The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
12:45 pm
06/12/15

Photo Via Marc Jacobs

Anthony Kiedis and his son Everly Bear are the stars of Marc Jacobs’ latest ad campaign. (DailyMail)

NastyGal is being sued for allegedly firing pregnant employees. (Jezebel)

Welcome to “brotopia.” (New York Times)

The legalization of the pill turned 50! Here’s how it changed women in the workplace. (Fortune)

Sweet kids react to images of Bruce and Caitlin Jenner. (SheKnows)

Hillary Clinton joined Instagram and posted a picture of her pantsuits. (Jezebel)

A podcast about returning to work after extended maternity leave. (First Day Back)

After kicking out a breastfeeding mom, TED is reconsidering letting children attend conferences. (New York Times)

New research on anti-depressant use during pregnancy. (IB Times)

Is Odd Mom Out the new Sex and the City? (Vanity Fair)

A touching poem by the daughter of immigrants. (Buzzfeed)

Macklemore became a first-time dad. (HipHop Wired)

What overparenting looks likes from a Stanford Dean’s perspective. (KQED)

The rise of menstrual cups. (Slate)

Women are more concerned with looming parenthood than men are. Surprised? (Stanford)

A young family’s quirky and artsy Vienna abode. (Freunde von Freunden)

Ed Sheeran encourages kids who stutter. (Time)

A hot dog and pizza hybrid. (The Atlantic)

Are you helping your kids, or just nagging them? (New York Times)

The hospital birth vs. home birth debate. (Newsweek)

Americans are finally having more babies. (Business Insider)

We wouldn’t mind sipping this drink all. summer. long. (Food52)

Women’s bodies in the “fourth trimester.” (HuffPo)

Eleven celeb baby bumps to keep an eye on. (E!)

Kids of obese mothers are pre-programmed for obesity risk before birth. (Medical Daily)

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