Writer, author of 30-Something and Over It
Kasey Edwards Sadly, the attitude that protecting women's rights is bad for business still exists.
Kasey Edwards There are thousands of men who fantasise about being pregnant.
Kasey Edwards And here's why I don’t want to be.
No kids policies
Kasey Edwards If children are unwelcome in public space, then women are unwelcome also.
Kasey Edwards "I don't want a perfect photo, I want a photo of my perfect child."
Kasey Edwards How many times have you seen girls’ anti-social behavior dismissed as 'girls being girls'?
Kasey Edwards We need to remind our children (and ourselves) that being in a bad relationship is not a better alternative to being single.
Kasey Edwards How our obsession with marriage and procreation being the ultimate in female fulfilment hurts all women.
Kasey Edwards It's a little understood, but surprisingly common condition that afflicts women from all walks of life.
Kasey Edwards And how it sets new mothers up to feel like failures.
Kasey Edwards Why do strangers feel entitled to comment on young girls' food habits?
Kasey Edwards Being a good leader for women is easier said than done.
Kasey Edwards 16-year-old British girl Lottie Twiselton has allegedly been excluded from her school because she’s recovering from anorexia.
Kasey Edwards Especially the 'boner-killing' kind.
The matchmaking trap
Kasey Edwards Think that blind date your friend set you up on had your best interests at heart? Think again.
Kasey Edwards Starting with: knowing when to let go.
Kasey Edwards What happens when you’ve achieved everything you always wanted only to discover you didn't want it at all?
Kasey Edwards "Children, particularly girls, should be allowed to be in charge of their appearance."
Kasey Edwards It's time to banish the assumption that women who opt for a c-section are lazy and self-indulgent.
Ice-breakers for girls
Kasey Edwards What to say to young girls apart from 'you're so pretty'.