As I said in part one: So much great writing out there this month! But I don’t have the energy/time to give you more than these pretty bare links. Please explore them anyway!
from Eric Michael Johnson at Times Higher Education, “Women and Children First”
For decades the science of child-rearing was guided by patriarchal ideas, but now the cradle rocks to an older rhythm. Eric Michael Johnson, in conversation with eminent evolutionary biologists Sarah Hrdy and Robert Trivers, explores how Mother Nature and the social network that nurtured our past have been remembered at last.
from Anne Sabo at Love, Sex, and Family, “Talk with Your Kids about Masturbation”
from Libby Anne at Love, Joy, Feminism, “My Rights as a Pregnant Woman or the Lack Thereof”
from Blue Milk, “Interview with Ina May Gaskin for the Book Birth Matters”
from Kristen Oganowski at Birthing Beautiful Ideas, “Teaching and Talking about Breastfeeding: Let’s Get Real“