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Skeptic News: In rural India it's always the season of the witch

The brutal killing of three tribal women in a village in West Midnapore district on accusations of practicing witchcraft by a village group on October 18, 2012 highlights the myriad ways in which women are oppressed and exploited. Continue reading

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Two nations divided by a common skepticism?

The US is not like the UK in a huge number of ways, it really is very, very foreign, but the shared language all too often masks this, expecially when it is read rather than heard. Continue reading

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Guys, don't do that!

Ash Pryce explores misogyny and sexism in skeptical and atheist communities. Continue reading

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The Asshole Agenda

Over the past week, I’ve watched as another blast of sexist remarks and behaviors directed at a terrific skeptical activist woman took the main stage in the discourse in the skeptical and atheist communities. Continue reading

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Bad Argument XLV: Feminist-Free Utopia

Hannah Little looks at the arguments made by Liz Jones of the Daily Mail to support her claims that a world without feminism would be a better one. Continue reading

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Bad Argument of the Week XXXVIII

This week, another belated Bad Argument prize is awarded to the popular polemicist Michael Moore, for his tendency of relying on crude sensationalism to make his case– this time, while discussing the contentious subject of Wikileaks and the ongoing furore surrounding Julian Assange. Continue reading

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An Object Lesson (Part Two)

Part two of Terry Rodgers’ article tackling objectification, pornography and sex. Continue reading

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