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Jen Gann

Jen Gann is the essays editor for the Cut.

  1. books
    How to Write About Impossible Female PainOn Miriam Toews’s latest novel, Women Talking.
  2. marriage: an investigation
    He Knew She Had a Terminal Illness, But They Got Married Anyway“I still don’t really consider her, you know, sick. It’s not the way I think of her.”
  3. parenthood
    What’s the Cradle Act — and Is It Better Than Nothing?A newly proposed family-leave policy would have parents borrow money from retirement to help finance time off after the birth or adoption of a child.
  4. first person
    Should I Stay Pregnant?For me, being pregnant again means being willing to end it.
  5. the cut opinion pages
    I Absolutely Love ‘Baby Shark’If you don’t agree now, I hope you will soon.
  6. strong dumb take
    Grand Dividing Theory of Female DoritosThere are two types of women: Nacho Cheese and Cool Ranch.
  7. fertility
    You Need More Than a Frozen Egg to Make a BabyWhy is IVF left out of discussions about egg freezing?
  8. parenthood
    With Reservations, I Love This Documentary About Parenting Atypical ChildrenCan you separate your child from their condition?
  9. politics
    Trump Would Love to Declare a Mommy LoveThe administration’s failure to support a breastfeeding resolution was also an attempt to divide new parents.
  10. politics
    How to Be a Parent in AmericaWe have to give up on the idea that common ground makes a difference to people willing to commit atrocities.
  11. zero-tolerance policy
    I Worked at an ‘Unaccompanied Alien Child’ ShelterHere’s what happens to immigrant kids when they’re detained.
  12. father's day
    Watching My Husband Become a Weird DadThe man I married has joined the ranks of strange fathers.
  13. working moms
    6 Women on How They’ve Been Treated at Work After Having KidsWhat anti-mom bias at work looks and feels like.
  14. royal wedding 2.0
    I Love These Royal-Face Bathing SuitsWhat’s the problem here?
  15. motherhood
    Sharon Horgan on How Having Kids Helped Her Find Herself CreativelyThe writer and actress talks to the Cut about her new show, Motherland.
  16. moms in movies
    The Most ‘Real’ Scene in Tully Isn’t About Horrific MotherhoodMy favorite part of this mom movie was an aspect of motherhood that’s hard to put into words.
  17. self reflection
    I Love Taking Care of My Toddler’s Face Because I’m Tired of MineThe glory of taking care of your child’s looks, while you still can.
  18. parenthood
    Chrissy Teigen Doesn’t Feel Like an Expert Mom“God, no,” she told the Cut.
  19. women of the world
    What It’s Like to Give Birth in a Refugee Camp“When the ambulance first arrived to the camp, an EMT told me that they needed proof the baby was my baby.”
  20. baby music
    Listen to Charming Kids’ Music by Two Stay-at-Home DadsTanlines’ EP for kids is out now from … “Apparent Records.”
  21. motherhood
    A New Crop of Mom Thrillers Taps Into Our Worst FearsOur children’s death, and anything that would lead to it.
  22. usa gymnastics
    America Failed Its GymnastsThe sport has changed, but not enough.
  23. get a hobby
    Is Having a Kid a Hobby?Well, it definitely gives you new hobbies.
  24. bearing children
    Congress Is Threatening Kids’ Health CareGrown-ups are supposed to help kids stay healthy.
  25. maternal mortality
    Black Women Are 3 Times More Likely to Die From ChildbirthA new report highlights the chilling racial disparities in maternal health.
  26. motherhood
    Every Parent Wants to Protect Their Child. I Never Got the Chance.To fight for my son, I have to argue that he should never have been born.
  27. little baby jokes
    This Is the No. 1 Name for Women Who Will Become Moms in 2018The most-popular names for women who will turn 28 next year, which is the average age U.S. women become first-time moms.
  28. moms in movies
    A Bad Moms Christmas Is a Serious Movie About IdentityHo ho … hear me out.
  29. moms in movies
    The Almost-Fearless Kids in The Florida ProjectAt first, the mini heroes seem like they’re not afraid of anything.
  30. motherhood
    5 Women on What Postpartum Depression Feels Like“I felt smothered, and heavy, like I couldn’t breathe.”
  31. fixations
    I Think About This a Lot: The Celebrity Tweets of CarmageddonIt was the summer of 2011, a ten-mile stretch of the 405 freeway in L.A. was closed for construction, and celebrities were asked to spread the news.
  32. childbirth
    Inside One of the Busiest Maternity Loveds in the WorldMotherland is an intimate documentary about a bustling hospital.
  33. abortion access
    3 Women on Banning Abortions for Down SyndromeThree women who received prenatal diagnosis for Down syndrome discuss their views.
  34. parenthood
    The Off-Stage, Very Sick Child in Mary JaneBy never showing his face, the play allows the audience to project into his plight.
  35. bearing children
    How Much Would You Pay to Monitor Your Baby?Yesterday, the New York Times laid out some options.
  36. pregnancy
    7 Women on What a Miscarriage Feels LikeFrom “a biological loneliness” to the way people reacted.
  37. i like this bitch's life
    I Wish I Had a Clothesline Full of Linens in MaineI Like This Bitch’s Life: Nicholson Baker edition.
  38. sick sad babies
    What to Do If the Health-Care Bill Makes You Want to SwearBe like Joe Scarborough and go ahead and swear. Then call your senators.
  39. bearing children
    It’s Okay to Politicize Your Child When Politics Are Threatening His LifeRepublicans are endangering health care for American families, again.
  40. bearing children
    Bearing Children: How to Bring Your Baby to the Office for a VisitFirst, don’t expect it to be fun (for you).
  41. parenthood
    British Men Aren’t Taking Their Parental LeaveFewer than one percent of men in the U.K. are taking advantage of the country’s shared-parental-leave offering.
  42. 3 Women Are Suing Google for Alleged Sex DiscriminationIn a class-action suit, three plaintiffs accuse the tech giant of sex discrimination against its female employees.
  43. bearing children
    The Surprising and Not-Surprising Effects of Listening to a Baby CryIt might make you better at video games, for one.
  44. bearing children
    Ending a Pregnancy Because of Down Syndrome Is Not a Precursor to EugenicsIt’s a personal choice.
  45. bearing children
    What to Do When You Forget the Name of Your Friend’s BabyThis is a high-stakes social situation.
  46. parenthood
    13 Women on What Sleep Training Feels Like“Sleep training is one of those things that sounds great in the parenting books you read before giving birth.”
  47. bearing children
    Marie Kondo’s 2-Year-Old Can Fold Socks With Surprising ExactnessA delightful update on the organizational guru, now a mother of two.
  48. bearing children
    Breastfeeding Is for OverachieversMoms with privilege often strive for the parenting versions of gold-star standards.
  49. boob tales
    13 Women on What Pumping Breast Milk Feels Like“The day-to-day reality of pumping at work was awful.”
  50. bearing children
    Pumping Breast Milk Just Got a Little Bit More SeriousAfter a tragedy, the CDC released new and more extensive guidelines for cleaning pump parts.
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