Skepchick Sundaylies! The Dress, Dangers of Anti-Vaxxers, and High School Dating
Sunday Funny: Embarrassing. (via Liz Climo)
The Not So Beautiful Game, Step 11 and Last: In Which Our Narrator Dispenses Parting Cliches
Elizabeth has finally finished the mostly-boring but sometimes unpleasant book, “The Game.”
The Photo is Bad. The Dress is Blue. Your Brain is Lying.
Ryan takes on THE dress.
Breaking the Shackles Procreative: Margaret Sanger and the Creation Of The Pill.
Dale tells the story of possibly the greatest advocate for reproductive choice.
Show Us Your Ugly Things: Lacemaking Edition
Celia – self-professed hater of crafting – takes on lacemaking.
Quack of the Month: Antivaxxers (en español)
Silvia explains the dangers of the anti-vaccination movement.
A Ray of Hope for High School Dating Assemblies
Ceres reflects on dating in high school, then and now.
Can You Afford a Food Allergy?
Jenny talks about the privilege of being able to buy allergen-free foods.
Foiling Fallacies – The Woman Who Cried Rape
Steph gives facts about rape and debunks the notion of false rape claims being anything but a minority.
#GiveItBack – Why A-spectrum and Agender matters
Laura talks about why GLAAD’s recent claim that “A for Ally” is a problem.
One Weird Trick to Get Hired in Academia
Vince writes about the depressing reality of tenure-track hiring in academia.
From Fundamentalism to Acceptance
Allie shares a coming out story that also involves her friend Erik.
Featured image credit: Courtney Carmody via Flickr
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