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Thursday 12 May 2016
Column Opinion Sport

side by side: a mother’s duty

Danielle Croci
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Sunday was Mothers’ Day. As with any holiday or event, brands and companies jumped at the chance to make reference to the day in an attempt to stay relevant. Sporting teams and leagues were no different, and Mothers’ Day brought a plethora of posts thanking mothers for their contribution to sport. A nice sentiment, right?…
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Tuesday 7 July 2015
Featured Feminism Life

working in motherhood: damned if you don’t

Natalie Rose Corrigan
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There have been countless studies on working mothers: the pros and cons, the implications, the inevitable stress, anxiety and guilt that come with the decision to return to work. After years of exhaustive debate and the tired, boring insistence that women can ‘have it all’, Harvard University has conducted what may be the most comprehensive…
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Friday 20 December 2013

in brief: almost 1 per cent of surveyed american mothers claim immaculate conception

Sarah Iuliano
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Researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have found almost 1% of new mothers surveyed protest the conception of their child was immaculate. The Like a Virgin (Mother) study looked at the pregnancy and birth processes of 7,870 women over 14 years, finding 0.8% of these claiming they didn’t have sex to…
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Monday 27 August 2012
Featured News

mummy blogs: where to go when you want to feel inadequate

Shannon Clarke
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In May, Jamie Lynn Grumet literally became the poster mum for attachment parenting. After appearing on the cover of TIME Magazine (‘Are You Mom Enough’?) with her breastfeeding three-year-old, Grumet set off a multi-national debate about attachment parenting, with people wondering if it was natural, psychologically damaging, or selfish. And then Latch On NYC happened….
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Thursday 12 January 2012

a woman’s right to breastfeed


It’s certainly not news that many mothers have copped flack for breastfeeding their babies in public. I, for one, recall stories from my mum about the struggles that she faced when my siblings and I were young. However you’d think in this day and age the most natural process of feeding one’s young would be…
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