These days the average five-year-old has had 1500 images of themselves uploaded to some form of social media.
My daughter just stands in the shower, and stares at the taps.
Do we really want our daughters to grow up thinking they’re not good enough because of their size?
Parenting is hard for both genders. But it’s most grueling for women, in a number of areas.
“I am completely comfortable saying that I do not feel the need or desire to ever have children of my own.”
I am where I am today — a happily married mother — because of all the decisions I’ve made in my life. And those decisions included two abortions.
   When you’re depressed and pregnant, the weight of that guilt is even heavier.
I went to learn about the options to freeze my eggs so that when I was ready to make a decision about having kids, I wouldn’t have to worry about my age.
“I felt like, and still feel like, I made a mistake. I don’t want to be a parent.”
Because my worth as a woman shouldn’t be based on what I do with my womb. 
Maybe it’s time we reexamined the popular paradigm that love + marriage = kids.
“Parenting” has become a competitive sport. But it’s kids who are losing.
It was a rainy Saturday evening when my husband uttered the words that shattered my life plans. 
I’m quite content with my fur baby, thank you very much. 
Maybe I just needed an excuse to get out of the house, child-free, for 15 hours a week.
Well, at least now we know how #teamJen feel about the Brangelina split.
The world needs to get the message our bodies aren’t up for public commentary.