The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
6:20 pm
06/14/19

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Ali Wong reveals her Baby Cobra dress is going to the Smithsonian. (HuffPo, Parade)

Cassie is pregnant with a baby girl. (Instagram)

Is over-“sharenting” becoming old fashioned? (The Atlantic)

Rihanna on taking personal time and wanting to be a mom “more than anything in life.” (Interview)

The long-lasting benefits of paternity leave. (The New York Times)

Baby Shark is hitting the road on a 100-date U.S. tour. (People)

Why parenting “rules” are complicated. (The Atlantic)

The history behind Father’s Day. (Lifehacker)

8 facts about American dads. (Pew Research Center)

Kraft launches “salad frosting.” (HuffPo)

The daughter of famed “Tiger Mom” Amy Chua is now working for Brett Kavanaugh. (HuffPo)

How invisible labor contributes to the gender pay gap. (Pacific Standard)

Another reason to push back school start times. (Healthline)

Men aren’t quite sure how to be abortion-rights activists. (The Atlantic)

One immigrant mother’s long journey back to her kids. (The Cut)

Missy Elliott becomes the first female hip-hop artist inducted into the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame. (Daily Beast)

Why fixing America’s schools won’t alone solve inequity. (The Atlantic)

Men need to spend at least 50 more minutes a day doing housework, and women 50 less. (The New York Times)

How men’s bodies change when they become fathers. (The New York Times)

The sisters and moms behind Nina Sky talk about opening a kids’ vintage shop, amongst other things. (BET)

How an expert in negotiation would bargain with a child. (The Atlantic)

The high costs of giving birth. (Forbes)

More men with babies are running for office, but few are asked about parenting. (Roll Call)

Is “dad shaming” really on the rise? (Psychology Today)

Advice for teens looking for summer jobs. (The New York Times)

How to be a good father. (BBC)

Tips for children’s safety on scooters and bikes. (The New York Times)

The importance of speaking up about gendered parenting stereotypes. (The Los Angeles Times)

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