Maggie Brady is a graduate of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University. She writes from the Cleveland, Ohio area.
Our Relationships with Animals (and People) are Going to the Dogs
Our love for fur babies comes at a time when there’s an atrocious lack of investment in people.
'Spencer' Is A Ghost Story with a Surprising Bad Guy
The Focus on Meghan and Harry’s Family Size is Weird—and Wrong
Population Matters just awarded the couple for limiting their family to two.
Mother and Athlete: The Olympics Story You Haven’t Heard
Olympians are speaking out about abortion pressure.
Sterilized: The Dark Past (and Present) of the World’s Most Popular Form of Birth Control
Coerced sterilization of women is still happening today.
Why Planned Parenthood’s Rejection of Its Founder Doesn’t Go Far Enough
Some of Planned Parenthood’s problematic founding philosophies are still alive today
‘Allen v. Farrow’: The Side of the Tragedy No One Is Talking About
In addition to a horrible story of abuse, the HBO show reveals a problematic approach to parenting.
Post-Traumatic Growth: The Rainbow After the Hurricane
The negative effects following trauma don't have to be the lasting effects
Not Your Usual Sex Ed: The Unexpected Results of Teaching Teens Fertility Awareness
Sex ed that teen girls actually want to learn
Health at Every Size: A New Way to Love Our Bodies
Finding confidence without counting
With Her Nose Stuck in a Book: The Feminine Face of Book Clubs
And how to start one
Eating to Be Clean: The Growing Awareness for Orthorexia
When healthy eating becomes an unhealthy addiction
Cooking with Your Heart: Healing with Culinary Therapy
The deeper truth in the phrase ‘comfort food’
Entertain the Kid in You with These Nine Stream-able Shows
Give your inner child a chance to choose the entertainment
Good Love, Bad Credit? The Surprising Way Your Credit Score Impacts Your Love Life
A good credit score isn't the only thing to look for in a partner, but it can contribute to a relationship's health
'Rilakkuma and Kaoru': A Delicious Slice-of-Life from Netflix
This animated series about the beauty of a simple life will appeal to children and adults, alike
Diagnosis at 23: How Autism in Girls Looks Different than Boys
Why are women being diagnosed with autism in their twenties and thirties?