Discussion of news topics with a point of view, including narratives by individuals regarding their own experiences

Now that I’m a member of the “Mom Club,” I hear a lot of women who complain about their husband’s inability to fold laundry, make a bottle, juggle pickups and take on parent-teacher conferences.

Parenthood has largely been viewed as “women’s work,” at the expense of both partners.

Society doesn’t make this an easy problem to solve: Studies show that in childhood, girls get the bulk of household chores, and we carry that model into adulthood.

These gender biases are built into our culture, and it’s difficult to push back on, for men and women. A clear example of this recently emerged when my partner returned from bringing our daughter to the doctor.

Parenting comes with challenges, but navigating day care was nearly impossible

Elizabeth Warren’s universal child care proposal is the most exciting idea I’ve heard from a candidate

My partner and I reevaluated our life priorities. Here’s why we are pulling back from our careers for now.

Becoming parents was a reality check

The Women’s March is almost here. These are the hard questions I must ask of the movement.

As a white woman, I can’t risk repeating the failures of our past