Here’s a recent story from the New York Times about the ethics of mixing the genes of multiple (more than 2) parents to form one child, through cytoplasmic transfer. In this case the point is to replace genes that would
The NY Times‘ Room for Debate online forum asked “Should women delay motherhood?” That’s a problematic question, presuming that “experts” know what women “should” do better than they do themselves. Here’s my reply along with those of six others: http://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2013/07/08/should-women-delay-motherhood/delayed-parenting-can-empower-women A Delay
Here’s more discussion in the “how late is too late?” vein, on a show called Inside E Street. To watch the video, click here. Is it 50, 60, 75 ….? And is it a different choice if you’re bearing a
Here’s a link to a cover story in New York Mag this week, about the way delayer trend — women who have kids at 50 or later. Parents of a Certain Age. The article, by Lisa Miller, discusses both egg
Here’s a link to my recent guest blog at Mothering in the Middle: The blog for new midlife mothers: Ladies in Waiting.
The new show NURTURE: Stories of New Midlife Mothers, which pairs great images with the first-person stories of how those families were formed.
Here’s a good piece on current issues in international adoption by EJ Graff, published in Democracy: The Baby Business. She advocates requiring Hague accreditation for all international adoptions (instead of only enforcing the Hague guidelines for those countries that have