#150: What’s a feminist mom to do? In our 150th podcast, humorist Devorah Blachor lifts the veil on all things glittery and pink as we find out why our daughters are more princess-obsessed than ever. We talk about her brand new book THE FEMINIST’S GUIDE TO RAISING A LITTLE PRINCESS: HOW TO RAISE A GIRL WHO’S AUTHENTIC, JOYFUL, AND FEARLESS–EVEN IF SHE REFUSES TO WEAR ANYTHING BUT A PINK TUTU (TarcherPerigree). And, of course, because you’re listening to Atomic Moms, we also speak candidly about depression, being your children’s ally, and the time Sabrina tried to open mouth kiss me because she saw Prince Eric and Ariel do it in the book. xx Ellie Knaus, host
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About Our Guest:
Devorah Blachor is the author of The Feminist’s Guide to Raising a Little Princess. She’s also written novels, humor, personal essays, scripts, grant proposals, newsletters for disorganized NGOs, content for obsolete websites, IT brochures, a mediocre college thesis, refrigerator notes, letters for the Prime Minister of Israel and doodles of three dimensional boxes. She lives with her husband and two kids.
#NapTime Read by our Guest: Turn Your Princess-Obsessed Toddler Into a Feminist in Eight Easy Steps (New York Times)