• Guest Bloggers

    Guest Post: A Critique of Guerrilla Skepticism on Wikipedia (GSoW)–Part 2

    Editor’s Note: This piece from Rebecca (not our fearless leader, a different Rebecca) goes into the issues behind a program like Guerrilla Skepticism on Wikipedia and why skeptics don’t get to hold themselves to lower standards than other people. (I highly recommend that you check out part 1, mentioned below.) ********** This is the second article that I have written as…

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  • Meta Stuff

    ICYMI: March 3 – March 9 on the Skepchick Network

    Howdy! It’s time once again to catch up on what you missed last week on the Skepchick Network! Without further ado… Teen Skepchick Science in Fiction What responsibility do writers have to be scientifically accurate? Sexuality: Do We All Have It? Olivia wonders if we are all sexual beings. Religion’s Future Part 2: Secular Solutions Can secular organizations fill the…

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  • Skepticism

    ICYMI: September 30 – October 6 on the Skepchick Network

    Hello! You’re back, I see. Ready to catch up on what you missed last week on the Skepchick Network. I don’t blame you. Teen Skepchick The Origin of Vertebrates Part 4: Domination Our prehistoric ancestors make the transition from water to land. Pssh, Women Aren’t People! Elly is appalled at how anti-choice the GOP has become. Why We Need Nature…

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  • Activism

    Guest Post: Crowdsourcing Skeptical Outreach on Wikipedia

    We recently mentioned (in Skepchick Quickies 4.5) the Smithsonian Archives' Wikipedian in Residence Sarah Stierch who is encouraging more women to edit Wikipedia. Stierch led an effort in March to improve the site's coverage of women scientists. Tim Farley has been encouraging similar efforts by skeptics to edit articles covering skepticism and related topics for several years now. It is…

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