Organised Skepticism’s Entitled Boys Problem

During the evening entertainment at a skeptic conference I once attended, a feminist comedian was performing a brilliant routine when the question ‘can we be skeptical of feminists?’ appeared on the conference hashtag Continue reading Organised Skepticism’s Entitled Boys Problem

Aggressively so

So, here’s the thing. One of the central lessons I learned after becoming involved with skepticism is that a bad idea deserves to be called out for what it is, and that at the core of your argument for or Continue reading Aggressively so

Why I’ll No Longer Speak at ‘Seriously Strange’

I was invited to speak at the Association for the Scientific Study of Anomalous Phenomena’s [ASSAP] upcoming ‘Seriously Strange’ conference at the University of Bath in September 2017. I accepted the invitation and Continue reading Why I’ll No Longer Speak at ‘Seriously Strange’

30 Life Lessons From a 30-Year-Old Blogger

I turn 30 on 13th June and to mark this milestone, here are 30 life lessons from the first 30 years of my life: Continue reading 30 Life Lessons From a 30-Year-Old Blogger