The new documentary on Ruth Bader Ginsburg, RBG, is a must-see. As The Economist piece, “How Ruth Bader Ginsburg became a trailblazer for gender equality” summarizes, this film gives us a real feel for how “Ms. Ginsburg built America’s gender equality...
How could a book with this main title not be a beautiful book. Visually and narratively, On Beauty, by Tom Butler and Sandra Lubarsky, with principal photography by Antonio Vizcaino, presents a wonderful ode to Doug Tompkins, one of the...
I love how in recent years as Mother’s Day approaches we’ve been seeing more writings that question the maternal instinct. As one example, take the National Geographic article that just came out titled, “Is Maternal Instinct Only for Moms? Here's the Science,”...
Since the year 2000, I have been a leading voice on the childfree choice. My book, Families of Tworeceived international recognition, and paved the way for me to become an expert on the childfree. Since its publication, I have continued to conduct qualitative research on this choice, which led to my book, The Baby Matrix. Itexamines why society finds the childfree choice hard to accept and what’s necessary to reach social and cultural acceptance. Check out my ever-growing library of childfree writings Here.
I am currently conducting a longitudinal study on childfree women, and working on the second edition of Families of Two. For this edition I am looking for people in childfree romantic partnerships from around the world. If this describes you, please contact me!
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