Maybe you’re an unschooling family, maybe you’re just beginning or you’ve been doing it for years. I bet you’ve heard some of these unschooling myths from people before. Maybe they’re your concerns now, and you’re batting your way through de-schooling. Maybe you’re interested in how unschooling would work for your family and you’ve got some questions. […]
A bunch of trolls set upon a VBAC group and shut it down. In doing so they stole thousands of happy memories, friendships, and caused tremendous grief. Then they all patted each other on the back.
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My four year old son pretends to be Cinderella. Not because he’s transgender, not because he’s going to be gay, just because he’s a kid who likes a fairytale. It’s ok for boys to do things like that.
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If school isn’t working for your family, there are alternatives. Learn how one family re-discovered their love of life, and rediscovered themselves with a giant, very unconventional, leap of faith.
The average age at which boys first view pornography is 11. That’s quite a jolt isn’t it. What impact is this having on him and his future partners? Is there anything you can do to protect them all?
Some white people argue until they’re blue in the face that they’re not racist, but in doing so they lose an opportunity to learn how racism, and their own white privilege works for them but not othe
The controversy of breastfeeding in public seems to keep on keeping on, but is it really controversial, or are people just making up a whole lot of nonsense. One Dad explores the topic.