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Sorry, Mindy Kaling Isn’t Going to Tell You Who Her Child’s Father Is
She has her reasons.
Narcissister’s Documentary About Her Pornographic Performance Art and Her Mother
The masked gender provocateur reveals the poignant family story behind her subversive practice.
Jenny Saville’s New Paintings Are About Motherhood and #MeToo
The Gagosian show is part of her imagining her own mythic ancestors, a genealogy for a canon that women are no longer so lonely in.
The Beauty and Banality of Motherhood Stories Onscreen
The best of these stories use a distancing lens to capture the transformative, magical, grinding exhaustion of motherhood.
Mindy Kaling Speaks Out About Her Pregnancy for the First Time
“I have a lot of control over a lot of aspects of my life and this is one where I’m like,
Okay, it’s out of my hands
, which is kind of a fun feeling.”
The Pregnancy Plot: How TV Shows Use Motherhood to Force Characters to Grow Up
It’s been a beloved device for working women on television going back to
Jane the Virgin
’s Radically Frank Depiction of Early Motherhood
Babies have been conspicuously sidelined on TV — until now.
Mila Kunis, Bell, Applegate Making Mom Comedy
From the writers of
’s Missing-Mom Motifs in Last Night’s Episode
Don’s not the only one who snapped because he had an absent mother.