International Women’s Day. I’ve never paid much attention to it in the past. In fact, for most of my life, I’ve intentionally avoid anything explicitly feminine. For some women, the idea of normative femininity is fraught with tension and discomfort, even though they identify squarely as women. I’m one of them.
On conservative Christian complicity in the refugee and immigrant ban.
When I announced my pregnancy, I found out that not a lot of people expected me to ever be a mom. That was part self-inflicted, part not. Here’s the part that’s my fault: I was loud about my uncertainty regarding my like of babies. I think I actually hashtagged #nobabiesonlypuppies on Instagram once. Whenever anyone … Continue reading But how…?
As I mentioned in the previous post, I participated in a panel on adaptive babywearing and parenting last week. It got me thinking about the term adaptive. Honestly, I don't think I wear or parent my baby much differently from the average parent, so I wonder, why do we feel the need to call it, or anything else … Continue reading Adaptive everything.