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Teen Skepchick's Reality Checks

Reality Checks: Women who Support Patriarchy, Roman Banquets, Moving Planets, and Adorable Robots

Why so many women support patriarchy in the US. (via Eudaimonia) The lavish Roman banquet. (via NPR) Wandering earth: could we move our whole planet? (via Ars Technica) Adorable little robot from stanford.  (via The Verge ) Featured image via flickr

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Teen Skepchick's Reality Checks

Reality Checks: Ireland Bans Hate Missionary, Gossip Times and Health, Reopening the Case vs Assange, and Strippers at Funerals

Ireland bans Steven Anderson!! YAY! (via CNN) We gossip on avg 52 minutes per day. (via NPR) Sweden wants to extradite Assange. (via Ars Technica) China cracks down on strippers at funerals. (via The Independent ) Featured image via flickr

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Teen Skepchick's Reality Checks

Reality Checks: Cutie Pie Batlike Dinosaurs, Obesity stereotypes in Urban and Rural America, Men’s Emotional Demands of Women, and Discriminating against Pregnant Women

Utterly adorable dinosaur may have flown with bat like wings. (via Gizmodo) Urban and rural lifestyles in the US, in terms of obesity. (via NPR) Amazon discriminates against pregnant women. (via Ars Technica) Relying on the emotional labor of women. (via Harper’s Bazaar) featured image credit Min Wang, Institute of …

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Teen Skepchick's Reality Checks

Reality Checks: Old Human Footprints, Talking with Mothers, Ghost Genetic Apes, and NASA Scammed with Faulty Aluminum

Oldest known human footprint in Americas might be this in Chile. (via Livescience) Things we don’t talk about with our mothers, a book.  (via NPR) Ghost ape lives on genetically. (via Ars Technica) NASA and the aluminum scam.  (via CNET) featured image credit via flickr

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