The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
10:00 am
11/18/16

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Michelle Obama lands on the cover of Vogue. (Vogue)

A comparison of paid family leave policies at the biggest companies in the U.S. (PL+US)

Gloria Steinem on Trump. (WNYC)

Why we should be conscious of gender stereotypes from day one. (Salon)

Dave Chappelle on SNL (a must-watch), and also on the new Discovery show Project Dad. (People)

Fewer Americans are spanking their kids. (Slate)

Talking to your children about the election. (The New York Times)

Is juvenile justice beyond repair? (The Atlantic)

Nasty Gal filed for bankruptcy. (The New York Times)

Tyra Banks on “balancing” work and motherhood. (InStyle)

Teens are much more likely to get pregnant in small towns (vs. big cities). (Los Angeles Times)

A Minnesota mother sued her trans child for transitioning without consent. (Slate)

Teaching teens empathy via gaming. (USA Today)

Amazon was ordered to reimburse parents for in-app purchases made by kids. (Wall Street Journal)

Why children need recess. (The Atlantic)

How Lego is capturing screen-loving kids’ attention. (CNBC)

Everyone’s raving about Moonlight. (YouTube)

This new Apple TV app will read to your kids for you. (TechCrunch)

Womansplaining Donald Trump. (W)

Richard Branson says his mother taught him to take risks. (Business Insider)

The battle over Sofia Vergara’s frozen embryos. (Slate)

A study suggests young children of SAHM’s are lacking in these skills. (London School of Economics)

Gender outranks race when kids describe “me.” (Futurity)

Kelly Clarkson on finding “next-level confidence” through motherhood. (Good Housekeeping)

An ode to single motherhood. (The New Yorker)

Teens overestimate pot use amongst peers. (Stanford Daily)

How discrimination shapes parent-teacher relationships. (The Atlantic)

Nick Cannon to become a dad once again. (People)

Teen depression is on the rise in the U.S. (Live Science)

What happens when one parent is a vegetarian and the other is a carnivore? (Boston Globe)

Malin Akerman on single mamahood. (Yahoo!)

An iPad game that helps kids with lazy eyes. (Live Science)

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