It’s the Sundaylies, with Science Paper Dolls, What it Means to be Queer, and Gender Policing Children
Sunday Funny: Agree to disagree? (via Cyanide and Happiness)
Mad Art Cast: Art and Astronomy with Special Guest Maki Naro!
Learn about the Mauna Kea telescope and it’s impact on native Hawaiians and learn how to create millions of stars.
Gotta Formalin ’em All: The Marine Biology of Eugenie Clark, The Shark Lady
Dale tells the fascinating story of a woman meant for the sea.
Science Paper Art Hour at CONvergence: Paper Dolls Galore!
Did you miss SkepchickCON at CONvergence? Don’t worry. You can still make scientist paper dollls!
Gods! Tanabata (en español)
Silvia tells us about the legend behind the Tanabata festival.
So What If I Wasn’t Born This Way
Benny writes about how respecting people’s identities does not depend on their biology.
Queer: What’s In A Word?
Will follows up on a Facebook comment in response to Benny’s post that “queer” should not include kink or poly.
F*ck “Be a Lady” Tonight
Steph’s young daughter was recently admonished at camp for not acting like a “lady.” This is Steph’s response.
Endless Summer (1) Massachusetts: From Puritan Colony to Horace Mann and the Common School Movement
Cerys goes over the history of summer vacation and the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
Fun Apps for Toddlers with Fine Motor Disabilities (Android)
Deek has made this list of apps for toddlers with fine motor disabilities, because she had trouble finding apps for her own kids.
Featured image credit: Ben Ostrowsky via Flickr
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