Acclaimed Nigerian author, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie wrote an extremely powerful essay titled, “Dear Ijeawele, or a femininst manifesto in fifteen suggestions,” where she elaborated on how to raise a feminist daughter.
Is it any wonder so many women decide not to go back to work? It’s simply not worth the bother to work when that much of a household’s income is going to daycare.
Clinics are popping up across the country to help kids as young as 3 who might be transgender, but some say it’s too much, too soon. While doctors argue, families like Nicole’s don’t have time to wait.
It’s not enough to teach our sons about consent; we have to encourage them to have the courage to speak out against rape culture, too.
I want to point out that how these protesters are treated and talked about is different because of the color of their skin AND expand our conversation and narrative about the act of protesting.
These kids’ books encourage in their slightly shorter readers the same things we encourage in our sometimes taller ones: Be fearless, be rebellious and above all be yourself, whoever that is.
Introducing, Kazoo, a feminist magazine for girls with diverse interests.
Here’s why the documentary ‘The Mask You Live In’ is critical for parents, tweens and teens.
Toxic messages around food and weight came from the media, my peers, and, perhaps most influentially, my parents.
For all the economic, emotional, and physical strife associated with bringing kids into the world, few mothers would ever admit to regretting their decision to do so.