Kim Jorgensen Gane recounts her own teenage years as she looks at the rape culture we’ve allowed in our society today.
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Just like changing batteries, you can be proactive with your sons now to prevent a crisis later. Have this conversation, then have it again.
Ann Roselle wants police officers to understand that Black Lives Matter.
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Don’t tell me my special needs son “looks so normal”.
Take note of these benefits and guidelines, but mostly don’t worry, your son will be fine.
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Boys are boys and will always be boys. We can be angry about it. Or we can use that anger to fuel a redefinition of what it means to be a boy.
New dad Garrett feels like he lives in a zoo with a myriad of creatures, all in one body. One little, tiny, body.
Many parents dread the day that their children leave the nest. I’m grateful to have been liberated by my empty nest.
I want them to stand out from a crowd based on their character and inherent goodness, not based on a series of checkmarks on a resume.
I’m excited for you to start your next chapter. There are many opportunities available to you now that won’t be available at any other time in your life.
This loving mom believes her son has the right to express himself any way he wants, including as ‘gender creative’ and challenges people to see there is nothing wrong with his choices.
Hi-Tech, Low-Tech, or No-Tech: are our boys being raised right in the digital age?
What do loving and supportive parents do when their courageous boy faces the challenge of navigating the heartache of societal judgment.