Women Thinking Free

  • Skepticism

    Women Thinking Free is no more…

    When we started this organization back in 2010, we never dreamed that we’d be presenting ourselves far outside of the skeptical movement. Our goal was always to bring more women into organized skepticism, if not just to encourage women to think more critically. The Women Thinking Free, or WTF, was a name that said that we were free thinking women…

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  • Activism

    How to Help Vaccinate Everyone!

    Right now, we are in the middle of a severe pertussis (whooping cough) epidemic. In Washington state alone, cases over tentupled (which is a word that I made up for up more than times) since last year. In 2011, there were 146 confirmed pertusis cases through the first 20 weeks of the year. This year? 1738. That’s really bad, people.…

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  • Activism

    A Quick Guide to Boosting your Immunity!

    A couple months ago the Women Thinking Free Foundation elected a few new cohorts to the board including Ashley Hamer (aka Smashley) of Mad Art Lab fame, Katie Hovany, and myself. Since then we have managed to plan a Tdap vaccination clinic at TAM in conjunction with the JREF, so get excited and come say hello to the WTF in…

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  • Skeptical Ninjas Undercover: Jamie and Buffy and the Autism Expo

    Last weekend was a busy weekend for the Women Thinking Free! While I was here blogging and tweeting my life away (or it seemed like I was, but I still had time to go grocery shopping, get to the gym and make tacos), WTF board member/Skeptical Ninja Jamie Bernstein teamed up with our a member of our sleeper contingent, Buffy…

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  • WTF! Let’s Get Skepticisming! With the ladies!

    Last week, and over the weekend, I promised you all an announcement on Monday. Logistics got in my way. I apologize. So today, Monday: The Reckoning, I am here to give you the news! The Women Thinking Free Foundation will be hosting its first official event on May 22! And its second official event on June 22! (And more more…

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