“I’m hardly alone or unique as a working parent, and Abigail has only made me more committed to doing my job and standing up for hardworking families everywhere.”
“I think sometimes women limit themselves. I’m not sure why we think that way, but I know that…when in the same household, a male child is told he can be anything he wants. I’m so glad I had a daughter. …
“Black women don’t receive the health care we deserve from the moment we are born. And our mothers didn’t receive the health care they deserve. By the time that we get pregnant and go to have children, the care that …
Working moms need more flexibility, and they want recognition of their commitment and abilities.
“But with all this dread and hand-wringing over how to talk about the birds and the bees, the Harvard report notes that many parents are overlooking a much bigger topic: love and relationships.”
“Teach your child that their body is their body and it belongs to them.”
“The U.S. infant mortality rate among African Americans is more than twice as high as it is for white babies.” Cities like Baltimore are working to change that.
As a parent, what’s it like raising a transgender child? And what about the child — do they feel loved and supported throughout their transition?
“Women writers are often conflated with their narrators—as if we can’t consciously construct fictional worlds from the ground up and can only write diary entries.”
This is powerful – especially the comment about who is often the most qualified person in the room to deliver a new human.