Lacking either a natural or a legal bond to a fatherless child, ‘society’ leaves both the child and his mother with nothing but hearts on social media posts.
The people who headed up the Women’s March on Washington a few weeks ago now have a strike in the works. They should think carefully before starting.
Ye shall know them by their dangling hands when the flag goes by, and frown at them.
Under Donald Trump’s maternity leave and child-care proposal, parents are indisputably passing on the costs of their choice to have children to co-workers who don’t have children.
Chelsea has her work cut out for her. She’s just one-woman kid against the Trumpkids, which is hardly a fair fight in numerical terms.
My Internet is smaller, less funny, and less serendipitous now that The Toast is closing up shop.
What matters to a feminist is the abstract ideas a person claims to have about ‘women.’ How a person treats the real live women to whom he or she is closest is irrelevant.
Individuals can do something directly about their pro-life beliefs. But they cannot personally do anything about illegal immigration.
So you support the Second Amendment. Get comfortable with a gun to make that amendment mean something.
Collegiate debate generates lots of social leaders. So everyone should be concerned that today’s debaters prefer to jettison logic and scream absurdities at each other.
Here’s my response to the ever-present implied rhetorical non-question about how to mother seven children.
‘American Ninja Warrior’ is the perfect American sport: not just Man, but Everyman vs. Everything.
Breast-feeding wasn’t just revived by La Leche League but by those who figured out how to profit off it.
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