No place of human gathering is risk-free in this Age of Corona. But how much risk is acceptable for your child?
When you’re not counted as human, it’s easy to be killed like a dog in the street. I don’t say this for dramatic effect.
Despite the bevy of public health precautions, we learned this week that a total of five people in our daycare have been diagnosed with COVID-19, underscoring the reality that no place of human gathering is risk-free.
“We’re free, but not equal. There’s a reality check that has been brought by the coronavirus, that exposes the weakness and the opportunity.” ~Jesse Jackson
Who do I want to be after COVID-19?
For now, the bubble of childhood remains mostly intact.
“The nurse called.” That’s one of the last things you want to hear as a parent.
How do you prepare your children for your own death?
Time pressure has helped cut the fat from my life. I literally don’t have time for foolishness.
“Float” presents a powerful metaphor for autism and a clarion call to embrace differences in a society that relentlessly urges conformity.
I won’t always be there to protect my daughter, but I can teach her to protect herself.
For me, dad bod is now about shedding societal ideals of manhood and physical virility so that I can make room for the man I am becoming.
Sound the alarm on social inequality.
How were you introduced to shaving?
It’s about the kids!
Reflections on race and humanness during a lengthy stay in Johannesburg, South Africa.