From The Tired Feminist: Exploring Feminist Motherhood Series

If you haven’t been reading my other blog, The Tired Feminist, you might have missed the 6-part Exploring Feminist Motherhood series. Trust me, it has a lot less to do with Diaper Genies and a lot more to do with feminist discussions that came up during The Sin City Siren Book Club, where we discussed Amy Richards’ book Opting In: Having a Child Without Losing Yourself.

Here’s what you might have missed:

  1. Exploring Feminist Motherhood: A look at the tension between feminism and motherhood.
  2. The Childbirth Minefield: The “myth” of birth plans and an honest look at what can really happen in the labor room.
  3. Tick Tock: The truth about the biological clock and how we look at fertility differently depending on race.
  4. Prochoice Mama: The public relations problem that feminism has regarding the prochoice movement. Why being prochoice and being a mother are not mutually exclusive.
  5. Flashbacks: How the experience of childbirth can be set off emotional triggers for survivors of sexual violence.
  6. The Color of Money: How pay equity could change everything and lead to happier, healthier and possibly safer communities. Not to mention it could lead to less stay-at-home moms and more stay-at-home dads.

Please check out this series!

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