We Try It: Beco Soleil Baby Carrier

JuniperWe try it!2 Comments

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Woven wraps are the bee’s knees, the cat’s pyjamas, the unicorn’s belly hair. They’re also not for everyone. That is where Soft Structured Carriers (SSCs) come in. For some people, babywearing is something where their needs and their comfort means that a SSC is going to work best for them, and sometimes people just like to use a range of … Read More

JuniperWe Try It: Beco Soleil Baby Carrier

Forgotify, the Last Frontier: Week 2

Angelina PanozzoMusic2 Comments

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For week two of the Forgotify experiment, the random music gods gifted unto me Joseph Hadyn’s The Seasons. Yes, it’s classical music, but hey! Where are you going? Classical music isn’t scary. Come back! 

Angelina PanozzoForgotify, the Last Frontier: Week 2

WIC Up My Sleeve: How it Feels to Use Government Assistance

SusanPerspectives4 Comments

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My palms start to sweat before I even get in line. I choose my checkout carefully, trying to find a cashier who looks quick and sympathetic. Ideally, I would be able to suss out the other customers in line, but I can’t figure out who will be behind me until I’ve already chosen. My palms are sweating a little now as … Read More

SusanWIC Up My Sleeve: How it Feels to Use Government Assistance

News in Asia: Fashion Edition

StephensStyle1 Comment

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This week’s column is inspired partly by this post, which highlights some of the awesome things about the country of Pakistan; one of which is their fashion industry.

StephensNews in Asia: Fashion Edition

This Week in Misogyny

[E] HillaryThis Week in Misogyny3 Comments

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I love debunking hoaxes and bullshit “studies.” I hate all the other terrible things I have to tell you about. You win some, you lose some. (As usual, trigger warnings for pretty much everything apply.)

[E] HillaryThis Week in Misogyny