Domestic Product explores the politics and economics of women’s work both at home and outside it, and the shifting dynamics of gendered work overall.
Written by the author of Ready: Why Women Are Embracing the New Later Motherhood, DP posts explore in particular the dynamics of birth timing, fertility trends, and delayed motherhood.
This blog lives at the intersection of home economics, pop culture and national policy–where we all live as we raise our families (those most domestic of products) or think about when, how or whether to raise them in our transformed world of birth control, expanded longevity, and redefined work options for women and for men. Hard fun. What’s your story?