Most of the time I write about the politics and culture of motherhood. Sometimes I write about things. Contribute to @CNN, @Glamour, @ELLEmagazine & elsewhere.

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Elissa Strauss is an essayist and blogger who writes about gender, religion and culture. She has contributed to publications like the New York Times, Slate, Salon, Jezebel and the Forward, where she is a lead blogger for the Sisterhood blog. Previously, she covered New York's Latino community for...

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RT @aijenpoo: In the fight against sexual assault, it’s time we listen to @domesticworkers, women of color, and women in low-wage…
Yes, dads need to do more. But...moms also need to let them do more. Me, on maternal gatekeeping @CNN 
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