Step one: Do not say “boys will be boys.”
I graciously accept the compliments and dismiss the naysayers.
Gone are the days when blue was for boys and pink was for girls.
Our children are receiving not so subliminal gender messaging.
Kara Post-Kennedy offers a no-holds barred, gloves off approach to the things men say to women.
Wanting your kid to not fall into the gender stereotype is as bad, to me, as wanting your kid to be exactly in line with the stereotype.
If you dare to wear pink, we want to hear from you!
Rewrite the script of the gender status quo.
Neesa Sunar reflects on her experience teaching elementary music, and laments the loss of depth in today’s musical curriculum.
Ned Hickson is exactly where he’s supposed to be in life, all because of these amazing women.
***Ben Berman’s first book, Strange Borderlands, won the 2014 Peace Corps Award for Best Book of Poetry and was a finalist for the Massachusetts Book Awards. His second collection, Figuring in the Figure, is forthcoming from Able Muse Press. He has received awards from the New England Poetry Club and fellowships from the Massachusetts Cultural Council and Somerville Arts…
Just like changing batteries, you can be proactive with your sons now to prevent a crisis later. Have this conversation, then have it again.
Our modern society has sexualized (and made a controversy of) events of daily life to the point of ridiculous insanity.
“No son of mine will ever have his nails painted.” Seriously?!
It’s not black and white, but there is brilliance in its simplicity.
As a millennial, this is how I would define a great father.