Charging Daycares For Flooding Parks With Kids Is Only A Band-Aid Solution

My kids and I don't enjoy being in a park, indoor garden, or play space with teeming mobs of largely unsupervised young children.
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Biden administration claims full-time mothers hurt the economy

The Biden administration claims it is bad for women to care for their families because that damages GDP growth. Know what damages GDP growth? Motherless kids.

Here’s What Mindy Kaling Gets Wrong In Her Plea For College Girls To Freeze Their Eggs

Kaling’s comments perpetuate the harmful narrative that women can only have successful careers if they aren’t mothers.

Companies Eager To Subsidize Abortion Because They Think Only Childless Women Are Profitable

By subsidizing abortion, corporations show how they evaluate women’s worth and working potential based on the state of their wombs.

Women Don’t Need To Make A Lot Of Money To Start A Family

Another day, another blue check wondering why things Americans used to take for granted seem to be out of reach, even as they promote the very changes in cultural norms and values that have led to rising costs for families and fewer babies being born. Writer for The Atlantic Olga Khazan recently tweeted in wonder, […]

What’s Liberating About 2 Million Mothers Quitting Work In The Last Year

The pandemic has turned many things upside down. If it also re-sizes our expectations of ourselves as women and mothers, it will have delivered an unexpected gift.

Yes, A Family Competes With Women’s Careers, But Family Matters More

'There is nothing that can derail a career faster than the responsibilities of motherhood,' writes law career counselor Susan Smith Blakely. She's right, but moms who downshift are prioritizing the right thing.

Democrats’ School Shutdowns And Half Reopenings Are Setting Back Working Moms For Life

The longer children remain at home, the more likely working moms must quit their jobs for childcare, setting back careers and financial wellbeing for years.

Study: Kids Whose Moms Don’t Work Full Time More Likely To Get Into Stanford

'After adjustment for demographic and socioeconomic factors, the group most likely to attend selective colleges were students in male breadwinner-female homemaker families.'