How do you stave off judgment? Kristen Ploetz suggests in this guest Op-Ed that it’s time to quit commenting on the different choices of WAHMs, WOHMs, SAHMs and every other kind of mother, and move forward together.
Maybe I should just get this out of the way so we don’t waste each other’s time: I’m an atheist. I do not believe that any kind of deity created this world in which we live. I don’t believe that I am going to a place called heaven (or hell, for that matter) after I […]
My eight-year-old son Sam has hair down to his waist; he is generally mistaken for a girl. Though recently he’s most passionate about Star Wars, for years he played princess dress-up games and wore a fairy costume on Halloween. I have no idea what his gender identity and sexuality will be once he reaches high school. But I want to do everything I can so that he won’t be attacked for his differences when he gets there.