Schism’ in Skepticism
A smaller skeptics movement sans misogynists is OK with Lux.
Suspension of Disbelief: The World’s End
Eddy reviews the last installment of Simon Pegg’s and Edgar Wright’s ‘Cornetto trilogy.’
Speak Your Mind: Art Class
How does doing art feed your academics?
A Tale of Two Mediums: Photography vs. Cinematography
Watch Gigi’s unaired segment on photography and cinematography for Mad Art Lab’s first Google Hangout.
Art Inquisition: What IS Art, Anyway?
Who should decide what art is?
Book Review: Do You Believe in Magic? by Paul Offit
Katie reviews this new book on alternative medicine.
Always, the Bees! (på svenska)
Felicia takes on some bee-related woo that crossed her path recently.
Reactions of a Queer Professor to the Magneto-Style of Social Justice
Melanie shares her nuanced thoughts on the #fuckcispeople hashtag.
When Kinksters Don’t Want to Risk Anything
Being in the kink community doesn’t protect you from homophobia and transphobia.
Guest Post: Will Chelsea Manning Get People Talking About Trans* Issues?
Chelsea Manning’s case brings up issues involving being trans* in the military and in prison.
Et tu, Radiolab?
Richard take exception to the prominence of prayer in a recent episode of Radiolab.
Newsflash: Art Might Make You Uncomfortable
Sometimes the point of art is to upset you.
Students, Privacy, and Social Networks: The Game!
Dan reviews Christine Loves game about student relationships and privacy.
#FtBCon Interview with Miri Moglievsky
Skepchick Events writers interviews the proprietor of Brute Reason.
Featured image credit: Treesha Duncan
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