the frisky
Have we become so conditioned to viewing breasts solely as sexualized body parts that anything outside that immediately causes people to wave their Puritan flags in protest?
breastfeeding
Within two weeks of my son’s birth, women across New York City started emptying the contents of their freezers into my husband’s oversized camping backpack.
breastfeeding
Here's my response to the person who said "No one wants to see this" about my breastfeeding photo.
breastfeeding
If you’ve never been pregnant or you’re not a woman, you might not be aware of the pressure that is placed upon women to breastfeed.
breastfeeding
I have the equivalent of a huge, uh, package in this arena, but I hate the competition around it -- my friends who couldn’t do it had to deal with shame and guilt piled on by moms who should have been supportive.
elizabeth street
I thought I found a place to feel like a good mom, but boy, was I wrong.
breasts
To really kick off this weekly column the right way, I’m going to overshare about my breasts. Again.
breastfeeding
I want to try to explain to you why I'm still breastfeeding my toddler. Because I'm not really certain myself, some days.
babies
About that time I squirted my son's father in the eye with a fountain of breast milk.
boobs
I don't think I had a stitch of clothing on the upper portion of my body for the first few weeks that I was home from the hospital. It also happened to be the time when we had a never-ending flow of company. I did not give a shit.
breastfeeding
I’m not one of “those freaky moms” -- I’m just a regular mom who did what worked for me and my kids.