Category Archives: Gender

My First Stitch Fix: I Now Have A Personal Shopper!

I Joined Stitch-Fix. Really. In my “feminist/riotgrrl/anti-consumerist” head, I imagined stitch fix to be slightly akin to say, joining Mary Kay, Avon or Melaleuca. A few friends signed up and I scoffed, but then my stylish friend Tea signed up. … Continue reading

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Yahoo’s New CEO: She’s No Role Model for Women

Marissa Mayer¬† is not a role model for Working Motherhood. Her stance that she will only take a few weeks of leave (or rather, won’t take one at all, but will work at home through her leave) ¬†does a disservice … Continue reading

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Today Hyperemesis Gravidarum Awareness Day: No More Babies for Me

This is the hardest post I’ve ever had to write. And I am crying through it. And I might not get out of bed today. I was kidding myself for the last few months when my wife and I were … Continue reading

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Co-Sleeping, Feed-sharing and Second-Parent Bonding

My latest post over at NPN (which was written a few months ago) I am glad that it isn’t my parenting that is getting attacked on the NPN Facebook forum, instead, it seems to always be my actual family … Continue reading

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