A Better Day for All Future Fathers

A Better Day for All Future Fathers

On Father’s Day, we should consider how best to improve the lives of all future fathers and their children. It’s hard to read through this New York Times article (“Remember the Population Bomb? It’s Still Ticking”) and not see the obvious: Our world would...
Let’s All Look Out for the Children

Let’s All Look Out for the Children

Look for advice on deciding whether to have a child and a theme will emerge: The articles are always written entirely from the perspective of the parent. The needs and interests of the future child are invisible. In some cases, we hear that kids are expensive, but...
Rethinking the Language of Family Planning

Rethinking the Language of Family Planning

Writing for The Guardian, Andrew Solomon explores the need for a better vocabulary, one that adequately serves all families raising future generations. People apply this [traditional] vocabulary with a blunt literalism, asking adopted children about their “real...