The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
10:30 am
06/15/18

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Why Mister Rodgers was such a bad ass. (Salon)

The groan-worthy stereotypes gracing Father’s Day and Mother’s Day cards. (The Atlantic)

Target pulls a “Baby Daddy” card off the market after complaints. (CNN)

The inhumanity of separating children from their parents at the border continues. (The Atlantic)

The shameful state of paid paternity leave worldwide. (Quartz)

The long list of benefits that come with good paternity leave policies. (Quartz)

Fewer teens are having sex and using drugs. (CNN)

U.S. toddlers are eating way too much sugar. (USA Today)

An illustrated guide to the gender pay gap if you’re a mom. (The Cut)

Teens face a gender pay gap, too. (The Washington Post)

The Incredibles 2 is “absolutely delightful” according to critics. (Salon)

The beauty of Bao, the Pixar short film preceding The Incredibles 2 in theaters. (Slate)

A history of the sandbox. (Slate)

Bode Miller and his wife Morgan Beck tragically lost their 2-year-old daughter to a pool drowning. (People)

How to cut the overwhelm of being a working parent. (Harvard Business Review)

Pics of dads around the world welcoming a newborn. (HuffPo)

Why it’s important that dads bond with babies. (Time)

Hilary Duff is pregnant with a girl. (Instagram)

A new exhibit about Frida Kahlo’s style. (Harper’s Bazaar)

What prom looks like for teen moms. (The New York Times)

73 questions with Gisele B√ľndchen, including a cameo by her daughter. (YouTube)

After two abortions, a love note to one’s womb. (On Our Moon)

Children’s books about black hair meet controversy. (The New York Times)

The forgotten girls who lead the school desegregation movement. (The Atlantic)

What people call moms and dads in other countries. (HuffPo)

The places where boys outperform girls in math are rich, suburban, and white. (The New York Times)

Behind the myth that storks deliver babies. (Live Science)

Lessons for dads-to-be. (The New York Times)

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