A new study reveals that parents spend more time time in cognitive activities with their daughters than with their sons.
Category: Family 2.0
A new study says that while the roles of modern parents are converging, today’s moms and dads are feeling quite stressed when it comes to balancing work and family life.
It’s surprising how much we as a community think about what’s happening in a woman’s uterus. Focusing on your own reproduction makes sense. What troubles me is when the business community wants to talk about it, too. In fact, it seems impossible to talk about the advancement of women in business without someone dropping the word “baby” into the equation. I don’t know about you, but I think it’s high time companies take their eyes off our navels.
Studies have shown that a country’s reproductive health laws are crucial to empowering women.
The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) published The State of World Population 2012 this November which underscored the positive impact that family planning has not only on the lives of women but on their households, communities, and countries as well.
What kinds of homes Americans needed has always been a question without a simple answer—with many competing perspectives. The designs of our home not only allocates our belongings throughout the house, it structures the ways in which we interact with one another and the communities in which we live.
Over 50 percent of women in the U.S. prefer to work outside the home, a new Gallup poll showed.