ICYMI: Medical Illustrations, Popular Kids, Freedom of Speech, and Valentine’s Day
The Difference between Banning and DDoS
Private individuals are not required to give a platform for your speech.
Speak Your Mind: Sochi or Bust
Tell us your thoughts on the Winter Olympics!
Thanks for Proving Our Point
If you want to prove sexism doesn’t exist, stop being sexist.
Wellcome Library Images and Finding My Inner Fish
Katie finds a historical image of branchial cleft cyst compares it to her own.
Dr. Tania Singer and the Neuroscience of Empathy
Dale tells the story of Dr. Tania Singer and her insights into the science of compassion.
Spicy Southwestern Vegan Tortilla Soup
Courtney teaches you how to make a tasty winter soup.
Introduction to Pseudoscience: Reiki (en español)
Elara explains the weird origins of reiki.
Spanish Inquisition: Cat Problems (en español)
Who would you deal with a vet who recommends alt med?
Image of the Week: Are You All Woman? (en español)
A magazine published a quiz to help you find out how much of a women are you.
Sexualization of Women in Media (på norsk)
A local newspaper posted a picture of three women entering a fishing contest, but the title and article summary was entirely made up of sexual references in probably the worst attempt at click baiting in recent history.
Why Do Environmental Scientists Study Human Evolution?
Understanding humanity’s past may be key to improving our relationship with the planet.
Pop Quiz: Comedy
How do you incorporate comedy into your teaching, if at all?
Pop Quiz: Of Ferret Pee and Snake Hisses
What are some of your unconventional classroom rules?
Students Dissuaded from Forming Secular Club
Apparently, there’s no place for a secular club at a North Carolina high school.
Philadelphia PA: American Humanist Association’s Annual Conference
The 73rd Annual Conference is June 5-8, 2014!
A Nice Problem to Have…
A former nerd is now raising two popular girls, and he has no idea what he’s doing.
Why Valentine’s Day Sucks for Teens
Valentine’s Day is a hard time of year for Jay’s teenage step-son.
Mombot tries to raise her child to be comfortable around people with disabilities, but also avoid stranger danger.
Featured image credit: Kathy via Flickr
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