In the days leading up to the series finale of Mad Men, the New York Post interviewed Melanie Notkin on how dating has changed since the Mad Men era. Notkin shared thoughts from her book, Otherhood: M...Read More »
Spinster—the most talked-about book of the summer—celebrates the power and pleasures of solitary life, but skims over the toughest fact of solo-hood: loneliness. Briony Smith tackles the last single-l...Read More »
So what did I do?
I threw it back old school style and PICKED UP A BOOK. Otherhood by Melanie Notkin gives a voice to a population of single childless women who didn’t necessarily plan their curren...Read More »
"We can’t change as much as we’d like to how society looks at us, but we can certainly change how we look at ourselves...we are not second to mother." - Melanie Notkin
More and more women are reachin...Read More »
"They’ve been called the Nomos (not-mothers), who have entered a state of “otherhood” (like motherhood without the “m”). These women are our girlfriends, sisters, colleagues, neighbours and partners. ...Read More »
Fertility matters, yes. But biological clock extremists are preventing women from enjoying healthy relationships.
Rachel Kramer Bussel, DAME
"That’s why, when the cultural noise about why we should ...Read More »