Doctors, nurses, support staff—they don’t work for free, and there is no reason they should.
Maternity leave is for the purpose of helping mom recover because, last I checked, only moms give birth. The list of things they have to recover from is impressive.
Please tell me again why Cosmopolitan magazine is allowed to pretend it’s feminist when its writers insist men need benefits that only make sense to apply to women.
For the most part, I appreciate the flexibility the American approach to maternity leave affords us parents. To optimize it, you need to plan.
Hellerstedt doesn’t mean lawmakers need to ignore the medical reality of abortion’s risks and substandard clinics.
There are indeed many reasons pregnancy is a trial. Yet even amid all of these are certain benefits to this time we spend nurturing and growing our baby.
A recent New York Times article insists women should just get an epidural during childbirth and stop being so judgy. But really, childbirth is like the rest of parenting: you never know what will happen even if you plan.
Mary Katharine Ham talks about life after her husband’s death in a recent episode of the podcast ‘Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend.’
A mother convicted for killing her baby without the help of Planned Parenthood understands the abortion end-game: ‘No more baby.’
Stop pretending all mothers sacrifice more by giving birth than our combat troops do by fighting.
Women already sacrifice more for their country than men do, whether we are speaking of blood or of treasure.
In an attempt to prove abortion safer than childbirth, Vox compares two data points from the Centers for Disease Control that the CDC itself has said are not comparable.
‘Meternity’ is an asinine attempt at squeezing extended me-time out of employers by downplaying the real work involved in mothering a new child.
Birth stories are a part of just about every mother’s girl talk repertoire. That’s because creating a child is a pivotal aspect of being a woman.
I prayed, desperately, for God to not let my baby die. He didn’t answer that prayer. He answered a better one.
Every woman’s breasts are magic, to men, babies, and themselves.
In light of Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan’s pregnancy announcement that revealed their three miscarriages, The Federalist’s senior contributors discuss their own experiences.
Having a child can change your mind about a lot. One of my reversals was the decision to let people photograph my childbirth.
Some people hate Kate Middleton because she embraces her femininity. They can jump off London Bridge.
Don’t discount metaphysics when it comes to naming your demon spawn. Sometimes, the name picks you.
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