Minna Dubin writes about motherhood and identity. Her work has been published in The New York Times, Parents, The Forward, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Romper, and elsewhere. She is working on a book about “mom rage” in ten-minute increments when she’s not eating chocolate and texting in the bathroom, hiding from her children. Follow Minna on Instagram @momlists.
The writer recognized how important it is for young girls to see our first woman vice-president. But she was reminded by her young son how crucial it is that boys behold the sight of a woman in power, too.
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