2017 blog posts
Much U.S policy facilitates breast milk pumping instead of enabling breastfeeding directly. Redefining breastfeeding affects mothers and potentially the benefits of breastfeeding.
Many couples expect a new child to strengthen their union, but distress first born children. Research suggests that these expectations are unfounded.
Conventionally, women take their husband's surname, as do any children. But as married women increasingly retain their birth surnames, how do couples decide on children's surnames?
Silencing Warren reflected sexism still pervasive in American politics.
Both sides of the debate--natural and medical--may undermine women's agency.