As an advocate for girls and women and wife to former San Francisco Mayor and current Lieutenant Governor of California Gavin Newsom, what are your thoughts on the nation’s current political climate?
Dear Girls: On Half a Lifetime Without My Mother
I’ve had a lot of time to review the woman my mother was. A lot of time in which to feel angry with her, or in awe of her. I’ve adored her and despised her, even in death.
The Truth About Feminism From A Nine-Year-Old
As a mother, the highs and lows from last year made me wonder how I could teach my kids about feminism, especially my youngest daughter.
To My Daughters As They Head Out Into The World—9 Things I’ve Learned About Life
Because as much as being a girl is beautiful, it can also suck. Especially when we’re young and just starting out
Why I Don’t Say “Yes” When My Daughter Asks If She Is Pretty
We are not “prettily, wonderfully made.” We are fearfully, wonderfully made.
How 265 Women and Girls Went from Being Victims to an Army of Survivors
“We are only as sick as our secrets.” (Alcoholics Anonymous) It’s over. On Monday, February 5th, 2018, in what was likely his last public appearance, former Michigan State University and …
Mothers and Daughters
By Stacey Conner. I don’t have an easy relationship with my daughter.
Some Boys Do
I didn’t understand how someone could be nice, charming, and in my mind adored by everyone, but threw snide comments at me often, sometimes as soon as people left the room.
Dear Fiona: A Letter To My Daughter About Why I Am Running For Office
Dear Fiona, I am in awe of your courage. I am humbled that at 8 years old, you already hold a deep belief that as a family we must do …
I am not my hair…or am I?
I also know that if momma’s hair ain’t happy, SHE AIN’T HAPPY.