Recommended by Sandy Leclaire
As a mother of two rebellious little girls and one tiny feminist boy, I have plenty of parenting experience.
We need feminism for many reasons, but the biggest reason for me, personally, is for the people who call me “Mom.”
These articles show why we need feminist practices within parenthood, and what they would look like.
Our idea of what it means to be a parent is changing. Here are some of the biggest challenges — and joys — of raising kids today.
8 ways to be a feminist dad
Why we need gender inclusive terms for 'father' and 'mother'
Remote work and the fight to make parenting better for mothers and their careers
How to raise a boy: my mission to bring up a son fit for the 21st century
After two years in a pandemic, mothers expressing rage are harnessing their power