TIME teamed up with Lean In to ask famous dads to write open letters to their daughters. In honor of Father’s Day, we want to …
Maybe it’s time to admit that a lot of mothers don’t mind the lost pay and status of part-time jobs
The world will tell you that money shouldn’t be a factor in deciding to have more children. But should we really have to justify wanting to preserve our resources?
Race has gotten too complex for racists, as the recent tempest in a cereal bowl shows
Beneath that Pew study we all heard about this week lies a telling critique: people disapprove of moms who work if their child care is bad
Kids who are neglected may be better off remaining with their families with additional support than put into foster care
The Girl Scouts explicitly reject discrimination, while the Boy Scouts encourage bigotry and intellectual passivity
Lactation activists alienate new moms with their all-or-nothing approach, leaving most women to figure out a way to combine breast milk with formula on their own.
Moms are thanked for hugs, while dads are thanked for being role models. But the family roles of mother and father have long since converged
The Working Families Flexibility Act is actually a business-friendly Trojan horse
Why their latest p.r. stunt will misfire, and what they need to do next
Parents should know: children are not like hair color or college majors or other things you can just “change your mind” about
These days, it’s starting to seem like an urgent question