We are forced to make decisions about our families, often not always based on our hopes and visions for the future, but on the money in our pocket and whether we have access to competent healthcare. But what if we could change that?
Queer and trans folks have been making babies for a long time, and it’s rarely ever easy. Even when we create biological children, we have to fight to be recognized as their parents.
Single parenting, Christmas shopping and why I let my family buy the gifts
Bringing my daughter with me to the gynecologist appointments has helped us talk about women’s health without it being an abstract or taboo concept to her.
The criminalization of the Black community is breaking up the Black family and by doing so is perpetuating the cycles of poverty and oppression in our society.
A well-known African proverb reads, “It takes a village to raise a child.” It also takes a village for Black women to have healthy pregnancies and deliver healthy babies.
Becoming a mother at 15 made me feel as if I had to prove to the world that I could do “it” on my own.
Like many others, I’m sure, I was raised among many women who taught me deep and powerful life lessons.
Everyday, single mothers across the country are forced to make unconventional decisions because of societal structures in place.
I know, with certainty, that my father would not murder me.