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( august, 2006 )

Somewhere in the last 30 years, motherhood has attained the same status that housework had in Betty Friedan's day—i.e., it has become this all-consuming, all-encompassing task that expands to fill up every second of the day that we can give to it. >>read more
by Amy Anderson :: feature added on 2006-08-03
Both of my children have been wholly themselves their entire lives, and I have merely acted as a steward in helping them grow into their full potential. Children are not chattel, nor social experiments. They are small people with their own aspirations and personalities and problems. >>read more
by Sheri Reed :: feature added on 2006-08-05
I think of all these mothers choking on their feelings, afraid to speak up, and I feel ill. Our society is so uncompassionate, so intolerant of human frailty in its mothers. >>read more
by Amy Anderson :: feature added on 2006-08-05

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