I want the blue one
I'm kind of new to the whole tumblr thing and I was wondering if you could make a list of your top five to ten science blogs? I'd really appreciate it
Anonymous

kqedscience:

skunkbear:

asapscience:

s-c-i-guy:

skymimi93:

popsci:

s-c-i-guy:

Sure why the heck not!

And this list is in no particular order

asapscience

afro-dominicano

humanoidhistory

itsfullofstars

crookedindifference

skunkbear

sagansense

science-junkie

spaceplasma

molecularlifesciences

teded

betterknowamicrobe

mindblowingscience

thebrainscoop

sciencesoup

scienceisbeauty

thatssoscience

thatscienceguy

currentsinbiology

sci-universe

scinerds

christinetheastrophysicist

jtotheizzoe

popsci

I realize this is a little bit more than ten but I’m sure you’ll live

A list of science Tumblrs for all to see

(For a while I was wondering why we weren’t on the list :p )

i’d add penny4nasa to that list. 

Oh yeah absolutely! Thanks!
pennyfornasa

Great list! 

Looking for some other science tumblrs? This list ain’t a bad place to start.

Maybe if we reblog this we’ll get on skunkbear's radar… :)

npr:

nprfreshair:

Lena Dunham, the creator and star of the HBO series Girls, has a new collection of personal essays called Not That Kind of Girl. She joined Fresh Air to talk about oversharing, feminism, OCD, and why she thinks most depictions of sex in movies are destructive.  

Lena Dunham On Sex, Oversharing And Writing About Lost ‘Girls’

kat-howard:

saladinahmed:

Questions you should ask yourself about your Strong Female Character. From this excellent article: http://t.co/efkvvUqsum

How not to write a Strong Female Character. Or any woman in your story, really.

kat-howard:

saladinahmed:

Questions you should ask yourself about your Strong Female Character. From this excellent article: http://t.co/efkvvUqsum

How not to write a Strong Female Character. Or any woman in your story, really.

Girls shouldn’t fear for their lives when they’re just living them. Girls who are impassioned about their worlds, who want nothing more than to engage with their world, learn about that world, build empathy for this place and the people around them, who use their knowledge and their passion to give voice to their beliefs shouldn’t worry about their bodies—or their lives—being at stake for doing so.

And yet, because we’re asking for and raising our voices without waiting for permission to do so, it happens.

Kelly Jensen (catagator), Advocating for and Writing About Girls is a Radical Act

Make sure you read that. Make sure you share it so other people will too. And don’t miss reading and sharing these posts either:

Author Sarah McCarry (sarahmccarry) - Pleasure Principles

Author Laura Ruby (thatlauraruby) - AO Scott Would Like Another Harvey Wallbanger Please

Author Anne Ursu (anneursu) - On Poisoned Apples, the “Great YA Debate” and the Death of the Patriarchy

(via summerscourtney)

Don’t forget Robin Wasserman (robinwasserman) on Girl Trouble - 

http://lareviewofbooks.org/review/girl-trouble

(via sarahreesbrennan)

gardnerhill:

mediamattersforamerica:

The issue with Fox’s misogyny toward female pilots is that it reinforces the very thing military women already deal with from male counterparts.

And veterans are speaking out.

Read an open letter to Fox about Eric Bolling’s “boobs on the ground” remark, written by U.S. military veterans from the Truman Nat’l Security project:

Before you jump to the standby excuse that you were “just making a joke” or “having a laugh,” let the men amongst our number preemptively respond: You are not funny. You are not clever. And you are not excused. Perhaps the phrase “boys will be boys”—inevitably uttered wherever misogyny is present—is relevant. Men would never insult and demean a fellow servicemember; boys think saying the word ‘boobs’ is funny.

The less obvious implication of your remarks, however, is that by offending an ally and cheapening her contribution, you are actively hurting the mission. We need to send a clear message that anyone, male or female, who will stand up to ISIS and get the job done is worthy of our respect and gratitude.

We issue an apology on your behalf to Major Al Mansouri knowing that anything your producers force you to say will be contrived and insincere. Major, we’re sincerely sorry for the rudeness; clearly, these boys don’t take your service seriously, but we and the rest of the American public do.

Disclosure: Lisa Reed is a Media Matters employee. 

Remember: To the pigs at Fox (and their masters Rupert Murdoch and Roger Ailes) - and every man who thinks like them - a woman could find the cure for cancer or be a war hero, and she’d still be the focus of 1960s-era jokes about how women are brainless sex toys.

If you know someone who’s depressed, please resolve never to ask them why. Depression isn’t a straightforward response to a bad situation; depression just is, like the weather.

Try to understand the blackness, lethargy, hopelessness, and loneliness they’re going through. Be there for them when they come through the other side. It’s hard to be a friend to someone who’s depressed, but it is one of the kindest, noblest, and best things you will ever do.

Stephen Fry (via onlinecounsellingcollege)

thepoliticalfreakshow:

BREAKING: Updates on Ferguson Unrest & Protests (3:49 PM) [LIVE]

astreana:

FUCK