Mila just rocks it here. I never really stopped to think about this phrasing, but when you do, you realize—it is a bit misleading. Yes, both parents are necessary and complimentary. Yes, both parents will have the child. But the “being” pregnant part, that is all woman. Well, mostly woman.
I don’t want to get into the technicals and semantics of it all because I really do think that both parents have an equal part in pregnancy and the entire process is a partnership. Not to mention emotionally and psychologically, both parents are definitely all in. I just find it interesting to see Mila’s side here. Are men empathizing with their wives, or are they simply taking credit where it isn’t due?
No definitive opinion, except that she rocked this bit.
So, I am really into classrooms, and universites, and education in general. This is EXACTLY the direction in which I fear we are moving.
“The internet can know students better than teachers ever could”
Since when can the internet look you in the eyes and respond to your inquisitve face? Since when can the internet foster community and togetherness in a way that sitting in a stuffy room with other students your age can and does?
Wow, mind blown, that someone who “values” education could desire this world. But, that is just me.
This woman is a world renown environmental badass. Makes you think about the way ecology and justice intermingle, and sounds awesome while doing it. New role model? I think so.
IT is not often that I agree with the American Enterprise Institute, but this seems like a topic more women should be talking about…
Maternal and Egalitarian Feminism