The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
10:00 am
09/30/22

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The new docuseries “I Love You, You Hate Me” reveals the dark side of Barney. (Variety)

Why unpaid labor is more likely to hurt women’s mental health than men’s. (New York Times)

It’s nearly October (!) and we’ve got your brand-new horoscope. (MOTHER)

A new study finds top surgery drastically improves the quality of life for young transgender people. (CNBC)

TikTok could face a $29 million fine in the U.K. for failing to protect kids’ privacy. (CNBC)

A Forbes investigation found that Wattpad has become a place where sexual predators target and exploit vulnerable teens. (Forbes)

New clues about the embellished baby carriers humans used 10,000 years ago. (Science Alert)

Beyoncé: A Little Golden Book Biography will be the first title from a new collab between Ebony Jr. and Random House Children’s Books. (Amazon)

Ivy & Bean author Annie Barrows on her latest picture book. (MOTHER)

Sarah Jessica Parker’s 13-year-old daughters look all grown up on the red carpet for Hocus Pocus 2. (E!)

Same with Maggie Gyllenhaal’s daughter Ramona, 15, who’s now sitting front row at fashion week. (People)

An argument for giving parents what they need in order to “fix” American education. (The Atlantic)

A stunning portrait series on motherhood. (MOTHER)

A “sobering” study highlights the challenges of egg freezing. (New York Times)

Disney debuted 4 new adaptive Halloween costumes for kids. (Disney)

What Americans don’t understand about teachers and professors. (The Atlantic)

Gerber Childrenswear launched a sustainably-minded collection. (Gerber)

The FDA investigated the ongoing baby formula shortage. Here’s what it found. (Popular Science, NPR)

A new study out of Spain shows how becoming a father shrinks your cerebrum. (The Economist)

Hilaria Baldwin had her 7th child, a daughter named Ilaria Catalina Irena. (Instagram)

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