Here are eight ways to break through the “strong Black woman” stereotype, get in touch with your emotions, and get help.
As someone who was a student parent, I would have liked to see more conversations about the ways in which Title IX provides protection to student parents from the hostile environments they have to navigate to continue and complete their educations.
Graduation season is upon us and teenagers nationwide are celebrating their academic achievements and…
The lack of LGBTQ-inclusive, comprehensive, and medically accurate sexual and reproductive health education is a public health concern that many lawmakers, educators, and doctors are letting slip through the cracks.
At this time of year, we advocates for teen mothers often wonder whom Mother’s Day is for.
When I was thousands of feet in the air, I found myself having one of the scariest mental health problems ever.
Ancient Song Doula Services is a Brooklyn-based nonprofit that was created by Chanel Porchia, a mother of four, who wanted to provide positive and individualistic maternity and infant support services to women in Brooklyn who might not be able to afford them.
Jendella is a London-based photographer, filmmaker and writer who grew up around many teen mothers and observed how these young parents, some who were her friends, lived a life that was in complete contrast to what society says young mothers are.
Talking about relationships, consent, emotions and how these all play a role in sexual and nonsexual relationships is just as important — I argue more important — than telling your child storks do not deliver babies.
Pregnant and parenting students face significant barriers that often are overlooked or discounted by schoolteachers and other people in their lives.