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Teen Skepchick

Ashley Madison: Protecting Those We Dislike
Elizabeth explains why it’s important to protect the rights of everybody, even if they are doing something we disapprove of.

Mad Art Lab

Mad Art Cast: Neuroscience and Music with Special guest Indre Viskontas
The gang talk neuroscience and music with Indre Viskontas!


A Skeptic’s Guide to Your First Period (en español)
Silvia gives young readers a no-nonsense guide to menstruation.


The L Word Is Inside Us All
K.C. talks about the highs and lows of The L Word.

Shame on Tampa’s 10 News (CBS Affiliate)
Benny points out the ways that reporting on a recent trans woman’s murder is unacceptable.

School of Doubt

A Skeptatic Dialogue, Part 3
Jay continues with Part 3 of his dialogue between Quentis and Firmatio.

Grounded Parents

Is Chipotle Smarter than a Fifth Grader?
Jenny finally got a response from Chipotle on how they can claim to have non-GMO food from cheese that is made using GMO technology.

I’d Like to Have an Argument, Please
Erich wonders, “Can’t we have a disagreement without you living a fictional universe? We can’t have a debate when the entire set of facts underlying your argument are wrong.”

Internet Meme Demolition Derby: That’s a Paddlin’ Edition
Corporal punishment does not instill “respect” in children, despite the fact that people will post memes that it does. Lou writes about this in his latest edition of the Internet Meme Demolition Derby.

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One Comment

  1. That comic reminds me of “My Very Educated Mother Just Said Uh-Oh, No Pluto.”

    Can we conclude that the anti-GMO crowd is irrational enough to say bananas of one variety with genes from another variety are evil? Never mind that you could get the same from crossbreeding, it would just take many decades to do so.

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