LGBT activist, Kathy Young gives a window into the great obstacles and vast joys of being a Lesbian mom today.
Posts Tagged ‘motherhood’
Meet Dan, Jim, and Laren. These three stay-at-home-fathers, based out of Silicon Valley, are cleaning house, scheduling playdates and making dinner for the family, while their wives bring home the bacon.
Mothering of the women’s lib era compared to mothering today holds big differences. Hear from scholar and mother, Michelle Janning about how things have changed.
How much more do you value your mama now that you are one?! Read on to hear how prominent mom influencers feel their parenting style compare’s to their own moms’.
Family structure is diverse these days, and dialogue about what exactly defines family yields rich discussions. TMC President, Sam Kurtzman-Counter, talks about her thoughts on LGBT families and introduces our week of thought-provoking content.
Read eye-opening insights into the motherhood of the 60s/70s from two leaders of the Women’s Movement, Letty Cottin Pogrebin and Suzanne Braun Levine.
Living at the “crossroads of mother and father,” Polly Pagenhart, LGBT activist, editor and most importantly mom, hand picks a list of resources for info on LGBT parenting.
In our new weekly installment by The Mother Co. Mamas, Sam presses pause on the kvetching to explore the idea that today’s moms have much to celebrate, thanks to the strength of our communities and the gifts of our foremothers.
Funny and comforting, Kyran Pittman, the popular blogger behind “Planting Dandelions,” skewers her valiant attempts to achieve the perfect motherhood.
Does it exist? Did it ever? This holiday, we’re offering a picture of American families that rings a lot truer for most of us. Our reality check comes from Stephanie Coontz, Director of Research and Public Education for the Council on Contemporary Families.