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The Real Solution to Teen Drinking

At my school students are required to take a trimester long health class once in their high school career. While I was taking this course last year I had the opportunity to earn extra credit by viewing a short film after school presented by the Teens Against Alcohol and Drugs …

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Day of Silence.

Yesterday, at my school, there was an event called, “Day of Silence.” Organized by the GLOW club (Gay-Straight alliance). The day before yesterday, I was asked to participate in the Day of Silence by one of my friends. Since I am a gay rights supporter and since I’ve wanted to …

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Youth Group with Baptists

If you  recall from my very first post here on Teen Skepchick, A Weenie Roast with Baptists (if you don’t recall because you haven’t read it I suggest you do before reading this) where I described an up-close and personal encounter with a group of people that were my political …

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A Weenie Roast with Baptists

Hello, I’m a new blogger here on Teen Skepchick. I’ve never seriously blogged before but I hope my posts will be reasonably interesting and maybe we can have a few laughs, too. I’d like to tell you about a very interesting weenie roast I had with my friend’s church group. …

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Teenie Link Dump 11.30

I figure you people are getting sick of seeing me post but Cassie’s too lazy to do the NEW IMPROVED TEEN SKEPCHICK LINK DUMP so I’mma do it instead. The Royal Society is celebrating its 350th anniversary, and as part of the celebration it is posting a timeline including 60 …

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President Obama's Address to Schoolchildren

If you were in school today, you probably watched President Obama give the speech he had scheduled on why academics is important. Because my school schedules the passing periods at non-well-rounded-times, I missed the speech because I was walking to class. Now, instead of doing my physics homework I’m stumbling …

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