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"OH NO, IT'S A GIRL!"  by Deborah Ostrovsky
"OH NO, IT'S A GIRL!"

"OH NO, IT'S A GIRL!"

The Positively Sexist Things People Say About Daughters

"Comme vous êtes pointue, Madame!" Women in my Montreal neighbourhood accost me almost daily on my walks to the bakery, the depanneur and the park. Your belly is pointy, they are saying, nodding their heads with ebullient approval.

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Time to Slay the Perfect-Mother Myth  by Jeanie Keogh
Time to Slay the Perfect-Mother Myth

Time to Slay the Perfect-Mother Myth

A generation ago, middle-class women grew up with the understanding that it was possible to have it all: healthy, well-adjusted children, successful careers and fulfilling personal relationships.

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Jane Rules: Reflections on Living and on Loving  by Joanne Bealy
Jane Rules: Reflections on Living and on Loving

Jane Rules: Reflections on Living and on Loving

Jane Rule was born in Plainfield, New Jersey, on March 28, 1931. After spending time in England, she moved to Canada in 1956 to teach at the University of British Columbia.

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