Praise For ‘Cinderella Ate My Daughter’

“A must-read for any parent trying to stay sane in a media saturated world.”
—Rachel Simmons, author of Odd Girl Out and The Curse of the Good Girl

“At times this book brings tears to your eyes—tears of frustration with today’s girl-culture and also of relief because somebody finally gets it.”
—Judith Warner, author of Perfect Madness: Motherhood in the Age of Anxiety

“Every mother needs to read this.”
—Ayelet Waldman, author of Bad Mother

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Recent Articles

March, 2014
Beauty Self-Acceptance--At Last
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September, 2013
Call of the Wild
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September 1, 2013
Grieving Traditions Lost In Berkeley Camp Flames
The San Francisco Chronicle

May 15, 2013
Reacting to Angelina Jolie's Breast Cancer News
The New York Times Magazine: "The 6th Floor"

April 25, 2013
Our Feel-Good War On Breast Cancer
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July 15, 2012
They Don't Make Feminists This Outrageous Any More
Slate/DoubleX

June 11, 2012
Too Young for Status Updates
The Los Angeles Times

April 10, 2012
Improved Breast Cancer Detection Needed
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February 15, 2012
Beyond the Komen Controversy
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Selected Articles: 2000 to 2002

 

November 2002
Why Science Must Adapt to Women
A Survivor Assesses the Hidden Costs of Exclusion
Discover Magazine

October 9, 2002
Marketing Hypocrisy and Breast Cancer
Pink Ribbons Make Me See Red
The Los Angeles Times

September 1, 2002
Totally Uncooked
The Heated Debate Over the Raw Food Trend
The New York Times Magazine

May 2002
It’s a Curl Thing
I Went Looking for the Perfect Haircut–and Got a Lesson in Social Change
Self Magazine

April 21, 2002
Mourning My Miscarriage
In Japan, I Find a Culture Willing to Acknowledge My Loss
The New York Times Magazine

February 10, 2002
Staying Clean
Does Drug Rehab Really Work?
The New York Times Magazine

August 5, 2001
A Graphic Life
Artist Phoebe Gloeckner Writes Unsettling Stories About Growing Up Female
The New York Times Magazine

July 1, 2001
Parasites in Prêt-à-Porter
Japan’s Young Women Are Shunning Marriage. Are They Harbingers of a Feminist Revolution?
The New York Times Magazine

April 29, 2001
Bringing Down Baby
No One Knows Whether Day Care Really Makes Kids More Aggressive. But That Hasn’t Stopped Jay Belsky From Telling Mothers to Stay Home
The Los Angeles Times

July 2000
The ‘Perfect Mother’ Trap
An Excerpt From Flux
Redbook Magazine


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