Sunday Funny: Throwing Rocks (via xkcd)
The Physics Philes, lesson 103: Of Nodes and Anitnodes
Mindy, on her quest to learn all the physics, learns about nodes and antinodes.
Album of the Week – tUnE-yArDs’ “W H O K I L L”
If you’re anything like me, there’s nothing quite like a great bit of art to light that fire under your social activist ass. In my case, nothing burns hotter than a great album…”
Turn Coconut into Bacon
Just because your vegan doesn’t mean you have to give up bacon.
Meeting the Parents and Putting on a Show
Vince shares a story about meeting his boyfriend’s parents.
Queerview Mirror: Sovereign Erotics
Ser reviews the book Sovereign Erotics: A Collection of Two-Spirit Literature.
Pride: Celebration and Commitment
Ser discusses some realizations they came to about feeling left out of pride celebrations.
The Great Didactic: Greetings to the Reader
Jennifer is reading through Comenius. Why don’t you join her?
Tenure! Is it Vitally Important or an Obsolete Concept?
In light of the recent court decision on K-12 tenure in LA, Peter considers the costs and the benefits of the tenure system.
Apostrophobia asks: are general education requirements really worth it, or just a waste of students’ time?
Modern Parenting – It’s Naturally Fallacious
Steph talks about how she used to be a “natural parent” and how she has come around to seeing the harm of the naturalistic fallacy.
Lance talks about how he wants to raise his children to be ethical, critical thinkers, no matter what their beliefs in a diety are.
The Dating Game: Another look at all of these rules.
Em updates the “feminist dad’s dating rules” for even more progressive parents.
Organ Transplant Discrimination Against People with Disabilities
The story of an autistic man who has been denied a heart transplant brings to light issues with the healthcare industry and discrimination against people with disabilities.
Now Any Questions?
Caleb discusses their experiences with people asking personal questions.
ADHD and the Best Chicken Impression You’ve Ever Heard
Ania talks about what it’s like to have ADHD.
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