As the #MeToo movement continues to reveal serial harassers, women are beginning to ask how we can make systemic change for all women—especially those who are not in the position to speak out.
This week: Sexual harassers face (some) consequences, working moms during the holidays, ADHD at work, cake speech at the Supreme Court and the Republican tax bill.
Call-in day on Nov. 29 to fight Republican tax bill.
This week: when it’s more than A.D.H.D., Autism Speaks survey results, ESPN’s 30 for 30 podcast explores racism better than New York Times, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her pre-Supremes legal magic and information about how the GOP tax scam adds a tax on disability.
This week, the mental load of mothering with ADHD, autism is not a behavioral problem, pain acceptance was invented by people who don’t understand chronic pain at all, Sen. Al Franken apologizes for sexual harassment, and Roy Moore thinks he’s being persecuted.
Parenting with ADHD is a royal pain in the butt. Parenting on its own is not a cake walk. But differences in executive function become