Adventures in Breastfeeding by Jess DelBalzo
When I was younger, I swore up and down that when I had children, I would never do it.
My mother reminds me now and then: I was adamant about it. But as soon as my baby was born, I forgot all of my previous promises, and now I can't seem to stop. I do it all the time, and... Find Out More
Many of you have probably seen or heard about Gaps PRODUCT(RED) campaign to raise money for women and children living with HIV/AIDS in Africa. (dont even get me started on how hypocritical this is on sooo many levels) How about those fancy commercials with killer special effects about "the know spreading". To many people HIV/AIDS is... Find Out More
by Rebecca Trotzky Sirr
The first United States Social Forum in Atlanta, Georgia in June 2007 brought over ten thousand community organizers and leaders together to build a vision for a world based in real justice and democracy. Young people and children played a strong and visible role. Girl-Mom and our allied sister organizations... Find Out More
By A Safe Mama
It was a sunny day in June the first time he hit me. We were in my car, I had just bailed him out of jail, and I was the (un)lucky person who got to tell him that his parents said he wasn’t allowed to come back home. We went to get something to eat and on the way back to his parents’ house to pick up... Find Out More
Being a Zero
"Wow, how much do you weigh?"
"Where do you buy clothes that fit?"
"What size do you wear?"
Somewhere along the way these personal questions started seeming acceptable to strangers. Not only is it not their business, but a body shape that I'd never had to consider... Find Out More