ICYMI: November 24 – November 30 on the Skepchick Network
The Physics Philes, lesson 75: Physics and Biology! Living Together! In Space!
Mindy explores what apparent weightlessness is and what happens to the human body in sustained weightlessness.
Suspension of Disbelief: The Hunger Games, Catching Fire
Olivia reviews the second installment of the Hungar Games franchise.
Sagan Day 2013 Repost – We All Live on a Tiny Blue Dot
If you missed the Lab’s tribute to Carl Sagan, fear not! It’s back online.
Cursebrand – Chapter 15
Read the latest installment of Ryan’s ongoing fantasy novel.
My Year as Slave Leo
Ryan spent the past year dressing up in his Slave Leo costume at cons. Here is what he learned.
Raising Crows… (en español)
An old Spanish saying goes: raise crows and they’ll peck your eyes out. So, obviously, this is the perfect name for our new parenting feature.
Skirts for Men? (en español)
What is stopping most men from wearing skirts and how do you shop for the perfect man skirt?
Quack of the Month: Teresa Forcades (en español)
The anti-vaxx nun well deserves the title of quack of the month.
The Lost Manhaters (på svenska)
Sweden’s “favorite” columnist Marcus Birro has earned yet another rebuttal from Skepchick.se. This time Anna wonders where all these man-hating feminists he talks about are.
How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love Space (på svenska)
Homelessclubkid tells us about the mental obstacles she had to overcome to start studying physics.
Sunday School: I Love Modesty Trolls
Rachel reads a hilarious post by a member of the Modesty Police so you don’t have to.
Queereka Podcast Episode 5
The Thanksgiving edition of the Queereka Podcast.
AI: Holiday Food
What are your favorite holiday foods?
Pop Quiz: Are You “Out?”
Are you open about your religious non-belief at school?
The Good News Club: Coming to a Public School Near You!
This Christian group can evangelize in public schools…legally.
The Diversity Catch-22
Dan explores the potential benefits and pitfalls that could arise from revealing your minority status on an academic job application.
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