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Be an LGBTQ+ Ally: 10 Phrases to Stop Using Today

Stop saying these phrases and help break the chain of hurtful speech.

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When Your Fourth Grade Son Is Called “Gay”

His bravery, day after day, in this single act of noble defiance makes me feel like maybe I’ve done something right after all.

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I’m Scared for Our Daughters

“As I raise daughters in today’s world, I am often scared. Scared for their safety and for mine.”

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6 Ways to Encourage Inclusivity in Your Family

“Raising respectful, knowledgeable, and empathetic members of society begins with you, and by encouraging inclusivity at home, you’re doing your part in creating a better world for everyone.”

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5 Inclusive Resources for Families with Small Children

“It’s never too early or too late to learn about inclusion and to teach your children to accept all individuals, no matter their gender, race, sexuality, or ability.”

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Little Feminist Releases 3 New Inclusive Board Books for Toddlers

Add inclusivity to your child’s library with this series.

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Let’s Talk about Sext(ing)—& Why You Should with Your Kids, Too

Photo: Luke Porter via Unsplash
The sending and receiving of sexually charged images and words via digital devices—a.k.a. “sexting”—is a relatively common practice amongst young people. Parents, having grown up amongst different norms, often feel lost in how to help…

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3 Things Every Parent Should Ask Themselves Weekly (Your Partner Will Thank You)

The sweetest gift two parents can give their children is to have a meaningful, passionate relationship with one another.

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It Doesn’t Matter If Kids’ Parents Are Straight or Gay, Study Finds

A new study reveals that it doesn’t matter if you’re gay or straight, because all parents are created equal.

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Channing Tatum Pens an Emotional Open Letter About Future Hopes for His Daughter

photo: Gage Skidmore via Flickr
For the premiere of his new live show, Magic Mike in Las Vegas, Channing Tatum was asked to write a piece in Cosmopolitan. The first thought he had? His own daughter might read it someday…

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The New Film Festival for Kids You Don’t Want To Miss!

Trolls! Totoro! (And at least one classic from your childhood.) Mini cinephiles rejoice!

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How I Learned to Own My Body

Binge eating has been following me around like a clingy frenemy for as long as I can remember. Up until last year, I would regularly eat so much at night that I would wake up the next morning still feeling…

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