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( july, 2006 )

The juxtaposition between the salacious thoughts in my head and the mundane activities I'm performing as a parent seems funny to me. So I write about the place that exists between the mother-role we take on and the sexualized woman we bury or leave behind. >>read more
by Amy Anderson :: feature added on 2006-07-22
Every literary mama seems to write about this topic. Will that deter me? Hell—I mean, heck—no! So follow me into the confessional for that perennial, breast-beating lament of modern motherhood: My Kids Cuss Like Sailors And It's All My Fault. >>read more
by Kate Haas :: feature added on 2006-07-16
I plummeted into age-old fears that my flat chest was a sign that I should have been a boy. All those years with an irregular period, the problems I'd had getting pregnant, and the months of fertility drugs convinced me of my failure as a female. >>read more
by Amy Mercer :: feature added on 2006-07-02

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